Jeremy Michel, MD, MHS

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Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Department: Pediatrics

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2716 South Street
Philadelphia, PA 19146
Education:
BA (Biology)
Cornell University, 2004.
MD (Medicine)
Drexel University, College of Medicine, 2008.
MHS (Medical Informatics)
Yale University, School of Medicine, 2013.
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Description of Clinical Expertise

Dr. Michel is a board certified pediatrician who works in West Philadelphia. His interests include ADHD care and use of technology to improve patient healthcare. He has participated in the development two decision support modules in use at CHOP: the ADHD Care Assistant and the Healthy Weight Care Assistant. These modules allow him to feel like he is participating in patient care even while he is not working directly with patients.

Description of Research Expertise

Dr. Jeremy Michel, MD, MHS, is a Pediatrician and Clinical Informatician at the Center for Biomedical Informatics at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). He completed a fellowship in medical informatics and NLM-sponsored master’s program in clinical informatics at the Yale University School of Medical during which he assisted on implementation of the EPIC EHR at multiple clinical sites. He also was involved in the GuideLines Into Decision Support (GLIDES) project, sponsored by AHRQ. He has a strong interest in the alignment of guideline recommendations with decision support and quality measures, based on the belief that clinicians should be able to trust the source of their decision support and relate quality metrics back directly to evidence. This belief was the impetus for his thesis project GEM2QDM, a web-based application for transparent transformation of guideline recommendation into QDM syntax. In addition to his projects at CHOP, Dr. Michel consults with ECRI Institute on CDS development activities.

Selected Publications

Grundmeier RW, Xiao R, Ross RK, Ramos MJ, Karavite D, Michel J, Gerber JS, Coffin SE: Identifying Surgical Site Infections in Electronic Health Data Using Predictive Models. JAMIA Accepted 2018.

Orenstein E, Warden C, Yun K, Westerhaus M, Mamo B, Mirth M, Karavite D, Michel JJ: Refugee Health Decision Support. CDS Connect 07 2018.

Michel JJ, Mui M, Herman A, Khan S, DeRusso P.: The Healthy Weight Care Assistant. CDS Connect. CDS Connect, 02 2018.

Tremoulet P, KrishnanR, Karavite D, Muthu N, Regli SH, Amy Will A, Michel J : A Heuristic Evaluation to Assess Usability of After Visit Summaries for Supporting Continuity of Care. Applied Clinical Informatics Accepted 2018.

Michel, J, Utidjian LU, Ramos M, Hogan A, Karavite D, Shiffman R, Grundmeier RG: Rapid Adjustment of Clinical Decision Support in Response to Updated Recommendations for Palivizumab Eligibility. Applied Clinical Informatics 08(2): 581-592, 06 2017.

Fiks AG, Mayne SL, Michel JJ, Miller JM, Abraham M, Suh A, Jawad AF, Guevara JP, Grundmeier RW, Blum NJ, Power T: Distance-Learning, ADHD Quality Improvement in Primary Care: A Cluster-Randomized Trial. Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics 10 2017.

Michel J, Utidjian L,Thayer J,Grundmeier R: Real-time Updating of Clinical Decision Support in Response to Out-Of-Stock Immunizations. Pediatric Academic Society (PAS) Annual Meeting 05 2017.

ECRI Institute: Use of EHR-generated patient-facing discharge documents for care coordination: our recommendations. Health Devices. ECRI Institute, 10 2017.

Michel JJ, Orenstein E, Karavite D, Yun K: Who Welcomes Kids: A User Role and Workflow Analysis of Refugee Care Visits within an Academic Pediatric Care Center. American Academy of Pediatrics - National Conference and Exhibition 09 2017.

Tsou AY, Lehmann CU, Michel J, Solomon R, Possanza L, Gandhi T.: Safe Practices for Copy and Paste in the EHR. Systematic Review, Recommendations, and Novel Model for Health IT Collaboration. Applied Clinical Informatics 8(1): 12-34, 01 2017.

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Last updated: 10/12/2018
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