Positions

Selected Publications

Academic Article

Year Title Altmetric
2019 A 9-Point Risk Assessment for Patients Who Inject Drugs and Require Intravenous Antibiotics: Focusing Inpatient Resources on Patients at Greatest Risk of Ongoing Drug UseClinical Infectious Diseases.  68:1041-1043. 2019
2016 Modeling the impact of healthcare reform on internal medicine service lines within an academic medical center 2016
2016 The E-Coach technology-assisted care transition system: a pragmatic randomized trialTranslational Behavioral Medicine.  6:428-437. 2016
2016 A role for the early warning score in early identification of critical postoperative complicationsAnnals of Surgery.  263:918-923. 2016
2015 Use of a bundle checklist combined with physician confirmation reduces risk of nosocomial complications and death in trauma patients compared to documented checklist use aloneAnnals of Surgery.  262:647-652. 2015
2014 A 100% departmental mortality review improves observed-to-expected mortality ratios and University HealthSystem Consortium rankingsJournal of The American College of Surgeons.  218:554-562. 2014
2014 Documenting quality improvement and patient safety efforts: the quality portfolio. A statement from the academic hospitalist taskforce.Journal of General Internal Medicine.  29:214-218. 2014
2014 Robot-assisted home hazard assessment for fall prevention: A feasibility studyJournal of Telemedicine and Telecare.  20:3-10. 2014
2012 The perioperative management of patients with coronary artery stents: Surveying the clinical stakeholders and arriving at a consensus regarding optimal care 2012
2009 Do hospitalists improve quality?Archives of Internal Medicine.  169:1351-1352. 2009

Education And Training

  • Master of Public Health, Harvard University 2007
  • Doctor of Medicine, University of North Carolina System : Chapel Hill 2001
  • Full Name

  • Benjamin Taylor