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Kai Tai Xu, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Attending Physician, Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA
Attending Physician, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Assistant Chief Medical Information Officer, University of Pennsylvania Health System, Philadelphia, PA
Attending Physician, Good Shepherd Penn Partners Specialty Hospital, Philadelphia, PA
Clinical Advisor, PennFirst, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Department: Medicine

Contact information
3400 Spruce Street
Maloney 5019
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-662-3797
Fax: 215-662-6250
BA (Psychology)
Swarthmore College, 2003.
MD (Medicine)
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 2007.
Post-Graduate Training
Residency in General Internal Medicine, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Baltimore, MD, 2007-2010.
Certificate in AMIA 10x10 Course in Biomedical and Health Informatics, Oregon Health & Science University , 2013-2014.
American Board of Internal Medicine, 2010.
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Selected Publications

McCrea N, Xu K, McGreevey III JD: Preparing for Electronic Provider Documentation: A Survey of Physician Preferences about Dictation and Speech Recognition Capabilities at an Academic Medical Center. Poster Presentation at Society of Hospital Medicine Annual Meeting March 2014.

Baillie CA, Goren EN, Jacob J, Patel N, Umscheid CA, Xu KT: ITL: Physician Reviews of HM-Relevant Research. The Hospitalist March 2013.

Taylor NK, Xu K: A Rare Case of Primary HSV Meningitis in the Absence of Genital Herpes. Oral Presentation at Mid-Atlantic SGIM Regional Meeting 2013.

Xu K: Uncontrolled Diabetes after Discontinuation of Methotrexate. J Hosp Med 5(3)(suppl 2): S197, 2010.

Xu K, Bankova L: A Rare Case of Persistent Otitis Media and Epiglottitis. Society of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting 2010.

Xu K: Rapid and Massive Thrombosis following Initiation of Warfarin in a Hypercoagulable Patient. J Hosp Med 5(3)(suppl 2): S197, 2010.

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