Stanford Children’s Health Value: Quality, Safety, Service, & Improvement
Academic Accomplishments 2019

Publications 2019 [100]
  1. Donnelly LF, Palangyo T, Bargmann-Losche J, Rogers K, Wood M, Shin AY. Creating a Defined Process to Improve the Timeliness of Serious Safety Event Determination and Root Cause Analysis. Pediatric Quality & Safety 2019;5:e200
  2. Donnelly LF, Grzeszczuk R, Guimaraes GV, Zhang W, Bisset GS III. Using a natural Language Processing and Machine Learning Algorithm Program to Analyze Radiologists’ Reporting Styles: A Pilot Study to Evaluate Variability in Dictation Style. Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology 2019;48:524-530
  3. Sammer MBK, Sammer MD, Donnelly LF. Review of Learning Opportunity Rates: Correlation with Radiologist Assignment, Patient Type, and Exam Priority. Pediatric Radiology 2019;49:1269-1275
  4. Guimaraes CV, Grzezczuk R, Bisset GS III, Donnelly LF. Efficient Auditing of Standardized Reporting in Radiology –Reply. Journal of the American College of Radiology 2019;16:6-7
  5. Braojos FDC, Donnelly LF. Practical Application of the International Neuroblastoma Risk Group Staging System (INRG SS). Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology 2019;48:509-518
  6. Rama, A; Knight, L; Berg, M; Copperman, L; Hagerty, T; Chen, M; Caruso, TJ. Near Miss in Intraoperative Magnetic Resonance Imaging: A Case for In-Situ Simulation. Pediatric Quality and Safety. 4(2019):6;e222.
  7. Caruso, TJ; Rama, A; Knight, L; Chen, M; Gonzales, R; Munshey, F; Darling, C; Sharek, PJ. Operating Room Codes Redefined: A Highly Reliable Model Integrating the Core Hospital Code Team.Pediatric Quality and Safety. 4(2019):3:e172.
  8. Colletti, A; Wang, E; Schwenk, H; Marquez, JL; Sharek, PJ; Yeverino, C; Caruso, TJ. A multifaceted quality improvement project improves intraoperative redosing of surgical antimicrobial prophylaxis during pediatric surgery. Pediatric Anesthesiology. 2019(7):705-711. PMID: 31034725.
  9. Esfahanian, M; Caruso, TJ; Lin, C; Kuan, C; Purkey, N; Maeda, K; Tsui, B. Toward Opioid-Free Fast Track for Pediatric Congenital Cardiac Surgery. Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia. 2019(8):2362-2363. PMID 30852093.
  10. Caruso, TJ; Wang, E; Colletti, A; Sharek, PJ. Intraoperative Antibiotic Redosing Compliance and the Extended Postoperative Recovery Period: Often Overlooked Areas that may Reduce Surgical Site Infections. Pediatric Anesthesiology. 2019(3):290-291. PMID 30592343.
  11. Whitney Chadwick, Hannah Bassett, Sarah Hendrickson, Kimberly Slonaker, Shanna Perales, Julie Pantaleoni, Nivedita Srinivas, Terry Platchek, Lauren Destino. An Improvement Effort to Optimize Electronically Generated Hospital Discharge Instructions. Hospital Pediatrics 2019, 9 (7) 523-529
  12. Lee, CM, Scheuter, C, Rochlin, D,Platchek, T and Kaplan, RM. A Budget Impact Analysis of the Collaborative Care Model for Treating Opioid Use Disorder in Primary Care. J Gen Intern Med. 2019;34:1693-1694
  13. Destino L, Bennett D, Wood M, Acuna C, Goodman S, Asch SM, Platchek T. Improving Patient Flow: Analysis of an Initiative to Improve Early Discharge. J Hosp Med. 2019 Jan;14(1):22-27.
  14. Nicholas T. Bott, Clifford C. Sheckter, Daniel Yang, Stephanie Peters, Brian Brady, Scooter Plowman, Soo Borson, Bruce Leff, Robert M. Kaplan, Terry Platchek, Arnold Milstein. Systems Delivery Innovation for Alzheimer Disease. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry 2019;27:149-161
  15. Leonard SA, Main EK, CarmichaelSL. The contribution of maternal characteristics and cesarean delivery to an increasing trend of severe maternal morbidity. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth. 2019;9;19(1):16.
  16. Main EK, Chang S, Cape V, Sakowski C, Smith H, Vasher J. Safety Assessment of a Large-Scale Improvement Collaborative to Reduce Nulliparous Cesarean Delivery Rates. Obstet Gynecol 2019;133: Apr;133(4):613-623.
  17. White VanGompel E, Perez S, Main EK. Cesarean overuse and the culture of care. Health Serv Res 2019;54(2):417-424.
  18. Leonard SA, Main EK, Scott KA, Profit J, Carmichael SL. Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Severe Maternal Morbidity Prevalence and Trends. Annals of Epidemiology. 2019 33:30-36.
  19. Markow C, Main EK. Creating Change at Scale: Quality Improvement Strategies used by the California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative. Obstet Gynecol Clin N Am. 2019 46:317-328.
  20. VanOtterloo LR, Seacrist MJ, Morton CH, Main EK. Quality Improvement Opportunities Identified Through Case Review of Pregnancy-Related Deaths From Venous Thromboembolism. J Obstet Gynecol Neonatal Nurs. 201948:300-310.
  21. Seacrist MJ, VanOtterloo LR, Morton CH, Main EK. Quality Improvement Opportunities Identified Through Case Review of Pregnancy-Related Deaths From Obstetric Hemorrhage. J Obstet Gynecol Neonatal Nurs. 201948:288-299.
  22. Morton CH, VanOtterloo LR, Seacrist MJ, Main EK. Translating Maternal Mortality Review Into Quality Improvement Opportunities in Response to Pregnancy-Related Deaths in California. J Obstet Gynecol Neonatal Nurs. 201948:252-262.
  23. Morton CH, Seacrist MJ, VanOtterloo LR,Main EK. Quality Improvement Opportunities Identified Through Case Review of Pregnancy-Related Deaths From Preeclampsia/Eclampsia.J Obstet Gynecol Neonatal Nurs. 201948:275-287.
  24. Seacrist MJ, Morton CH, VanOtterloo LR, Main EK. Quality Improvement Opportunities Identified Through Case Review of Pregnancy-Related Deaths From Sepsis. J Obstet Gynecol Neonatal Nurs. 201948:311-320.
  25. VanOtterloo LR, Morton CH, Seacrist MJ, Main EK. Quality Improvement Opportunities Identified Through Case Review of Pregnancy-Related Deaths From Cardiovascular Disease. J Obstet Gynecol Neonatal Nurs. 2019 May;48(3):263-274.
  26. Judy AE, McCain CL, Lawton ES, Morton CH, Main EK, Druzin ML. Systolic Hypertension, Preeclampsia-Related Mortality, and Stroke in California. Obstet Gynecol. 2019 133:1151-1159.
  27. Krans EE, Campopiano M, Cleveland LM, Goodman D, Kilday D, Kendig S, Leffert LR, Main EK, Mitchell KT, OʼGurek DT, DʼOria R, McDaniel D, Terplan M. National Partnership for Maternal Safety: Consensus Bundle on Obstetric Care for Women With Opioid Use Disorder. Obstet Gynecol. 2019 Aug;134(2):365-375.
  28. Main EK. Quality and Safety Programs in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Clin Obstet Gynecol. 2019 Sep; 62(3):505-506. (Guest Editor of Issue)
  29. Ferrari, S, Taylor K. Effect of a Systemwide Approach to a Reduction in Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections. Journal of Nursing Quality 2019;35:40-44
  30. Suryavanshi JR, Goto R, Jivanelli B, et al. Age-Appropriate Pediatric Sports Patient-Reported Outcome Measures and Their Psychometric Properties: A Systematic Review. Am J Sports Med. 2019;47(13):3270-3276.
  31. Leyden J, Fung L, Frick S. Autism and toe-walking: are they related? Trends and treatment patterns between 2005 and 2016. J Child Orthop. 2019;13(4):340-345.
  32. Kraus E, Tenforde AS, Nattiv A, et al. Bone stress injuries in male distance runners: higher modified Female Athlete Triad Cumulative Risk Assessment scores predict increased rates of injury. Br J Sports Med. 2019;53(4):237-242.
  33. Karamian BA, Campbell ST, Rinsky LA. Complete Atlantoaxial Dislocation After Odontoid Synchondrosis Fracture: A 2-Year Follow-up Study: A Case Report. JBJS Case Connect. 2019;9(2):e0327.
  34. Popkin CA, Chan CM, Nowell JA, Crowley SG, Wright M, Ahmad CS. Computer Navigation for Pediatric Femoral ACL Tunnel Placement. Iowa Orthop J. 2019;39(1):121-129.
  35. Orendurff MS, Kobayashi T, Tulchin-Francis K, et al. Corrigendum to “A little bit faster: Lower extremity joint kinematics and kinetics as recreational runners achieve faster speeds” J Biomech. 2019;82:404.
  36. Calanna F, Chen F, Risitano S, et al. Debridement, antibiotic pearls, and retention of the implant (DAPRI): A modified technique for implant retention in total knee arthroplasty PJI treatment. J Orthop Surg 2019;27(3):2309499019874413.
  37. Shea KG, Musahl V, Stavinoha TJ. Editorial Commentary: Anterolateral Ligament-Anatomy, Evaluation, and Future Applications to Knee Stability. Arthroscopy.2019;35(7):2143-2145.
  38. Zhou JY, Amanatullah DF, Frick SL. EMTALA (Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act) Obligations: A Case Report and Review of the Literature. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2019;101(12):e55.
  39. Hosseinzadeh P, Devries C, Saldana RE, et al. Hoverboard injuries in children and adolescents: results of a multicenter study. J Pediatr Orthop B. 2019;28(6):555-558.
  40. Schwenk ES, Jaremko KM, Park BH, et al. I Tweet, Therefore I Learn: An Analysis of Twitter Use Across Anesthesiology Conferences. Anesth Analg. 2019;130:333-340
  41. Diaz R, Miller EK, Kraus E, Fredericson M. Impact of Adaptive Sports Participation on Quality of Life. Sports Med Arthrosc Rev. 2019;27(2):73-82.
  42. Zhou JY, Lowe E, Cahill-Rowley K, Mahtani GB, Young JL, Rose J. Influence of impaired selective motor control on gait in children with cerebral palsy. J Child Orthop.2019;13(1):73-81.
  43. Schmidt EC, Chin M, Aoyama JT, Ganley TJ, Shea KG, Hast MW. Mechanical and Microstructural Properties of Native Pediatric Posterior Cruciate and Collateral Ligaments. Orthop J Sports Med. 2019;7(2):2325967118824400.
  44. Schmidt EC,Chin M, Aoyama JT, Ganley TJ, Shea KG, Hast MW. Mechanical and Microstructural Properties of Pediatric Anterior Cruciate Ligaments and Autograft Tendons Used for Reconstruction. Orthop J Sports Med. 2019;7(1):2325967118821667.
  45. Cahan EM, Frick SL. Orthopaedic phenotyping of NGLY1 deficiency using an international, family-led disease registry. Orphanet J Rare Dis. 2019;14(1):148.
  46. Goldberg MJ, Shea KG, Weiss JM, Carter CW, Talwalkar VR, Schwend RM. The Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA) Adopts a Member Health and Wellness Charter. J Pediatr Orthop. 2019;39(4):e241-e244.
  47. Zhou JY, Zhang K, Cahill-Rowley K, Lowe E, Rose J. The Pediatric Temporal-spatial Deviation Index: quantifying gait impairment for children with cerebral palsy. Dev Med Child Neurol. 2019;61(12):1423-1431.
  48. Adams AJ, O’Hara NN, Abzug JM, et al. Pediatric Type II Tibial Spine Fractures: Addressing the Treatment Controversy With a Mixed-Effects Model. Orthop J Sports Med. 2019;7(8):2325967119866162.
  49. Shea KG, Dingel AB, Styhl A, et al. The Position of the Popliteal Artery and Peroneal Nerve Relative to the Menisci in Children: A Cadaveric Study. Orthop J Sports Med. 2019;7(6):2325967119842843.
  50. Cahill-Rowley K, Schadl K, Vassar R, Yeom KW, Stevenson DK, Rose J. Prediction of Gait Impairment in Toddlers Born Preterm From Near-Term Brain Microstructure Assessed With DTI, Using Exhaustive Feature Selection and Cross-Validation. Front Hum Neurosci. 2019;13:305.
  51. Group M, Wright RW, Huston LJ, et al. Predictors of Patient-ReportedOutcomes at 2 Years After Revision Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. Am J Sports Med. 2019;47(10):2394-2401.
  52. Shea KG, Burlile JF, Richmond CG, et al. Quadriceps Tendon Graft Anatomy in the Skeletally Immature Patient. Orthop J Sports Med. 2019;7(7):2325967119856578.
  53. Group M, Bigouette JP, Owen EC, et al. Relationship Between Sports Participation After Revision Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction and 2-Year Patient-Reported Outcome Measures. Am J Sports Med. 2019;47(9):2056-2066.
  54. Schachne JM,Heath MR, Yen YM, Shea KG, Green DW, Fabricant PD. The Safe Distance to the Popliteal Neurovascular Bundle in Pediatric Knee Arthroscopic Surgery: An Age-Based Magnetic Resonance Imaging Anatomic Study. Orthop J Sports Med.2019;7(7):2325967119855027.
  55. Mooney JA, Rose J. A Scoping Review of Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation to Improve Gait in Cerebral Palsy: The Arc of Progress and Future Strategies. Front Neurol. 2019;10:887.
  56. Vorhies JS, Lindsay EA, Tareen NG, Kellum RJ, Jo CH, Copley LA. Severity Adjusted Risk of Long-term Adverse Sequelae Among Children With Osteomyelitis. Pediatr Infect Dis J. 2019;38(1):26-31.
  57. McLeod TV, Israel M, Christino MA, et al. Sport Participation and Specialization Characteristics Among Pediatric Soccer Athletes. Orthop J Sports Med.2019;7(3):2325967119832399.
  58. Campbell ST, Kleimeyer JP, Young JL, Gardner MJ, Wood KB, Bishop JA. A Structured Review Instrument Improves the Quality of Orthopaedic Journal Club. J Surg Educ. 2019;76(1):294-300.
  59. Gamble JG, Zino C, Imrie MN, Young JL.Trans-Metaphyseal Screws Placed in Children: An Argument for Monitoring and Potentially Removing the Implants. J Pediatr Orthop. 2019;39(1):e28-e31.
  60. Vorhies JS, Uzosike OB, Imrie MN, Rinsky L, Hoffinger S. Treatment in a Nonpediatric Hospital Is a Risk Factor for Open Reduction of Pediatric Supracondylar Humerus Fractures: A Population-Based Study. J Orthop Trauma. 2019;33(9):e331-e338.
  61. Cruz AI, Jr., Gao B, Ganley TJ, et al. Trends in Concomitant Meniscal Surgery Among Pediatric Patients Undergoing ACL Reconstruction: An Analysis of ABOS Part II Candidates From 2000 to 2016. Orthop J Sports Med. 2019;7(9):2325967119869848.
  62. Judy AE, McCain CL, Lawton E, et al. Systolic hypertension, preeeclampsia-related mortality, and stroke in California. Obstet Gynecol, 2019; 133: 1151-9.
  63. Su E, Steffen K. Ultrasound-Targeted Lung Recruitment: Process Improvement for Ventilating the Critically Ill Child. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. 2019; 20(5):493–494
  64. Woods-Hill, Charlotte Z.; Koontz, Danielle W.; King, Anne F.; Voskertchian, Annie; Colantuoni, Elizabeth A.; Miller, Marlene R.; Fackler, James C.; Bonafide, Christopher P.; Milstone, Aaron M.; Xie, Anping; and the Bright Star Authorship group (Stanford is part of this). Practices, perceptions and attitudes in the evaluation of critically ill children for bacteremia: a National survey. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. 2019; November
  65. Troy LN, Knight L, Olson M, Chen M, Gonzales R, Berg M, Su F. Healthcare provider perceptions of CPR quality during simulation training. Pediatr Crit Care Med 2019. 20(10):e473-79.
  66. Rhee C, Wang R, Jentzsch MS, Broadwell C, Hsu H, Jin R, Horan K, Lee GM. Comparison of Hospital Surgical Site Infection Rates and Rankings Using Claims versus National Healthcare Safety Network Surveillance Data. Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol, Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol. 2019 Feb;40(2):208-210. doi: 10.1017/ice.2018.310. Epub 2018 Dec 4. PMID: 30509332.
  67. Hsu H, Wang R, Jentzsch MS, Jin R, Goldmann D, Rhee C, Lee GM. Association between Value-Based Incentive Programs and Catheter-associated Urinary Tract Infection Rates in the Critical Care Setting. JAMA, 2019 Feb 5;321(5):509-511. doi: 10.1001/jama.2018.18997.PMID:30721286
  68. O’Leary EN, van Santen KL, Edwards EM, Braun D, Buus-Frank ME, Edwards JR, Guzman-Cottrill JA, Horbar JD, Lee GM, Newhauser MM, Roberts J, Schulman J, Septimus E, Soll RF, Srinivasan A, Webb AK, Pollock DA. Using NHSN’s Antimicrobial Use Option to Monitor and Improve Antibiotic Stewardship in Neonates. Hospital Pediatrics, 2019 May;9(5):340-347. doi: 10.1542/hpeds.2018-0265. PMID: 31036758
  69. Kawai AT, Martin D, Henrickson SE, Goff A, Reidy M, Santiago D, Selvam N, Selvan M, McMahill-Walraven C, Lee GM.Validation of febrile seizures identified in the Sentinel Post-Licensure Rapid Immunization Safety Monitoring Program. Vaccine. 2019 Jul 9;37(30):4172-4176. PMID: 31186192
  70. Hsu HE, Wang R, Jentzsch MS, Horan K, Jin R, Goldmann D, Rhee C, Lee GM. The impact of measurement changes on evaluating hospital performance: The case of catheter-associated urinary tract infections. Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol. 2019 Nov; 40(11):1269-1271. doi: 10.1017/ice.2019.240. PMID: 31522693.
  71. Matanock A, Lee G,Gierke R, Kobayashi M, Leidner A, Pilishvili T. Use of 13-Valent Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine and 23-Valent Pneumococcal Polysaccharide Vaccine Among Adults Aged ≥65 Years: Updated Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep. 2019 Nov 22;68(46):1069-1075. doi: 10.15585/mmwr.mm6846a5. PMID: 31751323.
  72. Hsu HE, Abanyia-Bimbo F, Agus MSD, Balamuth F, Brady PW, Brilli RJ, Carcillo J, Dantes R, Epstein L, Fiore A, Gerber JS, Gokhale R, Joyner BL, Kissoon N, Klompas M, Lee GM, Macias C, Puopolo K, Sulton CD, Weiss SL, Rhee C. Developing a National Approach to Pediatric Sepsis Surveillance. Pediatrics. 2019 Dec;144(6). pii: e20191790. doi: 10.1542/peds.2019-1790. PMID: 31776196.
  73. Coffin SE, Lee GM. Mind the Gap: Spanning the Great Divide Between Perceived and Measured Value of Infectious Disease Physicians. J Pediatric Infect Dis Soc. 2019 Apr 22. PMID:31006812
  74. Leidner AJ, Chesson HW, Meltzer MM, Messonnier ML, Lee GM,Prosser LA. Guidance for Health Economic Studies Presented to the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), 2019 Update. Published October 11, 2019.
  75. Banerjee I, Sofela M, Yang J, Chen JH, Shah NH, Ball R, Mushlin A, Desai M, Bledsoe J, Amrhein T, Rubin DL, Zamanian R, Lungren MP. Development and Performance of the Pulmonary Embolism Result Forecast Model (PERFORM) for Computed Tomography Clinical Decision Support. JAMA Netw Open. 2019;2(8):e198719
  76. Davenport MS, Larson DB. Measuring diagnostic radiologists: What measurements should we use? J Am Coll Radiol. 2019;16:333-335.
  77. Dillman JR, Larson DB. Quality and safety in pediatric radiology. Pediatr Radiol. 2019;49(4):431-432.
  78. Larson DB, Boland GW. Imaging Quality Control in the Era of Artificial Intelligence. J Am Coll Radiol. 2019;16:1259-1266
  79. Main EK, The California Pregnancy-Associated Mortality Review Report: Pregnancy Associated Suicide, 2002-2012. Sacramento: California Department of Public Health, Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health Division. 2019
  80. Prevedello LM., Halabi SS, Shih G, Wu CC, Kohli MD, Chokshi FH, Erickson BJ, Kalpathy-Cramer J, Andriole KP, Flanders AE. Challenges Related to Artificial Intelligence Research in Medical Imaging and the Importance of Image Analysis Competitions. Radiology: Artificial Intelligence, 1(1), e180031.
  81. Shih G, Wu CC, Halabi SS, Kohli MD,Prevedello LM, Cook TS, Sharma A, Amorosa JK, Arteaga V, Galperin-Aizenberg M, Gill RR, Godoy M, Hobbs S, Jeudy J, Laroia A, Shah PN, Vummidi D, Yaddanapudi K, Stein A. Augmenting the National Institutes of Health Chest Radiograph Datasetwith Expert Annotations of Possible Pneumonia. Radiology: Artificial Intelligence, 2019;1(1), e180041.
  82. Kelley BP, Klochko CL, Atkinson S, Hillman D, Craig BM, Sandberg SA, GabaAR, Halabi SS. Sonographic Diagnosis of Velamentous and Marginal Placental Cord Insertion. Ultrasound Q. 2019. doi: 10.1097/RUQ.0000000000000437
  83. Zucker EJ, Barnes ZA, Lungren MP, Shpanskaya Y, Seekins JM, Halabi SS, Larson DB. Deep learning to automate Brasfield chest radiographic scoring for cystic fibrosis. Journal of Cystic Fibrosis. 2019.
  84. Park A, Chute C, Rajpurkar P, Lou J, Ball RL, Shpanskaya K, Jabarkheel R, Kim LH, McKenna E, Tseng J, Ni J, Wishah F, Wittber F, Hong DS, Wilson TJ, Halabi S, Basu S, Patel BN, Lungren MP, Ng AY, Yeom KW. Deep Learning–Assisted Diagnosis of Cerebral Aneurysms Using the HeadXNet Model. JAMA Netw Open. Published online June 07, 2019;2(6):e195600. doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2019.5600
  85. Anderson JN, Girsen AI, Hintz SR, El-Sayed YY, Davis AS, Barth RA, Halabi S, Hazard FK, Sylvester KG, Bruzoni M, Blumenfeld YJ. Obstetric and neonatal outcomes in pregnancies complicated by fetal lung masses: does final histology matter? The Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine 1–7 (2019) doi:10.1080/14767058.2019.1689559.
  86. Patel, BN, Rosenberg L, Willcox G, Baltaxe D, Lyons M., Irvin J, Rajpurkar P, Amrhein T, Gupta R, Halabi S, Langlotz C, Lo E, Mammarappallil J, Mariano AJ, Riley G, Seekins J, Shen L, Zucker E, Lungren M. Human–machine partnership with artificial intelligence for chest radiograph diagnosis. 2019. Npj Digital Medicine, 2(1), 111.
  87. Pan I, Thodberg HH, Halabi SS, Kalpathy-Cramer J, Larson DB. (2019). Improving Automated Pediatric Bone Age Estimation Using Ensembles of Models from the 2017 RSNA Machine Learning Challenge. Radiology: Artificial Intelligence, 2019;1(6), e190053.
  88. Mardy C, Blumenfeld YJ, Arunamata AA, Girsen AI, Sylvester KG, Halabi S, Rubesova E, Hintz SR, Tacy TA, Maskatia SA. In fetuses with congenital lung masses, decreased ventricular and atrioventricular valve dimensions are associated with lesion size and clinical outcome. Prenatal Diagnosis. 2019.
  89. Sang AX, McPherson MC, Ivison GT, Qu X, Rigdon J, EsquivelCO, Krams SM, Martinez OM. Dual blockade of the PI3K/Akt/mTOR pathway inhibits post-transplant Epstein–Barr virus B cell lymphomas and promotes allograft survival. Am J Transplant. 2019;19(5):1305-1314. PMID: 30549430
  90. Sang, Adam, Esquivel CO, Carlos.“History of Liver Transplantation.” Psychosocial Care of End-Stage Organ Disease and Transplant Patients. Eds. Yelizaveta Sher and Maldonado, Jose R. Maldonado. Springer International Publishing, 2019. 159-167. Print.
  91. DiAngi Y, Stevens LA, Halpern-Felsher B, Pageler NM, Lee TC. Electronic health record (EHR) training program identifies a new tool to quantify the EHR time burden and improves providers’ perceived control over their workload in the EHR. JAMIA Open. 2019. 0(0): 1-9.
  92. Sharp C, Stevens L. The Electronic Health Record. In: Trockel M, Roberts LW, eds. The Art and Scienceof Physician Wellbeing: A Handbook for Physicians and Trainees.1st ed. Springer (2019).
  93. Cortes S, Davila I, Torres P, Yepez M, Lee, Guimaraes CV, Sangi-Haghpeykar H, Whitehead WE, Castillo J, Nassr AA, Espinoza J, Shamshirsaz AA, Belfort MA. Does fetoscopic or open repair for spina bifida affect fetal and postnatal growth? Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2019;53:314-323
  94. Frush DP, Dauer LT. Radiation Protection Responsibility in Medicine: A Wrap-up.Health Phys.2019Feb;116(2):279-281. PMID: 30585976
  95. Frush DP,The Value of Value.J Am Coll Radiol.2019Dec;16(12):1726-1727. doi: 10.1016/j.jacr.2019.05.052. Epub2019Jun 29. No abstract available. PMID: 31265805
  96. Ria F, Davis JT, Solomon JB, Wilson JM, Smith TB,Frush DP, Samei E. Expanding the Concept of Diagnostic Reference Levels to Noise and Dose Reference Levels in CT.AJR Am JRoentgenol.2019Oct;213(4):889-894. Epub2019Jun 10. PMID: 31180737
  97. Frush DP, Sorantin E. Radiation Use in Diagnostic Imaging in Children: Approaching the Value of the Pediatric Radiology Community. In press December 2019 Pediatric Radiology
  98. Mettler FA,Mahesh M, Chatfield MB, Elee JG, Milano MT, Royal HD, Chambers CE, Frush DP, Miller DL, Spelic DC and Technical Advisors (November 2019). NCRP Report from SC4-9 Medical Exposures of Patients in the United States
  99. Brady SL, Frush DP. Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics Biologic Effects of Ionizing Radiation on Children. Biological Effects of Ionizing Radiation in Children. In: Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics; 21stEdition. Kliegman and ST. Geme. Elsevier. 2020. Philadelphia
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Publications epub / in press for 2020 [20]
  1. Scheinker D, Ward A, Shin AY, Lee GM, Roshni M, Donnelly LF. Differences in Central Line Associated Bloodstream Infection Rates Based on the Criteria Used to Count Central Line Days. Journal of the American Medical Association 2020;323:183-185
  2. Mathew R, Simms A, Taylor K, Ferrari S, Bain LC, Valencia AK, Bargmann-Losche J, Donnelly LF, Lee GM. Reduction of Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infection through Focus on Key Drivers: Standardization, Data, and Accountability. Pediatric Quality & Safety
  3. Nye, A; Conner, E; Wang, E; Chadwick, W; Marquez, J; Caruso, TJ. A Pilot Quality Improvement Project to Reduce Preoperative Fasting Duration in Pediatric Inpatients. In Press: Pediatric Quality and Safety.
  4. Julie Samora. Kevin Shea,Antonia Chen, Philip Turner, Steve Frick. AOA Symposium -Quality Improvement and Patient Safety: How Leadership Can Create a Culture of Safety. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery.
  5. Jessica Burlile, Isabel Taylor, Kishore Mulpuri, Emily Schaeffer, Eva Habib, Vagelakos, Chad Price, Kevin G. Shea. Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip: Examination of Care Practices of Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeons in North America. 2019 Annual POSNA Meeting. Journal of Pediatric Orthopedics.
  6. Kevin G. Shea, MD. Strategies and Tools to Enhance Patient Safety –HROs, HEROs, and Safety Culture. Journal of Pediatric Orthopedics.
  7. Lundsberg LS, Main EK, Lee HC, Lin H, Illuzzi JL, Xu X. Low-Interventional Approaches to Intrapartum Care: Hospital Variation in Practice and Associated Factors. J Midwifery WomensHealth. 2019 Sep 10. doi: 10.1111/jmwh.13017. [Epub ahead of print]
  8. Dewan M, Pfeiffer S, Kasper GL, Wenger JL, Hunt EA, Haskel S, Atkins DL, Duval-Arnould JM, Knight L, Cheng A, Gilfoyle E, Su F, Balikai S, Skellett S, Mok YH, Niles D, Roberts JS, Nadkarni VM, Tegtmeyer K. Code Team Structure and Training in the Pediatric Resuscitation Quality International Collaborative. Pediatr Emerg Care 2019. Online published Apr 29 2019.
  9. Leonard SA, Main EK. Risk of Severe Maternal Morbidity in Relation to Pre-pregnancy Body Mass Index: Roles of Maternal Comorbidities and Cesarean Birth. Ped Perinatal Epidemiol [in press]
  10. Johnson AK, Kruger JF, Ferrari S, Weisse MB, Hamilton M, Loh L, Chapman AM, Taylor K, Bargmann-Losche J, Donnelly LF. Key Drivers in Reducing Hospital Acquired Pressure Injury (HAPI) at a Quaternary Children’s Hospital. Pediatric Quality & Safety (in press)
  11. Pham TA, Esquivel C.Are two operations better than one? The debate over combined versus sequential liver-kidney transplantation from a single live donor in the treatment of primary hyperoxaluria 1. Pediatr Transplant. 2019 May 13:e13457. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 3108121
  12. Shea KG, Cannamela PC, Dingel AB, et al. Anatomic Dissection and CT Imaging of the Anterior Cruciate and Medial Collateral Ligament Footprint Anatomy in Skeletally Immature Cadaver Knees. J Pediatr Orthop. 2019;2020;40:e109-e114
  13. Tileston KR, Uzosike M, Segovia N, Rinsky LA, Imrie MN. Day of the Week of Surgery Affects Time to Discharge for Patients With Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis. Orthopedics. 2020;43:8-12
  14. Tsui BCH, Esfahanian M, Lin C, Policy J, Vorhies J. Moving toward patients being pain-and spasm-free after pediatric scoliosis surgery by using bilateral surgically-placed erector spine plane catheters. Can J Anaesth. 2019 [ePub ahead of Print]
  15. Richmond CG, Shea KG, Burlile JF, et al. Patellar-Trochlear Morphology in Pediatric Patients From 2 to 11 Years of Age: A Descriptive Analysis Based on Computed Tomography Scanning. J Pediatr Orthop. 2020;40:e96-e102
  16. Leonard DA, Segovia N, Kaur J, Lucas J, Bishop J, Vorhies JS. Posterior Sternoclavicular Dislocation: Do We Need “Cardiothoracic Backup”? Insights from a National Sample. J Orthop Trauma. 2020;34:e67-e71
  17. Vorhies JS, Funk S, Elliott M, Riccio A, Ramo B. The Utility of Intraoperative Arthrogram in the Management of Pediatric Lateral Condyle Fractures of the Humerus. Orthopedics. 2020;43:30-35
  18. Robinson, J; Wu, M; Caruso, TJ; Kleiman, Z; Kwiatkowski, D. Intraoperative Methadone Is Associated with Decreased Perioperative Opioid Use Without Adverse Events: A Case-Matched Cohort Study.Journal Cardiovascular Anesthesia. 2019: epub ahead of print PMID 31699597.
  19. Williams BA, Guerrero A, Blakemore LC, Frick SL. Surveying the POSNA Landscape: What Can We Learn From Society Survey Studies? J Pediatr Orthop. 2020;40:e63-e67
  20. Hagedorn P, Singh A, Luo B, Bonafide C, Simmons J. “Secure Text Messaging in Healthcare: Latent Threats and Opportunities to Improve Patient Safety.” Journal of Hospital Medicine. E-published September 18th, 2019.
Posters & Presentation [85]
  1. “Review of Learning Opportunity Rates: Correlation with Radiologist Assignment, Patient Type, and Exam Priority.” Sammer M, Sammer M, Donnelly LF. Society for Pediatric RadiologyMeeting, San Francisco, CA. May 2019. Pediatr Radiol 2019;49:s138
  2. “Information Extraction from Diagnostic Reports using Neural Tagging.” Grzeszczuk R, Guimaraes CV, Donnelly LF. Society for Informatics in Medicine, Denver, CO. June 2019.
  3. Donnelly LF. Course Faculty. 19thAnnual Asian and Oceanic Society for Paediatric Radiology, Seoul, South Korea, September 2019
  4. Donnelly LF. Course Faculty. Special Interest Session. Translating Evidence-Based Health Interventions into Routine Clinical Practice-Implementation Science. Future Directions. Radiologic Society of North America. Chicago, IL. December 2019
  5. Donnelly LF. Course Faculty. Pediatric Series. Pediatric Safety & Quality. Tools for Successful & Sustainable QI Projects. Radiologic Society of North America Chicago, IL. December 2019
  6. Kevin G. Shea. PRO – Quality Safety Value. 2019 POSNA Annual Meeting.
  7. Kevin G. Shea. Strategies, Tools to Enhance Patient Safety. 2019 POSNA Annual Meeting
  8. Kevin G Shea. Clinical Integration . of Supply Chain and Value Based Care. 2019 American Orthopedic Association, Annual Meeting.
  9. Henry Ellis, Curtis Vandenburg, Jennifer Beck, Andrew Pennock, Aristides Cruz, Luke Gauthier, Frank Gerow, Theodore Ganley, Kerwyn Jones, Meagan Sabatino, Kevin Shea. Trends in Pediatric Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A review of surgeon fellowship, geography, and meniscus surgery in the ABOS database Part 2. PRiSM 2019 abstract, podium presentation.
  10. Jessica Burlile, Isabel Taylor,  Kishore Mulpuri, Geng, Emily Schaeffer, Eva Habib, Vagelakos, Chad Price, Kevin G. Shea. Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip: Care Practices of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeons. 2019 Annual POSNA Meeting.
  11. Jennifer Nguyen, Elizabeth Hamlett, Steve Frick, Min Kocher, James McCarthy, James Sanders, Kit Song, Kevin Shea. Assessing the . burden of pediatric musculoskeletal condition. POSNA 2019 Annual Meeting
  12. Terry Platchek. “When the Goal is Setting Better Goals: Improving Engagement, Awareness and Frontline Goal Quality Through Goal Deployment.” Plenary Presentation. Lean Healthcare Academic Conference at Stanford. Stanford, CA. October 2, 2019.
  13. Terry Platchek. “Case Study from the Stanford Clinical Excellence Research Center: Applications of Health Information Technology for Care Delivery Innovation.” Fourteenth National Value-Based Payment and Pay for Performance Summit. Los Angeles, CA. February 26, 2019
  14. Tua Palangyo, Power Session: “Advancing Root Cause Analysis/Serious Safety Event Determination and Root Cause Analysis”. 2019 Quality & Safety in Children’s Health Conference in Atlanta, GA. March 2019.
  15. Nina Wixson andMimi Albert, “How do Healthcare Professionals Function as a Team”. Healthcare Con Conference Palo Alto CA. March 2019.
  16. “A Conversation on Using Data for Better Insights”. Sandy Dunn. RL Palooza Conference, Las Vegas, NV. June 2019.
  17. Even Zucker, Donald Frush and Richard Barth, Pediatric Radiology Performance Improvement, “Division Improvement Project” 2019
  18. Sanaa Suharwardy, Eleanor Lin, Ann-Marie Oakeson, Brendan Carvalho, Millie Quan, Lou Filoteo, Tiffany Lentz, Anita Gunaseelan, Neil Kalariya, Christine Kalife, “Changing the Paradigm: Enhanced Recovery after Surgery (ERAS) for C-Section Patients” Maternity Value Stream Posterpresented at theOctober 2019 LEANAcademic Conference at Stanford
  19. PICU Transplant Specialty Care team presented at IPTA (International Pediatric Transplant Association) 2019 Congress in Vancouver, BC, Canada in May 2019: Implementation of a nurse led transplant specialty care team in a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit improves patient safety ( Poster Presentation): Laura Blair, Nicole Dykes, Katherine Kent, Aleyna Hamlin, Tamara Kelley, Denisia Chen, Rajesh Shetty, Mihaela Damian
  20. Chadwick W, Bernacki K, Wang E. Caring Safely for Patients and Families with Aggressive Behaviors. Webinar presented at the: Epic Safety Forum; July 2019
  21. Chadwick W, Lau M, Mello A, Mak, K, Yang J, Long J, Bassett H,Stewart S,Pediatric Admission Medication Reconciliation: Are we achieving meaningful use? Poster presented at the: Pediatric Hospital Medicine Conference; July 2019; Seattle, WA; and theLean Healthcare Academic Conference; October 2019; Palo Alto, CA.
  22. “Making Patients and Families the Center of Rounds” Institute for Healthcare Improvement Webcast.October 29, 2019.Baird J, Destino L, Micalizzi D.
  23. “Measurement –Are We There Yet?” Lean Healthcare Academic Conference at Stanford.Oct 2nd, 2019.Destino L, Panelist.
  24. Steffen K.Safely Doing Less in Critical Illness: Harnessing Diagnostic Stewardship to Combat Antibiotic Overuse and Unintended Harm in the Pediatric ICU (for the BrightSTAR Study). Pediatric Acute Lung Injury and Sepsis Investigators Meeting. September, 2019. Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  25. Mazloom A, Steffen K, Palmquist A, Godin M, Garnholtz DB.Using the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) to Reduce CLABSI Rates in the PICU by Improving Maintenance Bundle Compliance. American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference. October, 2018. Orlando, FL and Stanford Resident Quality Improvement/Patient Safety Symposium (best poster winner). May, 2019. Palo, Alto, CA.
  26. Steffen K, Su F, Algaze C, Deuthman L, Jacobs K, Casazza M, Chantra J, Loh L, Shin A, Grant G. Leveraging Aggregate Data at the Point of Care Reduces Variation for Pediatric Neurosurgery Patients. 48thCritical Care Congress, Society of Critical Care Medicine, San Diego, CA 2019
  27. Grace Lee and Don Goldmann, SHEA Foundation Dinner –Hospital epidemiology and Quality and Safety Leadership. SHEA Spring meeting 2019. Boston, MA
  28. Renee Allison Nolen. “5S on an Inpatient Cancer Unit to Improve Compliance with CLABSI Prevention Practices.” PosterPresentation. Lean Healthcare Academic Conference at Stanford. Stanford, CA. October 2, 2019.
  29. Angie Nicholson. “The Pulse of an Organization: Uncovering Chronic Problems through Frontline Feedback.” PosterPresentation. Lean Healthcare Academic
  30. Marie Wang. “Implementation of Schedule-Based Family-Centered Rounds on an Inpatient PediatricHospital Medicine Teaching Service.” PosterPresentation. Lean Healthcare Academic Conference at Stanford. Stanford, CA. October 2, 2019.
  31. Lauren Rabsatt. “A Multidisciplinary Approach to Building a Shared Mental Model in a Novel Clinical Effectiveness Program.” OralPresentation. Lean Healthcare Academic Conference at Stanford. Stanford, CA. October 2, 2019.
  32. Erika Forgone Dobo. “52-in-52 Project: Improving the Gross Room Work Station Schedule After.” OralPresentation. Lean Healthcare Academic Conference at Stanford. Stanford, CA. October 2, 2019.
  33. Shannon Feehan. “Improving Teamwork and Morale on a New Inpatient Cardiovascular Stepdown Unit.” Oral Presentation. Lean Healthcare Academic Conference at Stanford. Stanford, CA. October 2, 2019.
  34. Jenna Kruger.“Pressure Injury Reduction at Stanford Children’s Health.” Oral Presentation. Lean Healthcare Academic Conference at Stanford. Stanford, CA. October 2, 2019.
  35. Edward Anthony. “Everyday Improvement Ideas (EIIs).” Poster Presentation. Lean Healthcare Academic Conference at Stanford. Stanford, CA. October 2, 2019.
  36. Sheri Nakamura. “DMS 3.0: Improving a Culture of Problem Solving at Stanford Children’s Health.” Oral Presentation. Lean Healthcare Academic Conference at Stanford. Stanford, CA. October 2, 2019.
  37. Christine Kalife. “Fetal Demise Process Redesign.” Poster Presentation. Lean Healthcare Academic Conference at Stanford. Stanford, CA. October 2, 2019.
  38. Melina Lopez & Matthew Randolph. “Meds to Beds: Implementation of a Bedside Medication Delivery Service for Outpatient Surgery Patients.” Poster Presentation. Lean Healthcare Academic Conference at Stanford. Stanford, CA. October 2, 2019.
  39. “The Learning Radiology Organization.” Larson DB. 2019 Radiology Improvement Summit, Stanford, CA. February 2019.
  40. Teamwork, Collaboration, and Collegiality.” Larson DB. 2019 Radiology Improvement Summit, Stanford, CA. February 2019.
  41. “Learning from Each Other.” Larson DB. 2019 Radiology Improvement Summit, Stanford, CA. February 2019.
  42. “The Role of Technologist Education in Practice Reform.” Larson DB. Society for Pediatric Radiology Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. May 2019.
  43. “Building a Comprehensive Quality Program: The RITE Program.” Larson DB, Tomkins K. Children’s Hospital Association Radiology Forum, San Antonio, TX. September 2019.
  44. “Technologist Coaching Model.” Larson DB. American College of Radiology Annual Conference on Quality and Safety. Denver, CO. October 2019.
  45. Larson DB, Hwang G. 52in52: Needs of referring providers by type: Results of a radiology provider surveyat an academic medical center. ACR Annual Conference on Quality and Safety, Denver, CO, Oct 2019.
  46. Anderson JN, Girsen AI, Hintz SR, El-Sayed YY, Davis AS, Barth RA, Halabi SS, Sylvester KG, Bruzoni M, Blumenfeld YJ. Obstetric and neonatal outcomes in pregnancies complicated by fetal lungmasses: does final histology matter? Society of Maternal-Fetal Medicine Annual Pregnancy Meeting. Las Vegas, Nevada. February 2019.
  47. Wishah F, Rubesova E, Halabi SS, Sandberg J, Diaz E, Kennedy WA, Barth R. Introduction of Contrast Enhanced Voiding Urosonography into Clinical Practice: Assessment of Clinical Indications, Imaging results, and Urologist Acceptance. Society of Pediatric Radiology Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA. May 2019.
  48. Atluri M, Shen L, Han M, Shpanskaya K, Kim L, Lai L, Lu Q, Halabi SS, Mitchell C, Kline-Fath B, Yeom KW. Attention-Aware Deep Learning Networks for Predicting Gestational Brain Age Using Fetal MRI. Society of Pediatric Radiology Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA. May 2019.
  49. Khandwala N, Eng D, Milla SS, Kadom N, Strubel N, Lala S, Fefferman N, Filice R, Prabhu SP, Francavilla ML, Kaplan S, Sharp SE, Towbin AJ, Everist M, Irani N, Halabi SS. Multi-Institutional Implementation of an Automated Tool to Predict Pediatric Skeletal Bone Age: How We Did It. Society of Pediatric Radiology Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA. May 2019.
  50. Halabi, S, Learning from Failure in Clinical Informatics. University of Pennsylvania Department of Radiology Informatics Fellows. March 2019.
  51. Halabi, S, Challenges of Creating, Validating and Deploying Artificial Intelligence Tools into Medical Practice. Visiting Professor, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Medical Center. Cincinnati, Ohio. March 2019.
  52. Halabi, S, Tales from the Womb: Obstetric and Fetal Imaging Case Conference. Visiting Professor, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Medical Center. Cincinnati, Ohio. March 2019.
  53. Halabi, S, Challenges of Deploying and Validating an AI Tool into Medical Practice. NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference. San Jose, California. March 2019.
  54. Halabi, S, Breaking Down the Mystery of the Black-Box in AI (XAI). RSNA Spotlight Course. San Francisco, California. May-June 2019.
  55. Halabi, S, Cranial Ultrasound. Point-of-Care Ultrasound Course, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital. Stanford, California.June 2019.
  56. Halabi, S, JDI/JACR Data Science + Scholarly Publishing Meetup. Society of Imaging Informatics in Medicine Annual Meeting. Denver, Colorado. June 2019.
  57. Halabi, S, The UI of AI. Society of Imaging Informatics in Medicine Annual Meeting. Denver, Colorado. June 2019.
  58. Halabi, S, Logistics, Strategy, and FDA considerations for clinical AI implementation. Society of Imaging Informatics in Medicine Annual Meeting. Denver, Colorado. June 2019.
  59. Halabi, S, Challenges of Creating, Validating and Deploying Artificial Intelligence Tools into Radiology Practice. Visiting Professor, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. September 2019.
  60. Halabi, S, JACR Quality and Data Science Tweet Chat. Moderator @JACRJournal. September 2019.
  61. Halabi, S, Tales from the Womb: Interesting Maternal-Fetal Cases from the Perinatal Diagnostic Center. Resident Noon Lecture, University of Michigan Department of Radiology. Ann Arbor, Michigan. October 2019.
  62. Halabi, S, Challenges of Creating, Validating and Deploying Artificial Intelligence Tools into Radiology Practice. Visiting Professor, Radiology Grand Rounds, University of Michigan Department of Radiology. Ann Arbor, Michigan. October 2019.
  63. Halabi, S, Leveraging Machine Learning to Optimize Quality and Safety. Invited Speaker, Chinese Congress of Radiology 2019. Beijing, China. November 2019.
  64. Halabi, S, Radiology Informatics Mistakes and War Stories from the Physician Front Lines. Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting. Chicago, Illinois.December 2019.
  65. Halabi, S, AI Theater: How RSNA is Fostering the AI Ecosystem. Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting. Chicago, Illinois.December 2019.
  66. Halabi, S, Population Health and Big Data or Radiology and Big Data. RSNA/AUR/ARRS Introduction to Academic Radiology. Chicago, Illinois.December 2019.
  67. Carlson, J.“Adolescent Confidentiality and the EHR.” California Peidatric Health Informatics Summit, San Francisco, CA.
  68. Chadwick W, Bernacki K, Wang E. “Caring Safely for Patients and Families with Aggressive Behaviors.” Epic Webinar.
  69. Chadwick W, Bassett H, Chantra J, Imler D, Perales S, Rosen K, Wang M. “Reducing diagnostic and treatment variability for neonatal jaundice at Stanford Children’s Health.” Lean Healthcare Academic Conference, Stanford, CA.
  70. Oakeson AM. “Efficient Patient Progression for Maternity.”Epic Expert Group Meeting, Madison, WI
  71. Prahalad P, Pageler NM. “Time and Costs Saved by Patients Electing Telehealth –A Case Study in Diabetes and Endocrinology.” Epic User Group Meeting, Madison Wisconsin
  72. Singh A, Perales S. “Where’s My Doctor? The development of a novel Epic-based tool to aid in the roll-out of Scheduled Based Family Centered Rounds.” Epic Expert Group Meeting, Madison WI.
  73. Stevens L., Hahn J.“Medical Student Documentation at an Academic Teaching Hospital: Not a Trivial Pursuit.” Epic User Group Meeting, Verona, WI
  74. Stevens L. “Understanding the Impact of the EHR on Physician Wellness & Burnout.” Epic User Group Meeting, Verona, WI.
  75. Stevens L.“Managing Physician Expectations and Mitigating Burnout after EHR Implementation.” Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital Invited Talk, London, England.
  76. Medical Radiation Exposure of Patients in the United States. M Mahesh,; FA Mettler; R Vetter; D Miller; DP Frush; M Chatfield; et al. RSNA December 2nd, 2019
  77. DP Frush. Roles and responsibilities in paediatric safety: Image Gently. International Radiation Protection Association, International Radiation protection Association Session at Annual Health Physics Society Meeting February 17-20, 2019
  78. DP Frush The image gently alliance: Informed radiation use in children. Asian Oceanic Society for Pediatric Radiology. Seoul South Korea Sept 28th, 2019
  79. DP Frush. Roles and responsibilities in paediatric safety: Image Gently. The Baltic Conference of Pediatric Radiology and Radioprotection course.Regional Meeting on Strengthening Quality and Safety in Pediatric Radiology.Sept 18, 2019 Tartu, Estonia.
  80. Frush DP. Image Gently Alliance. Brazilian Congress of Medical Physics August 21-24, 2019, Santos, SP, Brazil.
  81. Frush DP. Abbey Road to the Digital Highway: Update on Medical Radiation Exposure toChildren in the US.. Society for Pediatric Radiology, May 2019 San Francisco CA
  82. DP Frush. Cumulative Radiation Does from medical Imaging in Children in the US.IAEA Technical Meeting on Cumulative radiation exposure of patients from recurrent radiological procedures 4-6 March 2019. Vienna
  83. Frush DP. Image Gently in Latin America: Progress through Partnership. European Congress of Radiology February 2019 Vienna: Exhibits
  84. Frush DP. Updates on the US Campaign for Radiation Safety in Adult Medical Imaging. European Congress of Radiology February 2019 Vienna: Exhibits
  85. G. Frija, D. P. Frush. Updates on the US Campaign for Radiation Safety in Adult Medical Imaging. European Congress of Radiology February 2019 Vienna: Exhibits
Awards [3]
  1. Journal of the American College of Radiology Best Article of 2018 Award: Training and Education (awarded in 2019): Donnelly LF, Dorfman SR, Jones J, Bisset GS III. Transition from Peer Review to Peer Learning –Experience in a Radiology Department. JACR 2018;15:1143-1149
  2. 2019: American Academy of Pediatrics 2018 Young Investigator Award for the Section on Orthopaedics. Schmidt E, Chin M, Aoyama JT, Ganley TJ, Shea KG, Hast M. Mechanical and Microstructural Properties of Pediatric Anterior Cruciate Ligaments and Tendons used for Reconstruction. Podium Presentation at 2018 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) in Orlando, FL. November 2018.
  3. 2019: ISAKOS John J. Joyce Award for–“Absence of Ligament Progenitor Cells in the Pediatric Knee Anterolateral Complex”, Tomoya Iseki, Benjamin B. Rothrauff, Shinsuke Kihara, Kevin G. Shea, Peter G. Alexander, Freddie H. Fu, Volker Musahl
Grants [10]
  1. Katherine Steffen: Mentored Training in Implementation Science. NIH/National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. Implementing blood transfusion recommendations for critically ill children.K12HL137942-02 Scholar, Victor Davila (PI, Washington University in Saint Louis.
  2. Felice Su/Lindsey Rasmussen: Jackson Vaughan Critical Care Research Fund. Impact of Delirium on Functional Outcome in Pediatric Critical Illness
  3. Felice Su/Alaina Kipps/Andrew Palmquist/Shannon Feehan: SCH Value Improvement Program. Mitigating Alarm Fatigue and Improving the Care Provider, Patient and Family Experience through Reduction in Non-actionable Bedside Alarm
  4. Felice Su/Lynda Knight/Marc Berg: The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia/Zoll Medical. Quality of Pediatric Resuscitation in a Multicenter Collaborative: an Observational Study
  5. 2009-2019 -Intended and Unintended Consequences of Nonpayment for Preventable Complications (PAICAP) (Grace Lee), AHRQ 1 R01 HS018414, Role: Prinicipal Investigator.
  6. 2018-2019-Moms in the NICU (Gould) March of Dimes Community Grants, (Grace Lee),Role: Co-Investigator
  7. 2018-2019 -A decision-analytic framework for economic evaluation of current precision health approaches and prioritization of their future research and development (Goldhaber-Fiebert, Precision Health and Integrated Diagnostics Seed Grants, (Grace Lee) Role: Co-Investigator
  8. 2018-2021-Preterm Connect to Reduce Infant Mortality, RK Mellon Foundation (Wang, Gould, Lee) Role: Co-Principal Investigator
  9. 2018-2020-K12 Mentored Training in Implementation Science Program (Steffan)NHLBI, (Grace Lee) Role: Primary Mentor
  10. Stanford Children’s Health (SCH) Quality Improvement (QI) Mini Grant Program (SCH-QI Mini Seed Grant Program) for 2018-2019. Reducing the Number of Excess Narcotic Pills Prescribed to Obstetrics Patients after Cesarean Section, Amount Granted: $1500, Role: PI -Sanaa Suharwardy, Paige Bates, Kim Harney, Brendan Carvalho

Alice R. Georgitso, MPH, joins the SMCI Advisory Committee as our first Patient Partner. Alice has served as a Patient Partner with the Stanford Health Care (SHC) Patient & Family Partner Program for over 4 years and was appointed Chairperson of the Adult Congenital Heart Program Patient & Family Advisory Council in January 2020. She assisted in developing the Stanford Adult Congenital Heart Program’s Peer-to-Peer Program and serves as a Mentor to ACHD patients pre-and-post-organ transplantation. Alice has presented Stanford Health Care’s C-I-CARE framework for structuring best practice communications and developing relationship-based care approaches with patients and colleagues to 500+ Stanford Medicine Directors, Managers and Clinical Staff.

Alice is a Patient Relations Manager at Stanford Health Care. Within her role, she provides a channel for problem resolution to promote the highest quality of care and service excellence. Alice has also worked as an Unrelated Donor Search Coordinator with the Blood & Marrow Transplant at Stanford Health Care to coordinate allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplants through collaborative planning and partnership with the National Marrow Donor Program and SHC clinicians. Prior to her work with SHC, she was the Community Service Foundation Director at San Mateo County Medical Association where she partnered with local stakeholders and clinicians to expand county-wide community health programs to diverse populations. She has also delivered invaluable community health services through her work with the American Heart Association.

Alice earned her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Biology at Saint Bonaventure University in Olean, NY and her Master of Public Health from SUNY Buffalo in Buffalo, NY. Alice is a member of The Beryl Institute and Adult Congenital Heart Association professional associations, Donor Network West partner advocating for organ, eye, tissue, and blood donation, and remains an active volunteer with SHC. Alice continues to promote patient-and-family-centered care in both hospital and community settings to support precision health and improve the healthcare experience for patients, families, and clinicians.

John Shook learned about lean management while working for Toyota for 11 years in Japan and the U.S., helping it transfer production, engineering, and management systems from Japan to NUMMI and other operations around the world. While at Toyota's headquarters, he became the company's first American kacho (manager) in Japan. In the U.S., Shook joined Toyota’s North American engineering, research and development center in Ann Arbor, Michigan as general manager of administration and planning. His last position with Toyota was as senior American manager with the Toyota Supplier Support Center in Lexington, Kentucky, assisting North American companies adopt the Toyota Production System. Shook co-authored Learning to See, the book that introduced the world to value-stream mapping. He also co-authored Kaizen Express, a bi-lingual manual of the essential concepts and tools of the Toyota Production System. With Managing to Learn, Shook revealed the deeper workings of the A3 management process that is at the heart of Toyota’s management and leadership.
Shook is an industrial anthropologist with a master’s degree from the University of Hawaii, a bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee, and is a graduate of the Japan-America Institute of Management Science. At the University of Michigan, he was director of the Japan Technological Management Program and faculty member of the Department of Industrial and Operations Engineering.
Shook is the author of numerous articles, including "How to Change a Culture: Lessons from NUMMI"; Sloan Management Review, January 2010, which won Sloan’s Richard Beckhard Memorial Prize for outstanding article in the field of organizational development.

The Stanford Medicine Center for Improvement benefits from the diversity of its members and the richness of the experiences that they bring. Although the program continues to evolve from when it first launched in October 2019, we continue to reach out to improvers across Stanford Medicine in the School of Medicine, Stanford Health Care, Stanford Children’s Health, Stanford ValleyCare, UHA and PCHA. We welcome everyone from every discipline and recognize that we are stronger together as we value the contributions of every member of our teams.

Dr. Paul Maggio is the Chief Quality Officer of Stanford Health Care. Prior to being appointed the SHC CQO, he was Vice Chair of Surgery for Clinical Affairs, Associate Chief Medical Officer of Operational Effectiveness, and Associate Director of the Adult Intensive Care Unit. He trained in General Surgery at Brown University and obtained advanced training in Adult Surgical Critical Care and Trauma at the University of Michigan. He holds a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Michigan and is triple board certified in General Surgery, Critical Care, and Medical Informatics. In addition to being a clinician and surgeon, Dr. Maggio participates in the National Committee on Healthcare Engineering for the American College of Surgeons, and his research interests are focused on the delivery of high-value care.

Dr. Maggio received the SHC Board of Hospital Director’s Denise O’Leary Award for Clinical Excellence in 2013

Micah Duchesne joined Stanford Medicine in 2020 as a Principal Consultant project managing the deployment and operations of the Hospital Incident Command System (HICS) for COVID-19. He is now the Administrative Director of Performance Improvement at Stanford Health Care where he leads annual operations planning, improvement consulting, and capability development. Micah is also a Fellow at the Stanford Medicine Center for Improvement.

Before joining Stanford, Micah was an independent consultant for his company Silicon Valley Strategy Group, which partnered with Novartis and the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania to commercialize cellular therapies. He led a team of clinicians from Europe, Japan, and Australia in designing a global logistics model and quality management system for Kymriah, the world's first approved CAR-T therapy, and helped create an international advisory board aimed at improving global capacity.

Prior to independent consulting, Micah was the Director of Performance Improvement at Kaiser's Santa Clara Medical Center, and he previously held improvement roles of increasing complexity within other health systems. Micah has both a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Master of Health Services Administration from Mississippi College. He also holds certifications as a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt and Project Management Professional.

As a professional, Micah enjoys organizing complex stakeholder ecosystems, clarifying ambiguous goals, aligning visions, and driving high-stakes change. As a human, Micah just enjoys breaking a sweat. While he's not at work, he's at his very own gym in San Jose, CrossFit Moxie. You can find him there coaching olympic weightlifting or working out with his wife. He has a daughter in elementary school and two gym dogs.