Pratt Diagnostic Center (Concierge Primary Care)

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Harry P. Selker, MD, MSPH


Programs + Specialties
Training + Education Brown University School of Medicine; Boston City Hospital; Boston University Medical Center; UCLA Cedars Sinai Medical Center; UCLA School of Medicine
Board Certifications Internal Medicine
NPI # 1235240995
Gender Male

Locations + Directions

Pratt Diagnostic Center
Proger Building, 1st Floor
800 Washington St.
Box 327
Boston, MA 02111
Fax #: 617-636-3080
Phone #: 617-636-7695


Harry P. Selker, MD, MSPH is Executive Director for the Institute for Clinical Research and Health Policy Studies, Chief of the Division of Clinical Care Research and Director of the Center for Cardiovascular Health Services Research at Tufts Medical Center. He is also Professor of Medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine and Director of its Graduate Program in Clinical Research at the Tufts Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences. His clinical practice is in the Pratt Diagnostic Center at Tufts Medical Center.

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Harry Selker, MD, a researcher at Tufts Medical Center in Boston.

Tufts MC and John Hopkins win $25 million NIH award to build new trial innovation center.

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Hannah Lee, MD and a co-worker in gastroenterology reviewing a patient chart at Tufts Medical Center in Boston.

New research from Tufts MC: Quality measures may not correlate with quality care.

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Harry Selker, MD, a researcher at Tufts Medical Center in Boston.

Tufts Medical Center Approved for a Funding Award by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute

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Harry Selker, MD, a researcher at Tufts Medical Center in Boston.

Tufts CTSI receives $24 million NIH Clinical and Translational Science Award.

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Research Focus

In his research, Dr. Selker studies the factors that affect clinical care and its outcomes, and develops treatment strategies, decision aids, and computer-based systems for improving care. He is known for a series of studies of the factors influencing emergency cardiac care, including clinical, socioeconomic and gender issues, and is particularly known for the development of cardiac "clinical predictive instruments." These decision aids provide emergency physicians with predictions of their patients' key outcomes for real-time use in clinical care. Two of these, the ACI-TIPI (acute cardiac ischemia time-insensitive predictive instrument) and TPI (thrombolytic predictive instrument), are in electrocardiographs in use world-wide.

Dr. Selker also is known for the development of information systems that provide the results of the ACI-TIPI and TPI as feedback to improve clinical care. In addition, Dr. Selker's research includes work on fundamental issues of clinical study design, data analysis, combination of clinical data, and computer-based mathematical models that predict clinical outcomes.

Dr. Selker is also an active teacher and mentor of clinical researchers. His was the first of its kind PhD graduate program in clinical research in a biomedical graduate school, and he has been involved nationally in the promotion of clinical research and clinical research training. He holds leadership roles in professional and scientific societies and serves on a variety of governmental and organizational committees and panels.