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Edward G. Seferian, MD

Director, Quality Improvement in the Department of Medical Affairs

Edward G. Seferian, MD

Director, Quality Improvement in the Department of Medical Affairs

  • Pediatrics

Research interests include population-based utilization rates of intensive care services and models of critical care delivery and hospital quality and safety.

  • Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine, 1992
  • Residency: University of Chicago Hospitals, 1996
  • Fellowship: University of Chicago Hospitals, 1999
  • Master's: University of Chicago, 2002

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  • Seferian EG, Jamal S, Clark K, Cirricione M, Burne-Bolton L, Amin M, Romanoff N, Klapper E. A multidisciplinary, multifaceted improvement initiative to eliminate mislabeled laboratory specimens at a large tertiary care hospital. BMJ Qual Saf, 23(8):690-697 (2014)
  • Banerjee R, Naessens JM, Seferian EG, Gajic Ognjen MD, Moriarty JP, Johnson MG, Meltzer DO. Economic implications of nighttime attending intensivist coverage in a medical intensive care unit. Crit Care Med, 39(60):1257-62 (2011)
  • Seferian EG, Afessa B, Gajic O, Keegan MT, Hubmayr RD. Comparison of community and referral ICU patients in a tertiary medical center: evidence for referral bias in the critically ill. Crit Care Med, 36(10):2779-86 (2008)
  • Hannan T, Keegan MT, Seferian EG, Gajic O, Afessa B. The association between nighttime transfer from the intensive care unit and patient outcome. Crit Care Med, 36(8):2232-7 (2008)
  • Seferian EG, Afessa B. Demographic and clinical variation of adult intensive care unit utilization from a geographically defined population. Crit Care Med, 34(8):2113-9 (2006)
  • Seferian EG, Afessa B. Adult intensive care unit use at the end of life: A population-based study. Mayo Clin Proc, 81(7):896-901 (2006)

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