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Neha Natu Patel, MD

Neha Natu Patel, MD

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Department: Medicine

Contact information
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce Street
Suite 2009 Penn Tower
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Office: 215-308-2523
Education:
BA (Biology )
Boston University, 2002.
MD
Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, 2006.
Masters (Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety)
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, 2013.
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Selected Publications

Patel N, Siegler J, Stromberg N, Ravitz N, Vandertuyn M, Hanson W: Inpatient Communication: A Perfect Storm and Innovative Solution. UHC Annual Conference 2014 October 2014.

Patel N, Brennan PJ, Metlay J, Bellini L, Shannon RP, Myers JS. : Building the Pipeline: The Creation of a Residency Training Pathway for Future Physician Leaders in Health Care Quality. Academic Medicine. Epub ahead of print, October 2014.

Patel N, Lorincz I, Stromberg N, Ravitz N, VanDerTuyn M, Hanson W: Enhancing Care Team Communication. 25th Annual National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care December 2013.

Neha Patel and Anjala Tess: Patient Safety Tools: Root Cause Analysis and Failure Mode Effects Analysis. Society of Hospital Medicine's Hospital Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Medical Knowledge Modules February 2012.

Patel N, Marcotte L, Whitman I, Bellini L, Brennan P, Metlay J, Shannon R, Myers J: Total Immersion: Creation of a Quality and Safety Track for Residents. Association of American Medical Colleges Integrating Quality Meeting in Chicago, IL June 2011.

Lorincz I, Patel N, Schmidt S, Boczar B, Savitz J, Ahya V, Myers J: An Intervention to Improve Medication Reconciliation: Discharge Time-out. Society of Hospital Medicine National Meeting in Grapevine, TX May 2010.

Patel N, Gallop B, Fuchs B: Are Point of Care (POC) Measurements of Blood Glucose Obtained by Finger Stick (FS) from ICU Patients Accurate? American Thoracic Society International Conference in San Francisco, CA June 2007.

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Last updated: 12/05/2014
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