Zach Predmore is an associate policy researcher at the RAND Corporation. His research focuses on assessing the value of health care services, including new technologies, medications, and health system improvements. He has worked across a variety of clinical areas, including gastroenterology, psychiatry, and infectious disease, with an emphasis on health care services for people with HIV/AIDS. He is a mixed-methods researcher and has authored more than 30 peer-reviewed articles and reports.
He earned his Ph.D. in health policy and management from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Predmore Z, Doby B, Bozzi DG, Durand C, Segev D, Sugarman J, Tobian AAR, Wu AW, "Barriers experienced by organ procurement organizations in implementing the HOPE act and HIV-positive organ donation," AIDS Care (forthcoming)
Faherty LJ, Master BK, Steiner ED, Kaufman JH, Predmore Z, Stelitano L, Leschitz JT, Phillips B, Schwartz HL, Wolfe R, COVID-19 Testing in K-12 Schools: Insights from Early Adopters, RAND Corporation (RR-A1103-1), 2021
Predmore Z, Hatef E, Weiner JP, "Integrating Social Determinants into Health Care Analytics: A Conceptual Framework and Suggested Road Map. ," Population Health Management, 2019
Predmore Z, "Cost-Effectiveness Analysis and Geographic Variation in Health Care Costs in the United States.," Medical Decision Making, 39(1), 2019
Yin LX, Padula WV, Gadkaree S, Motz K, Rahman S, Predmore Z, Gelbard A, Hillel AT, "Healthcare costs and cost-effectiveness of laryngotracheal stenosis," Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, 160(4), 2019
Predmore Z, Nie X, Main R, Mattke S, Liu H, "Anesthesia Service Use during Outpatient Gastroenterology Procedures Continued to Increase from 2010 to 2013 and Potentially Discretionary Spending Remained High," American Journal of Gastroenterology, 112(2), 2017
Predmore Z, Ramchand R, Ayer L, Kotzias V, Engel C, Ebener P, Kemp JE, Karras E, Haas GL, "Expanding Suicide Crisis Services to Text and Chat: Responders Perspectives of the Differences Between Communication Modalities," Crisis, 38(4), 2017