William D. Corser
William D. Corser received a Ph.D. degree in nursing from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wis, USA, in 2000 with a secondary concentration in population health. Prior to coming to Michigan State University, he practiced as a staff nurse, a nurse manager, and a nurse administrator. He is a health services researcher who has specialized in the design and outcomes testing of self/shared management interventions for chronically ill and comorbid primary care adults attempting to navigate contemporary U.S. healthcare delivery systems. His current work uses consolidated year Medical Expenditure Panel Survey files from the AHRQ to investigate the healthcare service use patterns of heavily comorbid adults with diabetes. He has completed a series of funded quantitative and qualitative research projects using chart audit and patient interview data regarding patients’ perspectives of providers and systems and use of healthcare services.
Biography Updated on 9 January 2011