Daniel Lage is a fellow in hematology/oncology at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. He completed undergraduate studies at Harvard College, graduate study in policy and management at the University of Oxford, and received his MD from Harvard Medical School. He is interested in using patient-centered outcomes and health services research methods to improve the quality of care received by older patients with advanced cancer, and is particularly focused on improving transitions of care post-hospital discharge and studying post-acute care and hospice use.
Research interests: Geriatric oncology, Transitions of Care, End of Life Care, Health Services Research.
Lage DE, Nipp RD, D’Arpino S et al. Post-discharge transitions of care for hospitalized patients with advanced cancer. J Clin Oncol. 2017 May;35(15 Supplement), 6504-6504.
Lage DE, Rusinak D, Carr D, Grabowski DC, Ackerly DC. Creating a network of high-quality skilled nursing facilities: preliminary data on the post acute care quality improvement experiences of an accountable care organization. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2015 Apr;63(4):804-8.
Lage DE. 'From the blossom of health, to the paleness of death': Transforming Aging, Illness, and Caregiving at the Boston Home for Aged Men, 1919-2003." Undergraduate Honors Thesis. Harvard University, 2011.