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Jeremy M. Kahn, MD, MS, MPH

Associate Professor of Critical Care, Medicine and Health Policy

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Dr. Kahn is Associate Professor of Critical Care, Medicine and Health Policy in the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and Graduate School of Public Health. He is a core faculty member in the CRISMA Center in the Department of Critical Care Medicine, where he directs the CRISMA Program on Critical Care Health Policy & Management.  Dr. Kahn received his medical degree from the University of Virginia before completing a residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Chicago. He then did a fellowship in Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine at the University of Washington, where he obtained a masters degree in clinical epidemiology. Prior to joining the University of Pittsburgh in 2010 he was on faculty at the University of Pennsylvania.

Dr. Kahn’s research program focuses on the organization, management, and financing of critical care services. Specific areas of interest include ICU workforce and staffing, quality measurement, benchmarking, and regionalization of critical care.  His group’s work integrates approaches from the fields of epidemiology, health services research, health economics and operations management to investigate novel strategies for increasing the quality and efficiency of critical care. He directs several grants from the National Institutes of Health examining the effect of ICU organization on the outcome of care for patients critical illness. Dr. Kahn spends his clinical time attending in the ICU of Magee Womens Hospital of UPMC.

He lives in Pittsburgh with his wife and children. In his spare time he enjoys cooking, travelling and riding his mountain bike in Pittsburgh’s Frick Park.

See Dr. Kahn's Research Investigator Page

 

Education & Training

Degree

Year

Field

University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA BA 1995 History
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA MD 1999 Medicine
University of Washington, Seattle, WA MS 2005 Epidemiology

 

Administrative Titles

Director, Program on Critical Care Health Policy and Management, CRISMA Center

Director, Department of Critical Care Medicine Research Fellowship

Director, Comparative Effectiveness Research Data Center, Clinical and Translational Research Institute

Affiliate Faculty, University of Pittsburgh Health Policy Institute

 

Honors

 
1995

Graduate with Distinction, University of Virginia

2004 American Lung Association of Washington Research Fellowship Award
2007 Austrian Award for Junior Faculty Research, University of Pennsylvania
2010 Young Investigator Award, American Thoracic Society Behavioral Science Assembly

 

Current Research Projects

DELTA: Determinants of Effective Long Term Acute Care

ConnECCT: Contributors to Effective Critical Care Telemedicine

Critical Care Organization and Outcomes Project (COOP)

The role of long-term acute care hospitals in prolonged mechanical ventilation

Optimizing Utilization and Rural Emergency Access for Children (OUTREACH)

 

Publications

See Jeremy Kahn's Publications