Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University
Sidney Kimmel Medical College
Department of Medicine

Riggio, Jeffrey

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Jeffrey M. Riggio, MD

Jeffrey M. Riggio, MD

Contact Dr. Riggio

833 Chestnut Street
Suite 701
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-0735
(215) 503-9239 fax

Medical School

SUNY Medical Center at Syracuse, Medical School


Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

Board Certification

Internal Medicine

Hospital Appointment

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital


Most Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. Amylase testing for abdominal pain and suspected acute pancreatitis
  2. Reducing Co-Ordering of Amylase and Lipase Testing at an Academic Medical Center: A Quality Improvement Project
  3. Patterns of acetaminophen use exceeding 4 grams daily in a hospitalized population at a tertiary care center
  4. Better ventilator settings using a computerized clinical tool
  5. The Hybrid Progress Note: Semiautomating Daily Progress Notes to Achieve High-Quality Documentation and Improve Provider Efficiency
  6. Measuring informed decision making about prostate cancer screening in primary care
  7. Clinical decision support systems to improve utilization of thromboprophylaxis: a review of the literature and experience with implementation of a computerized physician order entry program.
  8. Physicians-in-training attitudes on patient safety: 2003 to 2008
  9. Mediated decision support in prostate cancer screening: A randomized controlled trial of decision counseling
  10. Effectiveness of a clinical decision support system to identify heparin induced thrombocytopenia
  11. Effectiveness of a clinical-decision-support system in improving compliance with cardiac-care quality measures and supporting resident training
  12. Laparoscopic Surgeries
  13. Bloodstream infections in hospitalized adults with sickle cell disease: A retrospective analysis
  14. An Intranet-based System for Inpatient Billing in an Academic Medical Center
  15. Utilization of the office, hospital and emergency department for adult sickle cell patients: A five-year study
  16. Attitudes about patient safety: A survey of physicians-in-training