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Joel S. Tieder, MD

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Joel S. Tieder, MD

Pediatrics-Inpatient, Hospital Medicine

On staff since September 2003

Academic Title: Assistant Professor

"Hospitalization is an extremely stressful event for both the child and the caregiver. The experience is wrought with uncertainty. Delivering quality care in this situation requires an in-depth understanding of the healthcare environment, expert knowledge of the scientific evidence, a strong base of experience, skilled communication, and a compassionate and empathetic heart. I believe it is our responsibility to inspire all generations to continually improve healthcare delivery."

Recommendations

MysieShoreline, WA05.16.12
Dr. Tieder took great care with our daughter from the day she was admitted to Children's Hospital as a three-day-old patient. Throughout our four day stay, he remained optimistic, sensitive, and very knowledgeable. Our family highly recommends Dr. Tieder for anyone who finds themselves in need of a children's doctor and/or diagnostician.
Recommend Dr. Joel Tieder

Overview

Board Certification(s)
Pediatrics
Medical/Professional School
Georgia Health Sciences University, Augusta
Residency
Pediatrics, University of Utah Medical Center, Salt Lake City
Clinical Interests

Pediatric hospitalist medicine, Inpatient pediatric outcomes research

Research Description

The primary focus of my research is on improving the quality of care in the pediatric inpatient setting. Areas of interest include acute gastroenteritis, apparent life threatening events, risk stratification models, and resource utilization.

Research Focus Area

Quality Improvement

Awards and Honors

Award NameAward DescriptionAwarded ByAward Date
Dean's Research AwardGerogia Health Sciences University

Publications

Discordant antibiotic therapy and length of stay in children hospitalized for urinary tract infection.
Journal of hospital medicine : an official publication of the Society of Hospital Medicine , 2012 Oct: 7(8)622-7
Accuracy of administrative billing codes to detect urinary tract infection hospitalizations.
Pediatrics , 2011 Aug: 128(2)323-30
Training paediatricians to follow guidelines for the management of acute gastroenteritis improves guideline adherence and reduces the duration of diarrhoea in young children.
Evidence-based medicine , 2010 Jun: 83-4
Training paediatricians to follow guidelines for the management of acute gastroenteritis improves guideline adherence and reduces the duration of diarrhoea in young children.
Evidence-based medicine , 2010 Jun: 15(3)83-4
A Pragmatic Approach to ALTEs
Contemporary Pediatrics , Nov. 26, 2009: 1154-63
Pediatric hospital adherence to the standard of care for acute gastroenteritis.
Pediatrics , 2009 Dec: e1081-7
Pediatric hospital adherence to the standard of care for acute gastroenteritis.
Pediatrics , 2009 Dec: 124(6)e1081-7
Variation in inpatient resource utilization and management of apparent life-threatening events.
The Journal of pediatrics , 2008 May: 629-35, 635.e1-2
Variation in inpatient resource utilization and management of apparent life-threatening events.
The Journal of pediatrics , 2008 May: 152(5)629-35, 635.e1-2
Newborn care by pediatric hospitalists in a community hospital: effect on physician productivity and financial performance.
Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine , 2008 Jan: 74-8
Newborn care by pediatric hospitalists in a community hospital: effect on physician productivity and financial performance.
Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine , 2008 Jan: 162(1)74-8
Tintinallis Emergency Medicine. A Comprehensive Study Guide 7th ed. American College of Emergency Physicians; c2010.
Sudden Infant Death syndrome and Apparent Life Threatening Events ,
AAP Pediatric Hospital Medicine Manual
Chapter on Apparent Life Threatening Events , : In Press
EMedHome.com Podcast: Emergency Department Management of Apparent Life Threatening Events
EMedHome.com ,

Primary Office

Seattle Children's
M1-13 - Hospital Medicine
4800 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105
206-987-6218

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