Stephen Asche, MA, is a Senior Research Investigator and Statistician at HealthPartners Institute, and member of the Research Methodology Group. He earned his MA in Quantitative Methods, Educational Psychology at the University of Minnesota. His focus areas include the design and analysis of cluster-randomized trials, evaluation of clinical decision support interventions, patient-reported outcome measures, multilevel models, and structural equation modeling.
Conducting Institute research since 2003.
Education and training:
MA, quantitative methods, educational psychology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Other offices held:
Senior Research Investigator and Statistician, Research Methodology Group
Cluster-randomized trials, pragmatic trials, structural equation modeling, mediation analysis, clinical decision support, simulated physician learning, patient reported outcome measures
Current research activities and funding:
- PROMOTE – study of patient-reported outcomes in orthopedics – Funded by AHRQ, Solberg – PI
- EHR-Based Clinical Decision Support to Improve BP Management in Adolescents (Peds and TeenBP)
- GluCoCare: Comparing Fingerstick Blood Glucose Monitoring versus Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Primary Care