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Publications, Presentations and Honors

CPO Activity | October-December 2017

 

Publications

Harrison, S., Tangel, V., Wu, X., Christos, P., Gaber-Baylis, L., Turnbull, Z. A., Port, J., Altorki, N., & Stiles, B. (2017, December). Are minimum volume standards appropriate for lung and esophageal surgery? The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery. PubMed ID: 29370917

Xu, H. F., White, R. S., Sastow, D. L., Andreae, M. H., Gaber-Baylis, L. K., & Turnbull, Z. A. (2017, December). Medicaid insurance as primary payer predicts increased mortality after total hip replacement in the state inpatient databases of California, Florida and New York. Journal of Clinical Anesthesia, 43, 24-32.  PubMed ID: 28972923

 

Presentations

The Center for Perioperative Outcomes (CPO) and its collaborators were well-represented at the 2017 PostGraduate Assembly in Anesthesiology (PGA), held December 8-12, 2017 in New York City. The following abstracts were presented: 

Abraha, S., Landon, J., Arroyo, N.A., White, R. S., Wu, X., Nachamie, A., & Pick, J. (2017, December). Maternal outcomes and healthcare disparities in the placenta accreta population: A work in progress (WIP) and project proposal. New York Society of Anesthesiologists-Post Graduate Assembly, New York, NY.

Arroyo, N. A., White, R. S., Feng, T., Nachamie, A. S., Gaber-Baylis, L. K., Rong, L. Q., & Turnbull, Z. A. (2017, December). Hospital surgical volume does not affect readmissions or resource utilization after isolated coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) when examining socioeconomic disparities: A multistate analysis, 2007-2011. New York Society of Anesthesiologists-Post Graduate Assembly, New York, NY.

Like, B. J., Sullivan, K. J., Arroyo, N. A., Gaber-Baylis, L. K., White, R. S., Turnbull, Z. A., Tam, C. A., & Rong, L. Q. (2017, December). Hospital readmissions and resource utilization after isolated CABG remains increased for Black and Hispanic patients after controlling for insurance type. New York Society of Anesthesiologists-Post Graduate Assembly, New York, NY.

Perlstein, M. D., Sullivan, K. J., White, R. S., Arroyo, N. S., Sastow, D. L., Gaber-Baylis, L. K., Stambough, J. B., Samaru, M., & Turnbull, Z. A. (2017, December). Double disparity for low socioeconomic status patients in postoperative morbidity following total hip arthroplasty. New York Society of Anesthesiologists-Post Graduate Assembly, New York, NY.

Sastow, D. L., Perlstein, M. D., White, R. S., Bowen, R., Gaber-Baylis, L. K., Turnbull, Z. A., & Rong, L. Q. (2017, December). The double disparity facing traditionally disadvantaged and underserved patients with regards to postoperative inpatient mortality after isolated CABG procedure. New York Society of Anesthesiologists-Post Graduate Assembly, New York, NY.    

 

Researchers presented the following abstracts at the 16th Annual Pain Medicine Meeting of the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine (ASRA), held November 16-18, 2017 in Florida: 

Sullivan, K. J., White, R. S., Arroyo, N. A., Tangel, V., Stambough, J. B., Like, B. J., & Turnbull, Z. A. (2017, November 16-18). The interplay between tobacco use and healthcare disparities: Readmission rates and resource utilization after inpatient rotator cuff repair, a multistate analysis, 2007-2011. American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, Lake Buena Vista, FL.

White, R. S., Arroyo, N.A., Gaber-Baylis, L.K., La, M., Fisher, A. D., Turnbull, Z.A., & Samaru, M. (2017, November 16-18). The persistence of healthcare disparities: readmission rates and diagnoses following total knee arthroplasty in relationship to insurance payer status, race, and income status. American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, Lake Buena Vista, FL.

 

Honors

Dr. Robert White won first place for his oral presentation “Readmission rates and diagnoses following total hip replacement in relationship to insurance payer status, race, and income status" at the New York Academy of Medicine's Anesthesiology Residents' Night on October 11. Dr. White’s research is part of a multi-project effort by the CPO to investigate causes and methods for addressing healthcare disparities in surgical and anesthesia patients.   

 

Research from the CPO was honored at the Eastern Pain Association 2017 Annual Meeting (EPA), held November 11 in New York. An abstract titled “Analysis of Pain-Related Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) Free-Text Responses” was awarded first place in the poster competition.   

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