Amir Qaseem

Dr. Qaseem is trained as a physician, health economist, methodologist, clinical epidemiologist, business administrator, and a leader. He is responsible for leading the American College of Physicians' evidence-based medicine and clinical practice guidelines program, oldest program in the United States, including writing of the clinical guidelines, and overseeing the College’s Clinical Guidelines Committee. Dr. Qaseem also leads ACP's performance measurement program and is responsible for ACP’s Performance Measurement Committee. He directs ACP’s high value care Initiative evaluating and publishing the benefits, harms, and costs of various overused, misused, and underused diagnostic tests and therapeutic interventions. Dr. Qaseem’s work includes development and implementation of ACP’s quality improvement and educational programs. Dr. Qaseem’s is also involved in clinical care and research addressing priority populations, including multiple chronic conditions, end of life care, elderly, and women, in addition to addressing determinants of health.

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