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John Chuo, MD, MSBI, IA

John Chuo, MD, MSBI, IA

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Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
Department: Pediatrics

Contact information
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Division of Neonatology, 2 Main, Room 2NW37
34th Street and Civic Center Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: (267) 590-2453
Fax: (267) 590-3051
Education:
BA (Biological Sciences)
Cornell University with honors , 1990.
MD (Medicine)
New York University School of Medicine, 1994.
MSBI (Biomedical Informatics)
Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology , 2004.
IA
Institute for Healthcare Improvement , 2009.
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Description of Clinical Expertise

Neonatology

Description of Research Expertise

Implementation Science, Informatics

Selected Publications

Grayson S, Koran J, Bhaka D, George B, Carroll, J, Chuo, J: Integrating the Medical Checklist ‘Rounding Tool’ into Care Practices in a Neonatal Intensive Care Network Poster presentation, Vermont Oxford Network (VON) Annual Conference, Chicago, IL September 2016.

Pallotto EK, Piazza AJ, McClead R, Smith JR, Richardson T, Grover T, Mingrone T, Holston M, Chuo J, Moran S, Bellflower B, Rao R, Hulbert C, Rintoul N, Brozanski B: STEPP-IN: A Multi-Center Collaborative Reduces Post-Operative Hypothermia and Identifies Key Strategies for Success. Platform presentation by collaborator, Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD May 2016.

Pouppirt N, Brant M, Kim A, Lioy J, Chuo J: Telemedicine Visits Improve Transition to Home for Infants Requiring Complex Care Poster presentation, Society for Pediatric Research, Baltimore, MD SPR Pub#:3866.609, May 2016.

Piazza AJ, Brozanski B, McClead R, Smith JR, Richardson T, Grover T, Mingrone T, Holston M, Chuo J, Moran S, Bellflower B, Rao R, Hulbert C, Rintoul N, Pallotto EK: STEPP-IN: A Multi-Center Collaborative Decreases Care Failure by Implementing Standard Communication Process for Post-operative Handoff. Poster presentation, Society for Pediatric Research Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD SPR Pub#:1385.2, May 2016.

Pouppirt N, Brant M, Kim A, Lioy J, Chuo J: Telemedicine Visits Improve Transition to Home for Infants Requiring Complex Care. Poster presentation, Eastern Society for Pediatric Research, Philadelphia, PA March 2016.

Chilutti Abel K, Baldwin K, Chuo J, Ganley T, Moore,A, Wells L, Kim A, Giordano T: Telemedicine as the First Post-op Visit for Knee Arthroscopy in Adolescents … Safe and Effective! Poster presentation, CHOP Safety Day Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA March 2016.

Piazza AJ, Brozanski B, Chuo J, Provost L, Grover T, Smith J, Mingrone T, Moran S, Morelli L, Zaniletti I, Pallotto EK : SLUG Bug: Quality Improvement With Orchestrated Testing Leads to NICU CLABSI Reduction. PEDIATRICS 137(1): 1-12, Jan 2016.

Pallotto EK, *Chuo J, Piazza AK, Provost L, Grover TR, Smith JR, Mingrone T, Moran S, Morelli L, Zaniletti I, Brozanski B. [*CO-first author]: Orchestrated Testing: An Innovative Approach to a Multicenter Improvement Collaborative. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL QUALITY. (eds.). Page: 1-6, Oct 2015 [Epub ahead of print] Notes: pii: 1062860615609994.

Wallace S: Addressing the Rise in Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: A Multifaceted Approach. Pennsylvania Patient Safety Advisory 12(4): 125-31, December 2015 Notes: http://www.patientsafetyauthority.org/ADVISORIES/AdvisoryLibrary/2015/Dec;12(4)/Pages/125.aspx.

Chuo J, Glasofer A: Collaborative Efforts Implementing Telemedicine in a Hospital Network. Joint Program: Section on Critical Care, Section on Telehealth Care, and Section on Transport Medicine Poster presentation, American Academy of Pediatrics Annual Conference, Washington, DC October 2015.

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Last updated: 07/26/2016
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