Kurt Kroenke, MD, MACP, is Chancellor’s Professor of Medicine at Indiana University and a Research Scientist in the Regenstrief Institute. Dr. Kroenke is a past President of the Society of General Internal Medicine and a past President of the Association for Clinical Research Training. His research focuses on physical and psychological symptoms in medical patients including pain, depression, anxiety and somatization. He has conducted more than a dozen clinical trials funded by the VA, NIH, PCORI, and other sponsors to improve the care of patients with common symptoms. These trials have used collaborative care models and more recently telecare interventions. He has also developed the PHQ-9 depression scale, GAD-7 anxiety scale, PEG pain scale, P4 suicidality screener, and other brief measures.