Greenville Health System – Research Director
University of South Carolina, School of Medicine Greenville – Research Mentor
Matthew Hudson, PhD, MPH, serves as the Director of Comparative Effectiveness Research and Cancer Care Delivery Research (CCDR) at Greenville Health System in South Carolina. He oversees initiatives examining how social factors, financing systems, organizational structures, health technologies, and provider and individual behavior affect cancer care quality, cost, and access. He co-chaired the National Cancer Institute’s Community Oncology Research Program’s CCDR Coordinating Committee that facilitated research collaborations between community oncology research sites. Hudson also advises the Greenville Health System Health Sciences Center (HSC), a regional collaborative that facilitates clinical-academic partnerships. Through the HSC, he contributes to scholarship on patient-centered models of care, healthcare workforce education and development, and comparative effectiveness of interventions improving healthcare access and population health. He is also a member of Greenville Health System’s Patient Engagement Studio. He is a co-investigator on a Pipeline to Proposal project, "Engaging Patients in Diabetes-Focused Research to Improve Access, Self-Management, and Service Delivery," in which he teaches patient partners how to develop a research question and assists in patient-centered prioritization of their research questions. He holds faculty appointments at Clemson University, the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville, and the Arnold School of Public Health, University of South Carolina.
Involvement with PCORI
Pipeline to Proposal: Engaging Patients in Diabetes-Focused Research to Improve Access, Self-Management, and Service Delivery – Co-Investigator
PCORI Merit Reviewer
Advisory Panel on Patient Engagement