Assistant Professor Joseph Dieleman will give the talk “Adjusting for comorbidities in disease expenditure studies: An application to United States national inpatient data,” part of a roundtable discussion on current techniques in public health data analysis at the American Public Health Association’s Annual Meeting & Exposition. He will then present on “Quantifying the burden of disease and the expenditure associated with behavioral, physiological, and occupational risk factors” for a session on economic impact and return on investment in public health.

Finally, for a session on emerging methods in applied public health statistics, Dr. Dieleman will speak on “Assessing US health expenditure and its increases, 1996-2012.”