Susan Elizabeth Spratt, MD

Associate Professor of Medicine
Assistant Professor in the Department of Community and Family Medicine
Campus mail Duke Box 3311, Duke Univesity Medical Center, Durham, NC 27710
Phone (919) 668-5360
Email address susan.spratt@duke.edu

Education and Training

  • Medical Resident, Medicine, Children's Hospital Boston, 1995 - 1998
  • M.D., Harvard University , 1995

Publications

Brelsford, KM, Spratt, SE, and Beskow, LM. "Research use of electronic health records: patients' perspectives on contact by researchers." Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : Jamia (July 6, 2018).

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29986107
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Wu, L-T, Ghitza, UE, Zhu, H, Spratt, S, Swartz, M, and Mannelli, P. "Substance use disorders and medical comorbidities among high-need, high-risk patients with diabetes." Drug and Alcohol Dependence 186 (May 2018): 86-93.

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29554592
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Van Houtven, CH, Greiner, MA, Heidenfelder, B, Spratt, SE, Granger, BB, Dunham, AA, Qualls, LG, and Curtis, LH. "Medicare utilization, screening, and costs among participants in the Southeastern Diabetes Initiative: A population-based evaluation." Primary care diabetes 12, no. 2 (April 2018): 172-183.

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29102500
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Setji, T, Hopkins, TJ, Jimenez, M, Manning, E, Shaughnessy, M, Schroeder, R, Mendoza-Lattes, S, Spratt, S, Westover, J, and Aronson, S. "Rationalization, Development, and Implementation of a Preoperative Diabetes Optimization Program Designed to Improve Perioperative Outcomes and Reduce Cost." Diabetes Spectrum : a Publication of the American Diabetes Association 30, no. 3 (August 2017): 217-223.

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28848317
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Spratt, SE, Pereira, K, Granger, BB, Batch, BC, Phelan, M, Pencina, M, Miranda, ML, Boulware, E, Lucas, JE, Nelson, CL, Neely, B, Goldstein, BA, Barth, P, Richesson, RL, Riley, IL, Corsino, L, McPeek Hinz, ER, Rusincovitch, S, Green, J, Barton, AB, DDC Phenotype Group, , Kelley, C, Hyland, K, Tang, M, Elliott, A, Ruel, E, Clark, A, Mabrey, M, Morrissey, KL, Rao, J, Hong, B, Pierre-Louis, M, Kelly, K, and Jelesoff, N. "Assessing electronic health record phenotypes against gold-standard diagnostic criteria for diabetes mellitus." Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : Jamia 24, no. e1 (April 2017): e121-e128.

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27616701
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Spratt, SE, Pereira, K, Granger, BB, Batch, BC, Phelan, M, Pencina, MJ, Miranda, ML, Boulware, LE, Lucas, JE, Nelson, CL, Neely, B, Goldstein, BA, Barth, P, Richesson, RL, Riley, IL, Corsino, L, Hinz, ERM, Rusincovitch, SA, Green, J, Barton, AB, Kelley, C, Hyland, K, Tang, M, Elliott, A, Ruel, E, Clark, A, Mabrey, M, Morrissey, KL, Rao, J, Hong, B, Pierre-Louis, M, Kelly, K, and Jelesoff, N. "Assessing electronic health record phenotypes against gold-standard diagnostic criteria for diabetes mellitus." JAMIA 24 (2017): e121-e128.

Scholars@Duke

Wu, L-T, Brady, KT, Spratt, SE, Dunham, AA, Heidenfelder, B, Batch, BC, Lindblad, R, VanVeldhuisen, P, Rusincovitch, SA, Killeen, TK, and Ghitza, UE. "Using electronic health record data for substance use Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment among adults with type 2 diabetes: Design of a National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network study." Contemporary clinical trials 46 (January 2016): 30-38.

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26563446
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Kelly, K, Grau-Sepulveda, MV, Goldstein, BA, Spratt, SE, Wolfley, A, Hatfield, V, Murphy, M, Jones, E, and Granger, BB. "The agreement of patient-reported versus observed medication adherence in type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM)." BMJ open diabetes research & care 4, no. 1 (January 2016): e000182-.

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27403322
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Spratt, SE, Feinglos, MN, and Willis, JM. "Barriers to care for patients with diabetes in Durham, North Carolina, why are we withholding life-sustaining medications from the patients who need them the most?." Expert Review of Endocrinology & Metabolism 10, no. 5 (September 3, 2015): 459-461.

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Spratt, SE, Batch, BC, Davis, LP, Dunham, AA, Easterling, M, Feinglos, MN, Granger, BB, Harris, G, Lyn, MJ, Maxson, PJ, Shah, BR, Strauss, B, Thomas, T, Califf, RM, and Miranda, ML. "Methods and initial findings from the Durham Diabetes Coalition: Integrating geospatial health technology and community interventions to reduce death and disability." Journal of Clinical & Translational Endocrinology 2, no. 1 (March 2015): 26-36.

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29159106
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