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Dr. Jesse Pines M.

Director, Office for Clinical Practice Innovation

George Washington University

Direct Phone: (202) ***-****       

Email: p***@***.edu

George Washington University

900 23Rd St., Nw

Washington Dc, District of Columbia 20037

United States

Company Description

George Washington University Medical Center is an internationally recognized interdisciplinary academic health center that has consistently provided high-quality medical care in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area since 1824. The Medical Center compris... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Director

Center for Healthcare Quality

Director, Office for Clinical Practice Innovation

QuantiaMD

Visiting Scholar

Brookings Institution

Affiliations

Member
Student Association

Member
Society for Academic Emergency Medicine

SAEM Member
WTOP

Senior Fellow
Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics

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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"When you pull out privately insured ...

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"When you pull out privately insured individuals from emergency departments, the people who end up going are people who don't have access to other services," said Jesse Pines, an associate professor of emergency medicine and health policy at George Washington University in Washington.

For Kaiser, "it makes a lot of sense," Pines said in a telephone interview.
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Pines, who heads George Washington University's Center for Health Care Quality, said that the existence of clinics like Kaiser's may serve to drive up national health-care spending by creating more demand for health services.
It's "like building roads," he said.


The low-tech visual aid can save ...

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The low-tech visual aid can save time with critically ill patients, allowing doctors to focus on caring for them rather than doing research on the fly, said Dr. Jesse Pines, a professor of emergency medicine and director of the Office for Clinical Practice Innovation at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, who has studied the problems with shortages.


And hospitals are increasingly taking ...

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And hospitals are increasingly taking such steps to make medication errors less common, said Jesse Pines, who directs the Office for Clinical Practice Innovation at George Washington University and is a professor of emergency medicine. Technology is also improving, so medication ordering systems should get better, he added.

"Technology exists to help with detecting medical errors at the point of when you're entering drug orders in the hospital or health care settings," he said.


The low-tech visual aid can save ...

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The low-tech visual aid can save time with critically ill patients, allowing doctors to focus on caring for them rather than doing research on the fly, said Dr. Jesse Pines, a professor of emergency medicine and director of the Office for Clinical Practice Innovation at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, who has studied the problems with shortages.

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Changing the economics of these drugs could help, said George Washington's Pines, noting that profit margins are thin and there's not a lot of extra capacity in the system if one manufacturer stops producing a drug.


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With ED overcrowding threatening patient safety and public health, Dr. Jesse Pines, Director of the Center for Health Care Quality, and Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Health Policy at the George Washington University Medical Center, urges hospital leaders and policymakers to make the issue a top priority.

Mr. Pines, who is also a Physician Advisor for Urgent Matters, a "national initiative dedicated to finding, developing and delivering strategies to improve patient flow and reduce emergency department (ED) crowding," calls for a multidisciplinary approach to reduce ED and hospital crowding.

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