In Memoriam

Kartik K. Patel, MD

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Department: Medicine

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M112 Starling Loving Hall
320 W. 10th Avenue
Columbus, OH 43201
BA (South Asian Regional Studies)
College of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania, 2002.
BS (Economics with concentration in Health Care Management)
The Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania, 2002.
MD (Global Health Area of Concentration)
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 2006.
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Selected Publications

Abell J, Greene, C, Galindo-Santos, J, Ghattas, M, Patel, K.: Congestive Heart Failure Patients: Would utilization of an admission checklist increase the identification of patients at high risk for unmet Palliative Care needs? Department of Internal Medicine Research Day May 2013.

Desai N, Patel K.: Erythema Multiforme walks in. SHM National Meeting May 2013.

Greene, C, Galindo-Santos, J, Ghattas, M, Patel, K: Improving 30-day readmission rate for patients with congestive heart failure and palliative care consults as the Ohio State University Wexner Medical OSUWMC Trainee Research Day April 2013.

Hagele, T, Patel, K.: Physician documentation of decubitus ulcers: Current Practices and Recommendations for Quality Improvement. OSUWMC Trainee Research Day April 2013.

Patel K, Wininger D.: Self-Assessment of Performance : A novel curriculum for Quality Improvement. SGIM national Meeting April 2013.

Kurze S, Jajodia A, Patel K: Frequency of discrepancy between ordered and dose administered in patients receiving opioids for cancer-related pain. OSUMC Trainee Research Day April 2012.

Halegoua D, Steward E, Guggenheim D, Patel K, Kane G: Implementating QI in a residency continuity clinic: A Novel approach to teaching quality improvement. APDIM Spring Meeting 2011.

Patel K. : The scholarship of quality. Health Policy Newsletter. 21(2), June 2008.

McEllistrem MC, Adams JM, Patel K, Mendelsohn AB, Kaplan SL, Bradley JS, Schutze GE, Kim KS, Mason EO, Wald ER.: Acute otitis media due to penicillin-nonsusceptible Streptococcus pneumoniae before and after the introduction of the pneumoccocal conjugate vaccine. Clin Infect Dis. 40(12): 1738-44, Jun 15 2005.

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