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Philip A. Hagedorn, MD,MBI

Field Service Assistant Professor-Affiliate

Pediatrics | College of Medicine

  • Master's Degree: Oregon Health and Science University (Biomedical Informatics)
  • Chief Residency: Children's Hospital Medical Center
  • Residency: Children's Hospital Medical Center
  • Medical Degree: Emory University
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Philip A. Hagedorn, MD, MBI is Medical Director, Division of Hospital Medicine, Liberty Campus of Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and an Assistant Professor. He is a pediatric clinician and researcher. His interests include improving the care and safety of children through optimization of Electronic Health Record (EHR) decision support tools, developing data and development pipelines to enable frontline quality improvement work through analytics and visualization. Past work from Dr. Hage...

Peer Reviewed Publications

Tchou, Michael J; Tang Girdwood, Sonya; Wormser, Benjamin; Poole, Meifawn; Davis-Rodriguez, Stephanie; Caldwell, J Timothy; Shannon, Lauren; Hagedorn, Philip A; Biondi, Eric; Simmons, Jeffrey; Anderson, Jeffrey; Brady, Patrick W 2018. Reducing Electrolyte Testing in Hospitalized Children by Using Quality Improvement Methods. Pediatrics, 141 5,

Dexheimer, Judith W; Kirkendall, Eric S; Kouril, Michal; Hagedorn, Philip A; Minich, Thomas; Duan, Leo L; Mahdi, Monifa; Szczesniak, Rhonda; Spooner, S Andrew 2017. The Effects of Medication Alerts on Prescriber Response in a Pediatric Hospital. Applied clinical informatics, 8 2, 491-501

Hagedorn, Philip A; Kirkendall, Eric S; Kouril, Michal; Dexheimer, Judith W; Courter, Joshua; Minich, Thomas; Spooner, S Andrew 2017. Assessing Frequency and Risk of Weight Entry Errors in Pediatrics. JAMA pediatrics, 171 4, 392-393

Kirkendall, Eric S; Kouril, Michal; Dexheimer, Judith W; Courter, Joshua D; Hagedorn, Philip; Szczesniak, Rhonda; Li, Dan; Damania, Rahul; Minich, Thomas; Spooner, S Andrew 2017. Automated identification of antibiotic overdoses and adverse drug events via analysis of prescribing alerts and medication administration records. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA, 24 2, 295-302

Hagedorn, Philip A; Shah, Samir S; Kirkendall, Eric S 2016. Following the (Clinical Decision) Rules: Opportunities for Improving Safety and Resource Utilization With the Bacterial Meningitis Score. Hospital pediatrics, 6 5, 305-9

Hansen, Jesse E; Lazow, Margot; Hagedorn, Philip A . Reducing Interdisciplinary Communication Failures Through Secure Text Messaging: A Quality Improvement Project. Pediatric quality & safety, 3 1, e053