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Devraj Sukul

Assistant Professor
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
Medicine

MD, Case Western Reserve University
MSc, Health and Healthcare Research, University of Michigan
BS, Biology, Case Western Reserve University

Dr. Sukul is an interventional cardiologist and health services researcher broadly focused on using quantitative methods to understand how health care policies, health systems, practice variation, and novel technologies affect cardiovascular quality, costs, and outcomes. As associate director of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Cardiovascular Consortium (BMC2), a statewide cardiovascular procedural quality improvement consortium, Dr. Sukul is also interested in improving care quality and outcomes for patients in Michigan undergoing cardiovascular procedures like percutaneous coronary intervention and transcatheter aortic valve replacement. He is also interested in research related to quality measurement, hospital/physician profiling, and health care disparities.


Projects:

CYP2C19 genetic testing for P2Y12 inhibitor use

University Affiliation(s)

IHPI

Research Area(s)

Clinical care | Health outcomes | Health services research

Grants

  • Co-investigator of: The effects of bundled payment on acute cardiovascular outcomes among older adults-Renewal-Resubmission
  • Principal investigator of: Home-based cardiac rehabilitation using a novel mobile health exercise regimen following transcatheter heart valve interventions (HOME RUN HITTER)
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