Harold Pincus, MD
Dr. Pincus' research has focused on the practice of evidence-based medicine, quality improvement and the relationships among general medicine, mental health, and substance abuse, developing and empirically testing models of those relationships. He is the National Director of the Health and Aging Policy Fellows Program (Atlantic Philanthropies), of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation National Program on Depression in Primary Care: Linking Clinical and Systems Strategies, and of John A. Hartford Foundation's national program on Building Interdisciplinary Geriatric Research Centers.
- Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University
- Co-Director, Irving Institute for Clinical and Translational Research, Columbia University
- Director of Quality & Outcomes Research, New York Presbyterian Hospital
- Senior Scientist, RAND Corporation
- BA, 1972, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, Sociology
- MD, 1975, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, Medicine
- Harding K, Rush AJ, Arbuckle M, Trivedi M, Pincus HA. Measurement-based care in psychiatric practice: a policy framework for implementation. J Clin Psychiatry. (in press).
- Pardes H, Pincus HA. Models of academic-clinical partnerships: good, better, best. Acad Med.. 2010; 85(8):1264-5.
- Pincus HA. Challenges and pathways for clinical and translational research: why is this research different from all other research? Acad Med. 2009;84(4):411-2.
- Bremer RW, Hudson Scholle S, Keyser D, Knox Houtsinger JV, Pincus HA. Pay for performance in behavioral health. Psychiatr Serv. 2008; 59 (12):1419-29.
- Keyser DJ, Lakoski JM, Lara-Cinisomo S, Schultz DJ, Williams VL, Zellers DF, Pincus HA. Advancing institutional efforts to support research mentorship: a conceptual framework and self-assessment tool. Acad Med. 2008; 83(3):217-25.
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