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Geoff Barnes, MD, MSc


Associate Professor

Geoff Barnes is a cardiologist, vascular medicine specialist, and health services researcher with expertise in implementation science and the use of electronic health record tools to implement evidence-based medicine and personalize care for patients with thromboembolic conditions. He currently leads several NIH- and AHRQ-funded studies to use EHR-based tools to improve anticoagulation care as well as personalize care decisions for patients with pulmonary embolism.


Engaging Prescriber-Pharmacist Collaboration Through EHR Medication Alerts: A Randomized Trial, Implementation and Evaluation of a DOAC Dashboard for Population Health Management of Anticoagulants, Michigan Anticoagulation Quality Improvement Initiative (MAQI2), Michigan Emergency Department Improvement Collaborative Alternatives to Admission for Pulmonary Embolism: the MEDIC ALERT PE Trial

University Affiliation(s)


Community and Professional Affiliation(s)

American College of Cardiology | American Heart Association | Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra | Anticoagulation Forum | International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis | Society for Vascular Medicine

Research Area(s)

Clinical Outcomes | Health services research | Human-Computer Interaction | Implementation | Learning health sciences | Population Health | Venous Thromboembolic Disease | cardiovascular diseases


  • Co-investigator of: Improving the Quality and Safety of Emergency Department Discharge Practices
  • Co-investigator of: Evaluating the Risk and Determinants of FAilure to REcover (FATE) After Cardiac Surgery
  • Consultant on: De-implementing High-Risk Aspirin Use for Primary Prevention in the Primary Care Setting
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