George Reigeluth, PhD

Adjunct Professor, Medicine and Public Health (Affiliate)

Research Overview

(1) Changing provider attitudes, behavior and clinical practices to improve safety, quality and thus reduce costs of healthcare delivery; developing and implementing standards for the use of comprehensive patient data and related data from medical journals, and for the use of computing technologies to combine patient with relevant data from the medical literature to provide individualized guidance options for care; whole individual care; new models of care to promote behavior change to encourage individuals to become more involved in their care – especially for underserved families;
(2) Use of mobile phone accessible, AI-driven, evidence-based individualized healthcare delivery systems to improve care access, safety and quality, and thus reduce healthcare costs; further develop and apply new collaborative, continuous care model with above AI-driven individualized healthcare delivery system with virtual health coach to promote greater involvement of individuals in their care; whole person care projects;
(3) Developed and implemented models to measure unmet needs, size of patient populations, new medications for specific diseases; developed and implemented the above non-linear, AI-driven, evidence-based individualized healthcare delivery system; applied this system and the above collaborative, continuous care model to improve engagement of individuals with chronic diseases and thus improve safety, quality and cost outcomes.


1981, PhD Health Planning & Policy, Johns Hopkins University;

1973, MA International Economic Development, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies;

1971, BA Political Science, Williams College

Featured Publications

My most recent research work has been done for private companies and is proprietary to these projects.

Contact Information
Mailing AddressSchool of Medicine and Public Health
University of Connecticut
8 Park Place
Hartford, CT 06106