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Hector P. Rodriguez

Dr. Hector P. Rodriguez, PhD, MPH, is assistant professor of health services at the UCLA School of Public Health. His research focuses on understanding the organizational influences on medical care quality and public health system effectiveness, performance measurement, and patients’ experiences of ambulatory care. His work is widely published in prominent peer-reviewed health services and medical journals.

Dr. Rodriguez received his PhD in Health Policy/Medical Sociology from Harvard University, MPH in Health Policy and Administration from the University of California, Berkeley, and BA in Urban Studies and Planning from the University of California, San Diego.

Project Title: The Influence of Utilization and Care Site Factors on Latino
Patients’ Experiences of Chronic Illness Care

Project Databases:
Pew Hispanic Center’s survey of Hispanics in the United States
 

Recent and Pending Publications:

Rodriguez HP, von Glahn T, Elliott MN, Rogers WH, Safran DG. The effect of performance-based financial incentives on improving patient care experiences:  A statewide evaluation. J Gen Intern Med. 2009; 24(12): 1281-1288.

Rodriguez HP, Chen J, Rodriguez MA. (2010). "A national study of problematic care experiences among Latinos with diabetes."  Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 21(4): 1152-1168.

Rodriguez HP, Laugesen MJ, Watts CA.  A randomized experiment of issue framing and voter support of tax increases for health insurance expansion. Health Policy. 2010 (In Press)

hrod@ucla.edu

 




Support for this program was provided by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation ® Princeton, New Jersey