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Albert G. Crawford, PhD, MBA

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901 Walnut Street
10th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-0748
(215) 503-7598 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Implementing the Physician Quality Reporting System in an Academic Multispecialty Group Practi Lessons Learned and Policy Implications
  2. A predictive model of hospitalization risk among disabled medicaid enrollees
  3. Major perioperative morbidity does not affect long-term survival in patients undergoing esophagectomy for cancer of the esophagus or gastroesophageal junction
  4. The need for customized and standardized health care quality measures
  5. Is gastrectomy safe in the elderly? A single institution review
  6. Quality of care for 2 common pediatric conditions treated by convenient care providers.
  7. Ventral hernia repairs: 10-Year single-institution review at thomas jefferson university hospital
  8. Comparison of GE centricity electronic medical record database and national ambulatory medical care survey findings on the prevalence of major conditions in the United States
  9. Prevalence of obesity, type II diabetes mellitus, hyperlipidemia, and hypertension in the United States: Findings from the GE centricity electronic medical record database
  10. Synthetic and biological mesh in component separation: A 10-year single institution review
  11. Optimal technical management of stump closure following distal pancreatectomy: A retrospective review of 215 cases
  12. Examining the effectiveness of an opt-in approach to prenatal human immunodeficiency virus screening
  13. Quality measurement in diabetes care.
  14. Changes in Operative Case Experience for General Surgery Residents: Has the 80-Hour Work Week Decreased Residents' Operative Experience?
  15. The effects of a computer-tailored message on secondary prevention in type 2 diabetes: A randomized trial
  16. Cumulative Operative Experience Is Decreasing During General Surgery Residency: A Worrisome Trend for Surgical Trainees?
  17. Have endovascular procedures negatively impacted general surgery training?
  18. Association between frequency of telephonic contact and clinical testing for a large, geographically diverse diabetes disease management population
  19. A focused telephonic nursing intervention delivers improved adherence to A1c testing
  20. Use of antibiotics for adult upper respiratory infections in outpatient settings: A national ambulatory network study