Sabrina Casucci

PhD

Sabrina Casucci

PhD

Sabrina Casucci

PhD

Research Topics

Health information technology, health systems, process modeling and improvement, and production systems

Contact Information

414 Bell Hall

Buffalo NY, 14260

Phone: (716) 645-3471

scasucci@buffalo.edu

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Published and Accepted Journal Articles

  • Sullivan, S. S., Mistretta, F., Casucci, S., & Hewner, S. (In Press). Integrating social context into comprehensive shared care plans: A scoping review. Nursing Outlook.
  • Hewner, S., Casucci, S., Sullivan, S., Mistretta, F., Xue, Y., Johnson, B., ... & Fox, C. (2017). Integrating Social Determinants of Health into Primary Care Clinical and Informational Workflow during Care Transitions. eGEMS (Generating Evidence & Methods to Improve Patient Outcomes), 5(2).
  • Hewner, S., Casucci, S., & Castner, J. (2016). The Roles of Chronic Disease Complexity, Health System Integration, and Care Management in Post‐Discharge Healthcare Utilization in a Low‐Income Population. Research in Nursing & Health,39(4), 215-228.
  • McGeorge, N., Hegde, S., Berg, R. L., Guarrera-Schick, T. K., LaVergne, D. T., Casucci, S. N., ... & Benda, N. C. (2015). Assessment of Innovative Emergency Department Information Displays in a Clinical Simulation Center. Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making9(4), 329-346.

Journal Articles Under Review

  • Somayaji, D., Chang, Y-P., Casucci, S., Hewner, S. (ND). Exploring Medicaid claims-data to understand the role of healthcare information and utilization in low income lung cancer survivors: A feasibility study. Under preliminary review for inclusion in a special issue on Coordination of Chronic Care in Translational Behavioral Medicine
  • Casucci, S., Lin, L., Hewner, S, Nikolaev, A. (2017). Estimating the causal effects of chronic disease combinations on 30-day hospital readmissions based on observational Medicaid data. Manuscript submitted for publication.
  • Casucci, S., Lin, L., Nikolaev, A. (2016). Modeling the impact of care transition programs on patient outcomes and 30 day hospital readmissions. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Refereed Conference Proceedings and Published Abstracts

  • LaVergne, D., Casucci, S., McGeorge, N., Guarrera-Schick, T., Clark, L., Hettinger, Z., ... & Bisantz, A. (2017). Development and Description of a Synthetic, High-Fidelity, Emergency Department Patient Dataset for the Evaluation of Healthcare IT Products. In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care, 6(1), 75-78.  
  • Waller, W., Cardinal, C., Casucci, S., Hewner, S. (2016). Exploring barriers to care continuity during transitions. Abstract and poster in SUNY Undergraduate Research Conference, Annual Conference Proceedings, Cobleskill, NY.
  • Casucci, S., Lin, L., Nikolaev, A. Stochastic modeling and development of a decision support tool to facilitate transitional care decision making. (2012). Abstract in Proceedings of the 34th Annual Meeting of the Society for Medical Decision Making, Society for Medical Decision Making 2012 Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Casucci, S., Hoeh, J., Jensen, C. (1997). Integrated metrology process for use in collaborative design and manufacturing. In CIRP 1997 International Design Seminar Proceedings: Multimedia Technologies for Collaborative Design and Manufacturing, pp. 286-291, Los Angeles, CA.

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