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Richard Epstein, MD

Contact Dr. Epstein

111 South 11th Street
Gibbon Building, Suite 6215F
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-6161
(215) 923-5507 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. The risks to patient privacy from publishing data from clinical anesthesia studies
  2. 19DF
  3. Decreasing the Hours That Anesthesiologists and Nurse Anesthetists Work Late by Making Decisions to Reduce the Hours of Over-Utilized Operating Room Time
  4. Markov Chain Monte Carlo methods for estimating surgery duration
  5. Quantifying the Diversity and Similarity of Surgical Procedures among Hospitals and Anesthesia Providers
  6. Quality improvement demands quality data
  7. An online optimization approach for the Real Time Management of operating rooms
  8. Associated roles of perioperative medical directors and anesthesia: Hospital agreements for operating room management
  9. The nature and sources of variability in pediatric surgical case duration
  10. Factors determining the smooth flow and the non-operative time in a one-induction room to one-operating room setting
  11. Use of historical case duration data for estimating the duration of future cases
  12. Data agnosticism and implications on method comparison studies
  13. Abdominal surgery process modeling framework for simulation using spreadsheets
  14. Elective endovascular treatment of unruptured intracranial aneurysms: A management case series of patient outcomes after institutional change to admit patients principally to postanesthesia care unit rather than to intensive care
  15. Management implications for the perioperative surgical home related to inpatient case cancellations and add-on case scheduling on the day of surgery
  16. Variability of subspecialty-specific anesthesia-controlled times at two academic institutions
  17. Explanation for the near-constant mean time remaining in surgical cases exceeding their estimated duration, necessary for appropriate display on electronic white boards
  18. Value of a scheduled duration quantified in terms of equivalent numbers of historical cases