Nathan Shippee, PhD

Assistant Professor, Division of Health Policy and Management

Nathan Shippee

Contact Info

nshippee@umn.edu

Office Phone 612-624-3579

Office Address:
D375 Mayo

Mailing Address:
420 Delaware St SE
MMC 729 Mayo
Minneapolis, MN 55455

PhD, Sociology, Purdue University, 2008

MS, Sociology, Purdue University, 2005

BA, Sociology, Minnesota State University Moorhead, 2003

Summary

My primary research focus is patient complexity in chronic disease management. This focus entails understanding how the intersection of social, medical, and mental/behavioral health factors have an impact on patient outcomes. In practice, my interest is studying how health care can better integrate services to meet patients' complex needs. This work is motivated and informed by my Cumulative Complexity Model, a framework for conceptualizing, measuring, and addressing patient complexity. 

Expertise

Patient complexity; chronic disease management; mental health; disparities and barriers to care; diabetes; depression; quality of care; practice-based studies/real-world evaluation; publicly insured and low-income (Medicare and Medicaid) populations

Research

Research Funding Grants

  • 2017-ongoing, Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation, "Understanding the Dallas IEP intervention," Principal Investigator
  • 2017-ongoing, Robina Foundation/Allina Health, "LifeCourse supplement," Principal Investigator
  • 2015-2016, Commonwealth Fund, "Assessing the Impact of Hennepin Health," Principal Investigator
  • 2016-ongoing, Minnesota Department of Health/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, "Estimating Cancer Care Costs by Geography, Demography, and Patterns of Care in Insured Minnesotans," Co-Investigator
  • 2015-ongoing, Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services, "Research Data Assistance Center (RESDAC)," Co-Investigator

Publications

See all publications on Google Scholar

Select Publications

  • Shippee ND, Shippee TP, Mobley PD, Fernstrom KM, Britt HR. "Effect of a Whole-Person Model of Care on Patient Experience in Patients With Complex Chronic Illness in Late Life," American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, Jan 2017
  • Garcia-Huidobro D, Shippee N, Joseph-DiCaprio J, O'Brien JM, Svetaz MV. "Effect of Patient-Centered Medical Home on Preventive Services for Adolescents and Young Adults," Pediatrics, June 2016
  • Shippee ND, Domecq Garces JP, Prutsky Lopez GJ, Wang Z, Elraiyah TA, Nabhan M, et al. "Patient and service user engagement in research: a systematic review and synthesized framework," Health Expectations. 2015;18(5):1151-66.
  • Shippee ND, Shah ND, Angstman KB, DeJesus RS, Wilkinson JM, Bruce SM, et al. "Impact of collaborative care for depression on clinical, functional, and work outcomes: a practice-based evaluation," The Journal of Ambulatory Care Management. 2013;36(1):13-23.
  • Shippee ND, Shah ND, May CR, Mair FS, Montori VM. "Cumulative complexity: a functional, patient-centered model of patient complexity can improve research and practice," Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 2012;65(10):1041-51.

Teaching

Courses

  • PubH 6806, Principals of Public Health Research
  • PubH 6864, Conducting Health Outcomes Research

Community Engagement

I am the Director of Outreach for the Research Data Assistance Center (RESDAC), which helps researchers and others use Medicare and Medicaid-related data to answer research and policy questions. I am also the Director of the Minnesota Health Services Research Conference. In my research, I have partnered with many providers and health systems in the local community and elsewhere, as well as community groups including A Partnership of Diabetics, a local peer group with English-, Spanish-, and Somali-speaking groups.

Media

In The News

SPH News

In the Media

  • Hennepin Health's outreach efforts improve health while saving money. Star Tribune
  • How Hennepin Health Created a Different Way to Care for People. AJMC
  • Transportation, day-care problems can lead insured poor to ER for routine care. MinnPost
  • Health beat: Insurance alone might not cut ER trips. Star Tribune