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Marc Auerbach: Getting Emergency Departments Kid-Ready

Marc Auerbach: Getting Emergency Departments Kid-Ready

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Howie and Harlan are joined by Marc Auerbach, a professor of pediatric emergency medicine at Yale, to discuss his work using standards and simulation to improve the treatment of children in emergency departments throughout the United States. Harlan reflects on the importance of simple, well-designed clinical trials to make rapid improvements to care; Howie reports on a congressional study asking whether the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation Center has succeeded in lowering costs and increasing quality. 


Timely Clinical Trials

“Dexamethasone in Hospitalized Patients with Covid-19”

“Now is the time to fix the evidence generation system”

“The Clinical Trials Enterprise in the United States: A Call for Disruptive Innovation”

The Yale Paxlovid for Long COVID (PAX LC) Trial

Pediatric Emergency Medicine

CDC: Emergency Department Visits Among Children Aged 0–17 by Selected Characteristics: United States, 2019–2020

“Emergency Department Pediatric Readiness and Short-term and Long-term Mortality Among Children Receiving Emergency Care”

“The Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA): what it is and what it means for physician”

Connecticut Emergency Medical Services for Children: Innovation and Improvement Center

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation Center

CMS: About the CMS Innovation Center

“Accelerating Care Delivery Transformation—The CMS Innovation Center’s Role in the Next Decade”

Learn more about the MBA for Executives program at Yale SOM.

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