Thomas E Love PhD
- Cebul RD Love TE Jain AK Hebert CJ Electronic Health Records and Quality of Diabetes Care. New England Journal of Medicine 2011, 365, 825-833.
- Love TE Cebul RD Einstadter D Jain AK Miller H Harris CM Greco PJ Husak SS Dawson NV Electronic medical record-assisted design of a cluster-randomized trial to improve diabetes care and outcomes. J Gen Internal Med 2008, 23: 383-391.
- Kaelber DC FosterW Gilder J Love TE Jain AK Patient characteristics associated with Venous Thromboembolic Events (VTEs) - A Cohort Study using Pooled Electronic Health Record (EHR) Data. J of the American Medical Informatics Association 2012, 19: 965-972.
- Love TE Hildebrand DK Statistics education and the Making Statistics More Effective in Schools and Business (MSMESB) conferences. The Amer Statistician 2002, 56: 107-112.
- Litaker D Love TE Health care resource allocation and individuals’ health care needs: Examining the degree of fit. Health Policy 2005, 73: 183-193.
Thomas E. Love, Ph.D. is a Fellow of the American Statistical Association and has wide experience with applying and teaching statistical methods. As Director of the Biostatistics and Evaluation Unit at Case Western Reserve University’s Center for Health Care Research and Policy, he has developed multivariate statistical models across many federally funded projects and over 100 published articles. Since its inception, he has directed the Data Center for Better Health Partnership, a collaborative of primary care providers, hospitals, health systems, and those who pay for and receive care in Northeast Ohio providing transparent information on care and outcomes for over 190,000 adults living with chronic disease. Dr. Love has led courses at clinical and statistical meetings on propensity score methods, cluster randomized trials and related topics in causal effects, for which he has won numerous teaching awards, including from Case Western Reserve University and from the Society for Medical Decision Making, and has given multiple workshops for the American Statistical Association. He is a past Chair of the Health Policy Section of ASA, and of the International Conference on Health Policy Statistics. He is an Associate Editor of The American Statistician, and has served as Editor of Health Services Research & Outcomes Methodology, and as chair of a NIH special emphasis panel on statistical methods.