Methods Core Director, Center for Mental Health and Outcomes Research, Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System
Co-Investigator, Behavioral Health QUERI, North Little Rock Site.
Health Economist, Evidence, Policy, and Implementation Center, North Little Rock Site.
VA E-mail: email@example.com
Rebecca Raciborski, Ph.D., is a health economist interested in the application of economic analysis to mental health services and implementation research. Dr. Raciborski specializes in applying econometric methods for causal inference to observational data and is passionate about teaching best practices for study design and data analysis and about developing effective methods for communicating statistical results with policymakers. Currently, she is Site PI for a project comparing the cost and efficacy of suicide safety plans developed in a group setting (VA CSR&D Merit, I01 CX001705-01A1) and site lead for a project examining outcomes for patients assigned different medications for opioid use disorder (NIDA, CTN-0142). In addition to her PI work, she is also working as a Co-I on a cost-effectiveness analysis of pharmacogenetic testing for depression treatment and budget impact analyses of interventions ranging from non-opioid pain therapies to suicide prevention outreach following an emergency department encounter. Dr. Raciborski also has extensive experience with survey design, survey analysis, and patient-reported outcomes in registry data and electronic medical record samples.
Research Interests: Evaluation of suicide prevention interventions, Quality of mental health care (especially emergency mental health services), Access to and effectiveness of treatment for opioid use disorder
Current Publications (2017-2020)