Pennsylvania — SPROC

Pennsylvania Regionalized System of Care in Western PA

June 1, 2012 - May 31, 2016

Grant Number
H3AMC24076
Project Overview
This project focused on developing and implementing a regionalized system of pediatric emergency care in rural western Pennsylvania. Primary foci of this project included: (1) building upon existing collaborations of rural community health providers and a major pediatric academic referral center to formalize transfer processes; and (2) integrating telemedicine in the emergency departments in participating hospitals to assure that children in the proposed rural communities had access to essential pediatric resources when needed.
Institution
University of Pittsburgh, Office of Research, Office of the Provost
Main Contact
Award Amount
$200,000

Contacts

Name Role(s) Phone Email
Jeremy Kahn, MD, MS
  • Principal Investigator

Disseminations

Title Type Publication/Event Published/Presented Identifier Details
Clinician Attitudes Toward Adoption of Pediatric Emergency Telemedicine in Rural Hospitals Research Paper/Publication Pediatric Emergency Care 2017
Clinician Attitudes Towards Adoption of Pediatric Emergency Telemedicine in Rural Hospitals Presentation Annual American Telemedicine Association 2015
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Urban and rural patterns in emergent pediatric transfer: a call for regionalization Research Paper/Publication Journal of Rural Health 2014