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Dr. Jesse M. Pines

Director, Office for Clinical Practice Innovation

George Washington University

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George Washington University

900 23rd Street, NW

Washington, District of Columbia 20037

United States

Company Description

In the heart of the nation's capital, with additional programs in Virginia, the George Washington University, or GW, was created by an Act of Congress in 1821. Today, GW is the largest institution of higher education in the District of Columbia. The unive ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Director

Center for Healthcare Quality

Visiting Scholar

Brookings Institution

President

American Academy of Emergency Medicine

President of the Resident Section

American Academy of Emergency Medicine

Affiliations

Advisory Committee Member
SE Healthcare Quality Consulting LLC

SAEM Member
WTOP

Senior Fellow
Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics

Member
American College of Emergency Room Physicians

Member
Advisory Committee

Member
Society for Academic Emergency Medicine

Advisory Board
TheDocClock

Education

Bachelor of Arts

University of Pennsylvania

M.B.A.

M.D.

M.D.

George Washington University

M.D.

Georgetown University

M.D.

Institute of Medicine

M.S.C.E.

MD

University of Pennsylvania

MSCE

Masters of Business Administration

Georgetown University

Masters of Science

Clinical Epidemiology

University of Pennsylvania

Medical Degree

Georgetown University

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Jesse Pines - SE Healthcare Quality Consulting

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Home » About » Advisory Board » Jesse Pines

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SE Healthcare Quality Consulting Announces Newest Advisory Committee Member Dr. Jesse Pines
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Jesse Pines, M.D., MBA, FAAEM
EMERGENCY MEDICINE Director of the Office for Clinical Practice Innovation, and a Professor in the Departments of Emergency Medicine and Health Policy at the George Washington University. He is also a practicing, board-certified emergency physician. He has received competitive grant funding from several organizations including the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the American Geriatrics Society, the Emergency Medicine Foundation, the American College of Emergency Physicians, the National Priorities Partnership on Aging, the Institute on Aging at Penn, the University Research Foundation, and the Thomas McCabe Fund. Has been the recipient of several awards including the 2009 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Best Young Investigator Award and the 2010 American Academy of Emergency Medicine Young Educator Award. He is author on over 170 peer-reviewed publications, three books, has contributed to the online magazines Time.com and Slate.com, and Emergency Physicians Monthly.


Emergency | Sheridan Healthcare

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Dr. Jesse Pines, a professor of emergency medicine and health policy at GWU and one of the study's authors, believes that a lack of resources is partially to blame. In an interview with the Washington Business Journal, he argued that cost can often be a barrier to adoption, saying that "the places that have been effective at reducing crowding have had to invest a lot of time and money into it. If CMS were to penalize hospitals based on ED crowding in the future, it could potentially exacerbate the problem.

We agree with Dr. Pines, but also want to highlight the myriad options available for low-cost efficiency improvements in EDs.
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Dr. Pines is right to emphasize the importance of large scale, top-down efforts to address ED inefficiencies.


Blog | Sheridan Healthcare

sheridanhealthcare.com [cached]

Dr. Jesse Pines, a professor of emergency medicine and health policy at GWU and one of the study's authors, believes that a lack of resources is partially to blame. In an interview with the Washington Business Journal, he argued that cost can often be a barrier to adoption, saying that "the places that have been effective at reducing crowding have had to invest a lot of time and money into it. If CMS were to penalize hospitals based on ED crowding in the future, it could potentially exacerbate the problem.

We agree with Dr. Pines, but also want to highlight the myriad options available for low-cost efficiency improvements in EDs.
...
Dr. Pines is right to emphasize the importance of large scale, top-down efforts to address ED inefficiencies.


Blog | Sheridan Healthcare

sheridanhealthcare.com [cached]

Dr. Jesse Pines, a professor of emergency medicine and health policy at GWU and one of the study's authors, believes that a lack of resources is partially to blame. In an interview with the Washington Business Journal, he argued that cost can often be a barrier to adoption, saying that "the places that have been effective at reducing crowding have had to invest a lot of time and money into it. If CMS were to penalize hospitals based on ED crowding in the future, it could potentially exacerbate the problem.

We agree with Dr. Pines, but also want to highlight the myriad options available for low-cost efficiency improvements in EDs.
...
Dr. Pines is right to emphasize the importance of large scale, top-down efforts to address ED inefficiencies.


Sheridan Healthcare Blog

sheridanhealthcare.com [cached]

Dr. Jesse Pines, a professor of emergency medicine and health policy at GWU and one of the study's authors, believes that a lack of resources is partially to blame. In an interview with the Washington Business Journal, he argued that cost can often be a barrier to adoption, saying that "the places that have been effective at reducing crowding have had to invest a lot of time and money into it. If CMS were to penalize hospitals based on ED crowding in the future, it could potentially exacerbate the problem.

We agree with Dr. Pines, but also want to highlight the myriad options available for low-cost efficiency improvements in EDs.
...
Dr. Pines is right to emphasize the importance of large scale, top-down efforts to address ED inefficiencies.

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