Robert E. Burke, MD, MS, FHM

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Assistant Professor of Medicine
Department: Medicine

Contact information
423 Guardian Drive, Blockley Hall #1232
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 2155733205
Education:
BS (Biochemistry, Summa Cum Laude)
Boston College, 2003.
MD
Stanford University, 2008.
MS (Clinical Sciences)
University of Colorado Graduate Program in Clinical Sciences, 2015.
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Selected Publications

Manges KA, Ayele R, Leonard C, Lee M, Galenbeck E, Burke RE: Differences in transitional care processes among high-performing and low-performing hospital-SNF pairs: a rapid ethnographic approach. BMJ Qual Saf 30(8): 648-657, Aug 2021 Notes:

Valverde PA, Ayele R, Leonard C, Cumbler E, Allyn R, Burke RE.: Gaps in hospital and skilled nursing facility responsibilities during transitions of care: a comparison of hospital and SNF clinicians' perspectives. Journal of General Internal Medicine 36(8): 2251-2258, Aug 2021.

Ayele R, Manges KA, Leonard C, Lee M, Galenbeck E, Molla M, Levy C, Burke RE: How context influences hospital readmissions from skilled nursing facilities: a rapid ethnographic study. J Am Med Dir Assoc 22(6): 1254.e3, Jun 2021.

Manges K, Wallace A, Groves P, Schapira M, Burke RE: Ready to go home? Assessment of shared mental models of the patient and interprofessional team regarding readiness for hospital discharge. Journal of Hospital Medicine 16(6): 326-332, Jun 2021 Notes:

Burke RE, Xu Y, Ritter A: Outcomes of post-acute care in skilled nursing facilities in Medicare beneficiaries with and without dementia. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society Jun 25 2021 Notes: doi: 10.1111/jgs.17321. Online ahead of print.

Stutzbach J, Jones J, Taber A, Recicar J, Burke RE, Stevens-Lapsley J: A systems approach is needed for in-hospital mobility: a qualitative metasynthesis of patient and clinician perspectives. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 102(5): 984-998, May 2021.

Burke RE, Phelan J, Cross D, Werner RM, Adler-Milstein J: Integration activities between hospitals and skilled nursing facilities: a national survey. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association S1525-8610(21): 00469-2, May 29 2021.

Burke RE, Marang-van de Mheen P: Sustaining quality improvement efforts: emerging principles and practice. BMJ Quality & Safety May 17 2021 Notes: bmjqs-2021-013016.

Limes J, Burke RE, Young EJ, Albert T, Cornia P, Sehgal R, Jones CJ.: A cross-sectional survey of Internal Medicine residents' knowledge, attitudes, and current practices regarding patient transitions to post-acute care. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association S1525-8610(21): 00223-1, Mar 19 2021.

Park S, Jung J, Burke RE, Larson EB. : Trends in Use of Low-Value Care in Traditional Fee-for-Service Medicare and Medicare Advantage. JAMA Network Open 4(3): e211762, March 2021.

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