Meghan Lane-Fall, MD, MSHP

ORCID: 0000-0001-7050-0017 

Most recent CV (July 2018) in .pdf format here.
(LAST WEB UPDATE: July 2018)

EDUCATION

POSTGRADUATE TRAINING AND FELLOWSHIP APPOINTMENTS

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

LICENSURE AND SPECIALTY CERTIFICATION

AWARDS, HONORS, AND MEMBERSHIPS IN HONORARY SOCIETIES

  • 1998: Undergraduate Research Apprenticeship Program, UC Berkeley
  • 1998-2001: Dean’s List, University of California, Berkeley College of Letters and Science (Fall 1998, Fall 1999, Spring 2000)
  • 2000: American Heart Association Western Undergraduate Research Program (Mentor: Marc Hellerstein, MD, PhD)
  • 2001: Phi Beta Kappa, UC Berkeley
  • 2002-2006: Special Scholarship, Yale University School of Medicine
  • 2003: Summer Research Fellowship, Yale University School of Medicine
  • 2005: Short-term Research Fellowship, Yale University School of Medicine
  • 2006: Alpha Omega Alpha, Yale University School of Medicine
  • 2007-2011: Dripps Scholarship, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
  • 2008: American Society of Anesthesiologists Committee on Professional Development Mentorship Award (Mentor: John Ellis, MD)
  • 2011: Philadelphia County Medical Society Vanitha Appadorai Vaidya, MD Award for Humaneness in Medicine (Honorable Mention)
  • 2011: AcademyHealth/Aetna Foundation Minority Scholars Program
  • 2011: Fellow of the Year, Rhoads 5 Surgical Intensive Care Unit, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
  • 2011: Patient Safety Advocate Award, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
  • 2014-2018: Provost’s Faculty Opportunity Fund, University of Pennsylvania
  • 2014: Nominated for Best Teacher, Brain and Behavior Module 2, Perelman School of Medicine
  • 2015: Elected to the Association of University Anesthesiologists
  • 2016: University of Pennsylvania Health System Overall Winner for Quality and Patient Safety Award, Handoffs and Transitions in Critical Care (Team Lead)
  • 2017: Fellow’s Teaching Award for Clinical Excellence in Critical Care Teaching, University of Pennsylvania Medical Center Division of Traumatology and Surgical Critical Care

MEMBERSHIPS IN SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

ACADEMIC AND INSTITUTIONAL COMMITTEES

  • 1999: Campus Committee on HIV/AIDS, University of California at Berkeley
  • 2000: Steering Committee, Berkeley Free Clinic, Berkeley, CA
  • 2001: Secretary, Board of Directors, Berkeley Free Clinic, Berkeley, CA
  • 2002-2006: Human Investigations Committee, Yale School of Medicine
  • 2007-2015: Patient Safety Steering Committee, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
  • 2013-2017: Clinical Competence Committee (residency), Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care, Perelman School of Medicine (PSOM)
  • 2015-present: Call committee, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care, PSOM
  • 2015-present: Clinical Competence Committee (critical care fellowship), Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care, PSOM
  • 2016-2017: Co-chair, Graduate Medical Education Handoff Task Force, Penn Medicine
  • 2016-present Medical Faculty Senate Steering Committee, PSOM
  • 2017-present: Quality and Safety Oversight Committee, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care, PSOM
  • 2017-present: Work-Life Integration Committee, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care, PSOM
  • 2017-present: Health Equity Taskforce, Workforce Subcommittee, PSOM
  • 2018-present: Women in Anesthesia founding faculty member, PSOM
  • 2018-present: Alpha Omega Alpha selection committee, PSOM

MAJOR ACADEMIC AND CLINICAL TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES

Mentoring

  • 2011-present: Physician Mentor, Penn Women’s Biomedical Society
  • 2012-present: Mentoring, Penn undergraduate students
  • 2013-present: Mentoring, Penn anesthesiology residents
  • 2014-present: Mentoring, Penn medical students
  • 2016-present: Faculty mentor, Master of Science in Health Policy Research
  • 2016-present: Faculty mentor, Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Safety fellowship

Non-recurring academic and teaching responsibilities

  • 2010: Grand Rounds, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care, "Insurance and Racial Differences in Long-term Acute Care Utilization After Critical Illness"

  • 2011: Resident and Fellow Lecture, Surgical Intensive Care Unit, "Thromboelastography"

  • 2012: Resident lecture, "Handoffs in anesthesia"

  • 2012: Research in Progress Seminar, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care,
    "Quality of Documentation in Anesthesia at HUP"

  • 2013: Resident lecture, “Post-operative analgesia”

  • 2013: Grand Rounds, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care,
    "Teamwork and Communication in Perioperative Care"

  • 2013: Research in Progress, Penn Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Safety, "Cardiothoracic intensive care unit staffing models"

  • 2013: Guest presenter, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Patient Safety Webinar, “Attending handoffs in the ICU”

  • 2014: Resident lecture, "Handoffs in anesthesia"

  • 2014: Fellow lecture, "Sedatives, hypnotics and analgesics in the ICU"

  • 2014: Instructor/facilitator, Handoff training workshops for Adult Cardio-Thoracic Anesthesia fellows

  • 2014: Research in Progress Seminar, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care, "Handoffs and Transitions in Critical Care: The HATRICC studies"

  • 2014: Research in Progress, Penn Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Safety, "HATRICC: Handoffs and Transitions in Critical Care"

  • 2015: Multidisciplinary pain course, Penn School of Nursing, "Pain management in critically ill patients"
  • 2015: Grand Rounds, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care,
    "Handoffs in Anesthesia and Critical Care"

Recurring academic and teaching responsibilities

  • 2011-Present: Lecturer, Critical Care Nursing Course, "Delirium", quarterly
  • 2011-Present: Instructor, Fundamentals of Critical Care Series, Office of Life Support Education, Penn Medicine, quarterly
  • 2012-Present: Medical Student Lecture, “Sedatives and Hypnotics", annual
  • 2012-Present: Instructor, Advanced Trauma Life Support, Office of Life Support Education, Penn Medicine, quarterly
  • 2012-2015: Facilitator, SICU video review, bi-monthly
  • 2012-2015: Interviewer, Medical student admissions
  • 2012-Present: Interviewer, Anesthesiology and Critical Care residency program
  • 2013-Present: Interviewer, Anesthesiology and Critical Care Adult Critical Care Medicine Fellowship
  • 2015-Present: Facilitator, Doctoring 1A & 1B, Perelman School of Medicine

EDITORIAL POSITIONS

  • 2012- Ad-hoc Reviewer (dates for each journal available upon request): AAMC MedEdPORTAL, Academic Medicine, Anesthesia and Analgesia, Annals of the American Thoracic Society, Annals of Surgery, BMC Anesthesiology, BMC Health Services Research, BMC Medical Education, BMJ Quality & Safety, Critical Care Medicine, Critical Care Nurse, JAMA Network Open, Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety, Journal of Clinical Anesthesia, Journal of Critical Care, PLOS One, Respiratory Care, Simulation in Healthcare. Review records since 2018 are available at: http://publons.com/a/1264312/
  • 2018-present: Assistant Editor: Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation Newsletter
  • 2018-present: Associate Editor: BMC Health Services Research
  • 2018: Guest Editor: Anesthesiology Clinics, “Quality Improvement and Implementation Science”

LECTURES BY INVITATION

  • Sep 2013: "Electronic Health Records and Physician Monitoring", Video presentation to Chinese Society of Anesthesiologists, China

  • Oct 2013: "Bedside procedures: Endotracheal intubation", American College of Surgeons, Washington, DC

  • Oct 2013: "Bedside procedures: Anesthetic considerations", American College of Surgeons, Washington, DC

  • Nov 2013: “Quality and Safety Training in Anesthesia Fellowships”, Society of Academic Anesthesiology Associations, Philadelphia, PA

  • Mar 2014: “Handoffs and Transitions in Critical Care: The HATRICC Studies”, Grand Rounds, Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Anesthesiology

  • Sep 2014: “Handoffs in anesthesia and critical care”, Grand Rounds, Stanford Department of Anesthesiology

  • Oct 2014: "Quality and safety training for the next generation of anesthesiologists", Grand Rounds, Cornell Department of Anesthesiology

  • Nov 2014: "Handoffs in anesthesia and critical care", Grand Rounds, University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Anesthesiology

  • Nov 2014: "Quality and safety training for the next generation of anesthesiologists", Grand Rounds, University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Anesthesiology

  • June 2015: "Implementation research in perioperative care: OR to ICU handoffs", AcademyHealth Perioperative Care and Pain Management Interest Group

  • September 2015: “Implementation and effectiveness of standardized OR to ICU handoffs”, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Department of Critical Care CRISMA conference, Pittsburgh, PA

  • October 2015: “How do clinicians handle information during OR to ICU handoffs?”, oral presentation at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Mid-Atlantic Informatics Symposium, Philadelphia, PA

  •  October 2015: “Handoffs and Transitions in Critical Care (HATRICC): Mixed-methods evaluation and standardization of OR to ICU handoffs in a mixed surgical population”, oral presentation at the American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA

  • February 2016: "Handoffs in anesthesia and critical care: scientific challenges and emerging evidence", Grand Rounds, Department of Anesthesiology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN

  • February 2016: "Neither clinical nor basic science research: how an academic anesthesiologist chose a third path in health services research", BH Robbins resident research seminar, Department of Anesthesiology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN

  • February 2016: "Patient Handoffs: Feedback, Evaluation, and Monitoring Tools", workshop with Lee Ann Riesenberg, PhD, at the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education Annual Educational Conference, National Harbor, MD

  • April 2016: "Post-intensive care syndrome", Multi-departmental Critical Care Core Curriculum Conference Series, University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center, Baltimore, MD

  • May 2016: "The Science of Handoffs", podium presentation at the Association of University Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA

  • May 2016: "Building Dynamic Multidisciplinary Research", podium presentation at the International Anesthesia Research Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA

  • Sept 2016: “Handoffs in anesthesia and critical care: scientific challenges and emerging evidence,” Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Department of Anesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine Grand Rounds, Boston MA

  • Sept 2016 “Transparency, Privacy, and Personal Disclosures in Guideline Development Panels,” Guidelines International Network Conference, Philadelphia, PA

  • Dec 2016: “Evidence supporting clinician acceptance of a standardized handoff process: findings from a hybrid effectiveness-implementation study of operating room to intensive care unit handoffs,” oral presentation at the AcademyHealth/NIH 9th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation, Washington, DC.

  • Dec 2016: “Barriers and facilitators of adherence to a standardized handoff intervention according to different clinician types: findings from a hybrid effectiveness-implementation study of operating room to
    intensive care unit handoffs,” oral presentation at the AcademyHealth/NIH 9th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation, Washington, DC.

  • Jan 2017: Ralph A. Peck Memorial Lectureship, “Mixed methods research comes to anesthesia: Improving OR to ICU handoffs” and “Quality Improvement in Action: How an Adverse Event Revealed Differences in Resident Knowledge about Sedation,” Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Anesthesiology, Milwaukee, WI.

  • Jan 2017: “Handoffs in perioperative care: Learning how to support clinician workflow,” Combined Surgery and Anesthesia Grand Rounds, Christiana Care Health System, Newark, DE.

  • Mar 2017: “Knowing what works is not the same as getting it done: Implementation science applied to perioperative handoffs,” Oregon Health & Science University Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine Grand Rounds, Portland, OR.

  • Mar 2017: “Adopting the human factors perspective in handoff research,” workshop with Lee Ann Riesenberg, PhD, RN, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Healthcare Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

  • Mar 2017: “Communication across the perioperative continuum,” Perioperative Medicine Summit, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

  • May 2017: “What do we know about anesthesia handoffs?” International Anesthesia Research Society Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

  • Sept 2017: “What is a handoff?” Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation Stoelting Conference, Phoenix, AZ

  • Sept 2017: “Perioperative handoffs: what the evidence says (and doesn’t say)” American Association of Nurse Anesthetists Nurse Anesthesia Annual Congress, Seattle, WA.

  • Oct 2017: “Implementation science principles applied to the standardization of perioperative handoffs,” Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

  • Oct 2017: “Assessment of Inter-provider Communication,” workshop with Joshua Davis, MD (Penn State Hershey), International Conference on Communication in Healthcare, Baltimore, MD.

  • Jan 2018: “Implementation science comes to surgery: assessing and standardizing postoperative handoffs in the Christiana Care Health System,” Innovative Discoveries Series, Delaware CTR Accelerating Clinical and Translational Research, Christiana Hospital, Newark, DE. Available at: https://youtu.be/jKT9mMSp6lY

  • Jan 2018: “A critical evaluation of perioperative handoffs: what the literature says and practical next steps,” Ochsner Medical Center Anesthesiology Grand Rounds, New Orleans, LA.

  • Mar 2018: “Why Does It Take So Long to Get Evidence into Practice? A Primer on Implementation Science,” American Medical Women’s Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

  • Apr 2018: “Building an Interdisciplinary Research Team for Implementation Science Research,” International Anesthesia Research Society Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

  • Apr 2018: “The Role of Implementation Science in Patient Safety,” International Anesthesia Research Society Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

  • May 2018: “Breaking the Mold: diversifying the emerging critical care workforce,” American Thoracic Society Annual Conference, San Diego, CA.

  • May 2018: “Transferring care from one provider to another” and “Communication for safety,” Nurse Anesthesia Faculty Associates, Hilton Head, SC.

  • July 2018: “When implementation can’t wait: the use of hybrid effectiveness-implementation designs in hospital-based research,” keynote presentation at the UCSF Research in Implementation Science for Equity Symposium, San Francisco, CA. Available at: https://lecture.ucsf.edu/ets/Play/c345c5a76d0246368c621a3395d7c5bc1d (starts at 03:40)

GRANTS

Current:

  • “Context-specific standardization of operating room to intensive care unit handoffs,” $420,000, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program, 7/2016-6/2020, 70% effort (Role in grant: PI)

  • Provost's Faculty Opportunity Fund, University of Pennsylvania Office of the Provost, 1/2014-12/2018, currently 10% effort (Role in grant: PI)

Past:

  • “Optimizing handoffs from the operating room to the intensive care unit,” $55,801.81, NIH Loan Repayment Program; National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD), 7/2015-7/2017, 0% effort (Role in grant: PI)

  • “Handoffs and Transitions in Critical Care,” $5,000, Penn Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships, 06/2016-08/2016, 0% effort (Role in grant: PI)

  • “Characterizing patient-centered outcomes after severe traumatic injury,” $19,200, University of Pennsylvania McCabe Fund Pilot Award, 7/2015-6/2016, 0% effort (Role in grant: PI)

  • “Characterizing patient-centered outcomes after severe traumatic injury,” $1,980, Penn Presbyterian Medical Center Bach Fund, 7/2015-6/2016, 0% effort (Role in grant: PI)

  • “Optimizing handoffs from OR to ICU,” $150,000, Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation Safety Scientist Career Development Award, 7/2014-6/2016, 33% effort (Role in grant: PI)

  • “Understanding the relationship between intensive care unit physician and nurse staffing patterns and short-term outcomes in cardiac surgery patients,” $70,000, NIH Loan Repayment Program; National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD), 7/2013-6/2015, 0% effort (Role in grant: PI)

  • “Handoffs and Transitions in Critical Care,” $5,500, Penn Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships, 06/2014-08/2014, 0% effort (Role in grant: PI)

  • “Training in critical care health policy research,” NIH National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, T32HL098054-03, 8/2011-8/2013 (David Asch MD MBA, PI), 80% effort (Role in grant: Trainee)

  • American Society of Anesthesiologists Committee on Professional Diversity Mentoring Award, $2,000, 2010 (Role in grant: mentee; mentor: John E. Ellis, MD).

BIBLIOGRAPHY by topic (in reverse chronological order)

Handoffs and other healthcare transitions:

  • Lane-Fall MB, Pascual JL, Massa S, Collard ML, Peifer HG, Di Taranti L, Linehan M, Fleisher LA, Barg FK. Developing a standard handoff process for operating room to intensive care unit transitions: Multidisciplinary clinician perspectives from the Handoffs and Transitions in Critical Care (HATRICC) study.
    Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety, electronically published ahead of print on May 7, 2018. Available at: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1553725017305081 (original research)

  • Barry ME, Hochman BR, Lane-Fall MB, Zappile D, Holena DN, Smith BP, Kaplan LJ, Huffenberger A, Reilly PM, Pascual JL. Leveraging telemedicine infrastructure to monitor operating room to intensive care unit handoffs. Academic Medicine, 92(7):1035-1042, July 2017. PMID: 28198723. (original research)

  • Lane-Fall MB, Pascual JL, Collard ML, Jablonski J, Beidas RS, Gutsche JT, Fleisher LA, Barg FK. Developing a standard OR to ICU handoff process. Abstract/poster presentation at the Society of Critical Care Medicine Annual Congress; 2016 Feb 20-24; Orlando, FL. Published in Critical Care Medicine, Dec 2015, 43(12 Suppl 1): 239-240. (original research)

  • Lane-Fall MB. No matter the perspective, intraoperative handoffs are a problem. Anesthesia & Analgesia, Jan 2016, 122(1): 7-9. PMID: 26678460. (peer-reviewed invited editorial)

  • Hochman BR, Barry ME, Lane-Fall MB, Allen SR, Holena DN, Smith BP, Kaplan LJ, Pascual JL. Handoffs in the intensive care unit: Are off hours a vulnerable time? American Journal of Medical Quality, Mar/Apr 2017, 32(2): 186-193. PMID: 26646283. (original research)

  • Lane-Fall MB, Collard ML, Turnbull A, Halpern SD, Shea JA. ICU attending handoff practices explained: results from a national survey of academic intensivists. Critical Care Medicine, April 2016. PMID: 26588827. (original research)

  • Raiten JM, Lane-Fall MB, Gutsche JT, Kohl BA, Augoustides JG. Transitions of care in the cardiothoracic intensive care unit: a review of handoffs in perioperative cardiac surgery. Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia, Jan 2016, 29(4): 1089-95. PMID: 25910986. (invited review)

  • Lane-Fall MB, Gutsche J, Augoustides Y. Are intraoperative anesthesia handovers associated with harm? Getting to the heart of the matter in cardiac surgery: the search for the hat-trick of quality, safety, and continuous improvement. Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia, Feb 2015, 29(1):8-10. http://dx.doi.org/10.1053/j.jvca.2014.10.024 (invited editorial)

  • Lane-Fall, M. "Patient Handoffs: A High-Stakes Game of Telephone". Blog post, Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics. November 20, 2014.

  • Lane-Fall MB, Beidas RS, Pascual JL, Collard ML, Peifer HG, Chavez TJ, Barry ME, Gutsche JT, Halpern SD, Fleisher LA, Barg FK. Handoffs and transitions in critical care (HATRICC): protocol for a mixed methods study of operating room to intensive care unit handoffs. BMC Surgery 2014, 14:96. doi:10.1186/1471-2482-14-96 (research protocol)

  • Lane-Fall MB, Speck RM, Ibrahim SA, Shea JA, McCunn M, Bosk CL. Are Attendings Different? Intensivists Explain Their Handoff Ideals, Perceptions, and Practices. Annals of the American Thoracic Society. 11(3):360-66, Mar 2014. PMID: 24328937. (original research)

  • Lane-Fall MB, Brooks AK, Wilkins SA, Davis JJ, Riesenberg L. Addressing the Mandate for Handoff Education: A Focused Review and Recommendations for Anesthesia Resident Curriculum Development and Evaluation. Anesthesiology. 120(1): 218-29, Jan 2014. PMID: 24212196. (peer-reviewed review; cross-listed with Medical Education)

Teamwork and collaboration:

  • Martin ND, Pisa MA, Collins TA, Robertson MP, Sicoutris CP, Bushan N, Saucier J, Martin A, Reilly PM, Lane-Fall M, Kohl B. Advanced practitioner-driven critical care outreach to reduce intensive care unit readmission mortality. Int J Acad Med 1:3-8, 2015. (original research)

  • Lane-Fall MB and Gutsche JT. The challenge of studying and improving perioperative teamwork, and yes, another checklist. Anesthesia & Analgesia, Oct 2015, 121(4): 852-3. PMID: 26378687. (peer-reviewed invited editorial)

  • Lane-Fall MB, Maguire C, and Hoke, L. “Teamwork and Collaborative Practice in the Intensive Care Unit.” Intensive Care Unit Manual 2nd edition, Lanken P, Manaker S, Kohl B, Hanson CW (eds.), Elsevier, 2014. ISBN-13: 9781416024552. (book chapter)

Healthcare quality and safety (excluding handoff work):

  • Amaral AC, Taneva S, Morita PP, Lane-Fall M. Who Is Responsible for Mitigating Work Fatigue of Critical Care Clinicians-the Individual or the System? Annals of the American Thoracic Society, Sep 2016; 13(9): 1453-5. PMID: 27627474.

  • Ramaswamy T, Lane-Fall MB, Brown S, Fleisher LA, Neuman MD. Nighttime intensivist staffing in Pennsylvania cardiac surgery ICUs. Accepted for poster presentation at the Society of Critical Care Medicine Annual Congress; 2016 Feb 20-24; Orlando, FL. Published in Critical Care Medicine, Dec 2015, 43(12 Suppl 1): 329.

  • Clark K, Guidi J, Upton M, Faust H, Betesh J, Feeley, D, Hanish A, Lane-Fall M, Mikkelsen M, Schweickert W, Smith K, Tait G, Vanzandbergen C, Umscheid C, Fuchs B. Provider Perception of the Effectiveness of an Early Warning System for Sepsis in an Academic Medical Center. Annals of the American Thoracic Society, Oct 2015;12(10):1514-9. PMID: 26288388. (original research)

  • Lane-Fall MB and Weiss MS. “Engineering Excellence in Non-Operating Room Anesthesia.” Non-Operating Room Anesthesia, Weiss MS and Fleisher LA (eds.), Saunders, Aug 2014. ISBN-13: 9781455754151. (book chapter)

  • Lane-Fall, M. “Why patients deserve full disclosure about treatment.” Philadelphia Inquirer, December 29, 2013. (op-ed)

  • Lane-Fall, M. “Their ties could be your neck.” Philadelphia Inquirer, October 26, 2012. (op-ed)

Outcomes research, including risk adjustment:

  • Kerlin MP, Adhikari NK, Rose L, Wilcox ME, Bellamy CJ, Costa DK, Gershengorn HB, Halpern SD, Kahn JM, Lane-Fall MB, Wallace DJ, Weiss CH, Wunsch H, Cooke CR; ATS Ad Hoc Committee on ICU Organization. An Official American Thoracic Society Systematic Review: The Effect of Nighttime Intensivist Staffing on Mortality and Length of Stay among Intensive Care Unit Patients. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Feb 2017. 195(3): 383-393. PMID: 28145766. (peer-reviewed review)
  • Lane-Fall M, Neuman M. Making sense of surgical risk when the data aren’t perfect. Anesthesia and Analgesia. 119(2):237-8, Aug 2014. PMID: 25046782. (invited editorial)
  • Lane-Fall MB, Neuman MD. Outcomes measurement and risk adjustment. International Anesthesiology Clinics, Fall 2013, 51(4): 10-21. PMID: 24088885. (invited editorial)

  • Lane-Fall MB, Iwashyna TI, Cooke CR, Benson NM, Kahn JM. Insurance and racial differences in long-term acute care utilization after critical illness. Critical Care Medicine, April 2012, 40(4):1143-1149. PMID: 22020247. (original research; cross-listed with Race in healthcare)

Medical education:

  • Pieczynski L, Raiten J, Lane-Fall MB. Differences in sedation-related knowledge among residents from six specialties. Anesthesia & Analgesia Case Reports, March 2016, 6(6): 163-71. PMID: 26571484. (research letter)

  • Lane-Fall MB, Brooks AK, Wilkins SA, Davis JJ, Riesenberg L. Addressing the Mandate for Handoff Education: A Focused Review and Recommendations for Anesthesia Resident Curriculum Development and Evaluation. Anesthesiology, Jan 2014. 120(1): 218-29. PMID: 24212196. (peer-reviewed review; cross-listed with Handoffs)

Race in healthcare:

  • Lane-Fall MB, Miano TA, Aysola J, Augoustides JG. Diversity in the Emerging Intensivist Workforce: Trends in Critical Care Fellows from 2004-2014. Accepted for poster presentation at the Society of Critical Care Medicine Annual Congress; 2016 Feb 20-24; Orlando, FL. Published in Critical Care Medicine, Dec 2015, 43(12 Suppl 1): 167. (abstract)
     
  • Lane-Fall M. Accommodating bigotry. JAMA. 311(2): 139-40, Jan 2014. PMID: 24399550. (peer-reviewed perspective). 

Clinical topics:

  • Gutsche JT, Mikkelsen ME,  McCarthy FH, Miano TA, Vernick WJ, Ramakrishna H, Patel PA, Augoustides Y, Szeto WY, Desai ND,
    Lane-Fall MB, Williams ML. "Veno-Venous Extracorporeal Life Support in Hemodynamically Unstable Patients With ARDS." Anesthesia & Analgesia, in press. PMID: 27749338. DOI: 10.1213/ANE.0000000000001646

  • Collard ML and Lane-Fall MB. “What are the Indications for Intubating the Critically Ill Patient?”, Evidence-Based Practice of Critical Care, 2nd edition, Deutschman C and Neligan P (eds.). Saunders/Elsevier, Jan 2016. ISBN-13: 978-0323299954. (book chapter)

  • Antosh S and Lane-Fall M. “Anesthesia.” The Surgical Review 4th edition, Porrett PM, Drebin JA, Atluri P, Karakousis GC, Roses, RE (eds.), Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, Sep 2015. ISBN-13: 978-1451193329. (book chapter)

  • Lane-Fall MB. “Black Box FDA Warnings and Legal Implications.” Essentials of Pharmacology for Anesthesia, Pain Medicine, and Critical Care, Kaye A (ed.), Springer, Nov 2014. ISBN-13: 978-1461489474. (book chapter)

  • Lane-Fall M, “Hyperphosphatemia”, “Hypophosphatemia”, “Porphyia”. Anesthesia and Coexisting Diseases. Playford HR, Moitra VK, Meltzer J, Sladen RN, Editors. PocketMedicine.com,Inc., New York, NY, 2014. (electronic book chapters)

  • Lane-Fall MB, Kohl BA, Hanson CW. “Use of neuromuscular blocking agents.” Intensive Care Unit Manual 2nd edition, Lanken P, Manaker S, Kohl B, Hanson CW (eds.), Elsevier, 2014. ISBN-13: 978-1416024552. (book chapter)

  • Lane-Fall M, and Miano T. “Antiviral Drugs”. Chapter 22.2 in Pharmacology in Anesthesia Practice, Gupta A and Singh ND (eds.), Oxford University Press, Mar 2013. ISBN-13: 978-0199782673. (book chapter)

  • Chenitz KB, and Lane-Fall MB. Decreased urine output and acute kidney injury in the PACU. Anesthesiology Clinics 30(3): 513-26, September 2012. PMID: 22989592. (invited review)

  • Lane M, Esterlis I, Tello A, Vesga-Lopez O, Zonana H, Jean-Baptiste M. Using the internet for clinical information gathering about unidentified psychiatric patients. Journal of Psychiatric Practice 12(5): 324-6, September 2006. PMID: 16998422. (case series report)

Other publications:

  • Karlsson AC, Deeks S, Barbour J, Heiken B, Younger S, Hoh R, Lane M, Sallberg M, Ortiz G, Demarest J, Liegler T, Grant R, Martin J, Nixon D. Dual pressure from antiretroviral therapy and cell-mediated immune response on the human immunodeficiency virus type 1 protease gene. Journal of Virology 77(12): 6743-6752, June 2003. PMCID: PMC156163 / PMID: 12767994. (original research)

  • Liu R, Lane-Fall MB, Hanson CW, Atkins JG, Liu J, Fleisher LA. Medical Informatics and Opportunity for Anesthesiologists. Forum of Anesthesia and Monitoring 20(4), August 2013. PMID: 24436722.

Abstracts and Poster Presentations (last 3 years):

  • Ramaswamy T, Lane-Fall MB, Brown S, Fleisher LA, Neuman MD. Nighttime intensivist staffing in Pennsylvania cardiac surgery ICUs. Accepted for poster presentation at the Society of Critical Care Medicine Annual Congress; 2016 Feb 20-24; Orlando, FL. Published in Critical Care Medicine, Dec 2015, 43(12 Suppl 1): 329.

  • Lane-Fall M, Pascual JL, Collard ML, Jablonski J, Beidas RS, Gutsche JT, Fleisher LA, Barg FK. Developing a standard OR to ICU handoff process. Accepted for poster presentation at the Society of Critical Care Medicine Annual Congress; 2016 Feb 20-24; Orlando, FL. Published in Critical Care Medicine, Dec 2015, 43(12 Suppl 1): 239-240.

  • Lane-Fall MB, Miano TA, Aysola J, Augoustides JG. Diversity in the Emerging Intensivist Workforce: Trends in Critical Care Fellows from 2004-2014. Accepted for poster presentation at the Society of Critical Care Medicine Annual Congress; 2016 Feb 20-24; Orlando, FL. Published in Critical Care Medicine, Dec 2015, 43(12 Suppl 1): 167.

  • Lane-Fall MB, Collard ML, Gutsche JT, Pascual JL, Peifer HG, Barry ME, Beidas RS, Halpern SD, Barg FK, Fleisher LA. Handoffs and Transitions in Critical Care (HATRICC): Mixed-methods evaluation and standardization of operating room to intensive care unit handoffs for a mixed surgical population. Oral presentation at: American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting; Oct 2015; San Diego, CA.

  • Lane-Fall MB, Collard ML, Turnbull A, Halpern SD, Shea JA. ICU attending handoff practices explained: results from a national survey of academic intensivists. Poster presented at: AcademyHealth Quality and Value Interest Group Meeting; June 2015; Minneapolis, MN.

  • Hochman BR, Barry ME, Lane-Fall MB, Allen SR, Holena DN, Smith BP, Kaplan LJ, Pascual JL. Handoffs in the intensive care unit: are off hours a vulnerable time? Oral presentation at: Southwestern Surgical Congress; 2015 Apr 26-29; Monterey, CA.

  • Lane-Fall MB, He X, Wiltse Nicely KL, Fleisher LA, Neuman MD. There is more than one way to make a team: physician and nurse staffing patterns in Pennsylvania cardiac surgery intensive care units. Abstract/poster presented at: AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting; June 2014; San Diego, CA. (In-progress findings from same project presented at Association of University Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting; April 2014; Palo Alto, CA and Society of Critical Care Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting; 2013 Oct 11; San Francisco, CA)

  • Clark K, Guidi J, Upton M, Faust H, Betesh J, Feeley, D, Hanish A, Lane-Fall M, Mikkelsen M, Schweickert W, Smith K, Tait G, Vanzandbergen C, Umscheid C, Fuchs B. Provider Perception of the Effectiveness of an Early Warning System for Sepsis in an Academic Medical Center. Poster presented at: Children’s Hospital Of Philadelphia Annual Mid-Atlantic Healthcare Informatics Symposium; 2013 Apr 26; Philadelphia, PA.

  • Lane-Fall MB, Spivey JR, Mullen-Fortino M, Kohl BA, Reilly PM, Pascual JL. Novel integration of critical event video review for performance improvement in the intensive care unit. Poster presented at: Academy for Healthcare Improvement Research Conference; 2013 Apr 25-26; Arlington, VA.

  • Pisa M, Collins T, Robertson M, Sicoutris C, Bushan N, Saucier J, Martin A, Reilly P, Lane-Fall M, Kohl B. Use of a Critical Care Nurse Practitioner-Driven Outreach Initiative to Reduce Readmission Mortality. Abstract/poster presented at: Society of Critical Care Medicine Annual Meeting; 2013 Jan 19-23; San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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