Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute
United States of America
Dr. Sakai-Bizmark utilizes large administrative databases to focus on health services research. Her research includes evaluating the effectiveness and efficacy of various health interventions, including policy reforms and universal screenings, especially in the field of pediatric cardiology. Dr. Sakai-Bizmark has a strong background in biostatistics and econometrics, which she has easily integrated with her past clinical experience as a pediatrician. Currently, she is scrutinizing methodologies for implementation science, first approaching how implementation activities apply to health screenings for newborn infants. Dr. Rie Sakai-Bizmark is one of the core members of Center for Health Services and Outcomes Research at the Department of Pediatrics.
Health policy, Resource Allocation,pediatric cardiology,biostatistics and econometrics
Correlation Between Pediatrician Supply and Public Health in Japan as Evidenced by Vaccination Coverage in 2010: Secondary Data Analysis. Journal of Epidemiology. 2015.
The Impact of Pediatrician Supply on Child Health Outcomes: Longitudinal Evidence from Japan. Health Serv Res. 2015.
Impact of AHA's 2007 Guideline Change on Incidence of Infective Endocarditis in Infants and Children. American Heart Journal. in press