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Daniel Richardson

Assistant Professor, Medicine-Hematology, UNC-Chapel Hill


Assistant Professor, Medicine-Hematology, UNC-Chapel Hill

Daniel Richardson is a leukemia physician and health services researcher focused on improving patient-centered care delivery. He has conducted formative methods research into the use of conjoint analyses to capture the preferences of patients for treatment outcomes and is in the process of adapting instruments to inform clinical decisions at the point of care. He is also involved with population and database studies to analyze patient-centered outcomes. He collaborates with multiple other members of the Cancer Outcomes Research Program, including Bill Wood, Ashley Bryant, Jenny Lund, Katie Reeder-Hayes, Ethan Basch and Stephanie Wheeler. In his spare time he enjoys being outside with his family and discussing philosophy.

Quality of Cancer Care Delivery

Comparative Effectiveness Research

Decision Sciences and Economics

Patient-Reported Outcomes