Jeremy M. Kahn, MD, MS

Professor of Critical Care Medicine and Health Policy & Management
Vice Chair for Academic Affairs

Contact Information

jeremykahn[at]pitt.edu
412-683-7601

Administrative Contact:
Brandon McLaughlin

Education & Training

BA, History, University of Virginia, 1995 
MD, University of Virginia, 1999 
Residency, Internal Medicine, University of Chicago, 2002
Fellowship, Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine, University of Washington, 2006
MS, Epidemiology, University of Washington, 2005
 

Research, Clinical & Academic Interests

  • ICU organization and management
  • Clinical decision making and translation of evidence into practice
  • Quality measurement, benchmarking, and regionalization of critical care
  • Social and economic determinants of outcomes in critical care


Kahn JM, Cicero BD, Wallace DJ, Iwashyna TJ. Adoption of intensive care unit telemedicine in the United States. Critical Care Medicine. 2014 Feb;42(2):362.

Kahn JM, Benson NM, Appleby D, Carson SS, Iwashyna TJ. Long-term acute care hospital utilization after critical illness. JAMA. 2010 Jun 9;303(22):2253-9.

Kim MM, Barnato AE, Angus DC, Fleisher LF, Kahn JM. The effect of multidisciplinary care teams on intensive care unit mortality. JAMA Internal Medicine. 2010 Feb 22;170(4):369-76.

Kahn JM, Goss CH, Heagerty PJ, Kramer AA, O'brien CR, Rubenfeld GD. Hospital volume and the outcomes of mechanical ventilation. New England Journal of Medicine. 2006 Jul 6;355(1):41-50.
 

Director, Program on Critical Care Health Policy and Management, CRISMA Center
Director, CRISMA Research Fellowship
Medical Director, University of Pittsburgh Health Services Research Data Center
Affiliate Faculty, University of Pittsburgh Health Policy Institute
 

Austrian Award for Junior Faculty Research, University of Pennsylvania, 2007
Young Investigator Award, American Thoracic Society Behavioral Science Assembly, 2010
Elected Member, American Society of Clinical Investigation
Chair, NIH Scientific Review Group—Health Services, Outcomes, and Delivery