John Lloyd Adams, PhD
- Education and Training
BS, University of Minnesota
MS, University of Minnesota
PhD, University of Minnesota
Dr. John Lloyd Adams brings an understanding of statistics and how they can provide insights in medical data to Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine. Dr. Adams has previously instructed on statistics as well as data collection, analysis, and presentation; in addition, he has served as a referee for various journals related to statistics and medical care. His work links economic and social issues to population health, allowing the quality of health care to be measured and quantified within different circumstances and populations.
- Prior Positions (selected)
- 1990-2012Senior StatisticianRAND1993-2000Head, Statistical Consulting ServiceRAND Statistics Group1994-1997Adjunct Assistant ProfessorUniversity of Southern California School of Business2012-2017Principal Senior StatisticianKaiser Permanente Center for Effectiveness and Safety Research2016-2017Senior DirectorCenter for Effectiveness and Safety Analytics
- Honors and Awards (selected)
- 1980Tau Beta PiEngineering Honor Society, University of Minnesota1980Sigma Pi SigmaPhysics Honor Society, University of Minnesota2003Article of the Year AwardAcademy Health2007FellowAmerican Statistical Association2008Article of the Year in Health Services ResearchEisenberg Award
- Publications (selected)
Peer-reviewed research manuscripts
Paddock SM, Adams JL, Hoces de la Guardia F. Better-than-average and worse-than-average hospitals may not significantly differ from average hospitals: an analysis of Medicare Hospital Compare ratings. BMJ Qual Saf. 2015 Feb;24(2):128-34.
Weech-Maldonado R, Elliott MN, Adams JL, Haviland AM, Klein DJ, Hambarsoomian K, Edwards C, Dembosky JW, Gaillot S. Do Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Quality and Patient Experience within Medicare Plans Generalize across Measures and Racial/Ethnic Groups? Health Serv Res. 2015 Mar 11. [Epub ahead of print]
Pollack CE, Rastegar A, Keating NL, Adams JL, Pisu M, Kahn KL. Is Self-Referral Associated with Higher Quality Care? Health Serv Res. 2015 Mar 11. [Epub ahead of print]
Anstey MH, Adams JL, McGlynn EA. Perceptions of the appropriateness of care in California adult intensive care units. Crit Care. 2015 Feb 25;19(1):51.
Adams JL, Paddock SM. Misclassification Risk of Tier-Based Physician Quality Performance Systems. Health Serv Res 2016. doi:10.1111/1475-6773.12561