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James Rohrer

Contributing Faculty

College of Health Sciences and Public Policy

Degree Program Ph.D. Public Health

PhD from University of Michigan School of Public Health in Health Services Organization and Policy. Professor in the University of Iowa Department of Preventive Medicine, Texas Tech Medical School and Mayo Medical School.


Rohrer, J. E. (2017). A Practice Innovations Decision Model. Health services research and managerial epidemiology.

Rohrer, J. E., Angstman, K. B., Furst, J. W. (2010). Early return visits by primary care patients: a retail nurse-practitioner clinic versus a medical office walk-in clinic. Primary Health Care Research \& Development.

Rohrer, J. E. (2013). Managerial epidemiology.

Rohrer, J. E., Yapuncich, K. M., Adamson, S. C., Angstman, K. B. (2008). Do retail clinics increase early return visits for pediatric patients?. The Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine.

Rohrer, J. E., Garrison, G. M., Angstman, K. B. (2012). Early return visits by pediatric primary care patients with otitis media: a retail nurse practitioner clinic versus standard medical office care. Quality Management in Healthcare.

Rohrer, J. E., Garrison, G., Oberhelman, S. A., Meunier, M. R. (2013). Epidemiology of polypharmacy among family medicine patients at hospital discharge. Journal of primary care \& community health.

Angstman, K. B., Rohrer, J. E., Adamson, S. C., Chaudhry, R. (2009). Impact of e-consults on return visits of primary care patients. The health care manager.

Strauch, J., Rohrer, J. E., Refaat, A. (2016). Increased hospital documentation requirements may not increase breastfeeding among first-time mothers. Journal of evaluation in clinical practice.

Rohrer, J. E., Pierce, Jr, J. R., Blackburn, C. (2005). Lifestyle and mental health. Preventive medicine.

Rohrer, J. E. (1999). Planning for community-oriented health systems.

Rohrer, J. E. (2016). A Strange Silence From Health Services Researchers About the Wars in the Middle East.

Rohrer, J. E. (2013). Theory and the fallacy of misplaced concreteness.