- Aging research
- Health services and utilization
- Cardiovascular outcomes
- Conflicts of interest
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Dr. Timothy Anderson is an Instructor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School in the Division of General Medicine Sections of Hospital Medicine and Research at BIDMC. He joined the faculty in 2018 after completing residency and chief residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and a primary care research fellowship and Master of Advanced Studies in Clinical Research degree at the University of California San Francisco.
His principal interest is identifying strategies to improve the quality of care delivered to older adults with cardiovascular conditions and to reduce the delivery of low-value care. His research utilizes clinical, administrative and pharmacy data and advanced observational research methods to improve our understanding of the patterns, predictors, and outcomes of prescribing across care settings. He is the principal investigator on a National Institute of Aging and American College of Cardiology-funded study examining practice patterns and clinical outcomes of intensively treating elevated blood pressures in hospitalized older adults.