Education and Training
Pediatrics - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
Pediatrics - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA (Chief Resident, 2011-2012)
Clinical Informatics Fellow - The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
American Academy of PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsClinical InformaticsPediatric Advanced Life Support
MD - New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY
Titles and Academic Titles
Attending Physician, Division of General Pediatrics
Clinical Champion, Epic Electronic Health Record
Urgent Care Attending Physician, Division of Emergency Medicine
Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics, Department of Pediatrics, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
Departments and Services
Utidjian LH, Kinsman SB. Chapter 85: Eating Disorders. Netter’s Pediatrics, Elsevier, 2011.
Posters and Presentations
Bailey C, Grundmeier RW, Karavite D, Michel J, Utidjian L, Shelov E. User-Centered Methods to Optimize Clinical Decision Support: Examples from Pediatrics with Applicability to All Care Settings. Panel presentation, Health IT Enabled Quality Improvement: A Clinical Decision Support Workshop, Penn Institute for Biomedical Informatics and The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Department of Biomedical and Health Informatics. Apr 2015, Philadelphia, PA.
Utidjian LH, Desai B, Haecker T, Winston M, Zorc J, Grundmeier R. Improving inpatient asthma care plan compliance rates through informatics optimization interventions. Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting, April 2015, San Diego, CA.
Utidjian L, Grundmeier R. A Novel Approach to Asthma Care Plan Creation. Part of PEARLS: Asthma Action Plans joint session. Epic’s 2014 Physician Advisory Council, April 1, 2014, Verona, WI.
Utidjian LH, Bonafide CP, Shelov E, DelSignore LA, Lockwood KK, Hicks PJ. Rapid-cycle optimization of an EHR-integrated handover tool. 6th Annual Mid-Atlantic Healthcare Informatics Symposium, Spring 2013, Philadelphia, PA.
Bonafide CP, Byrd C, Shelov E, Utidjian L. Optimizing the physician signout report. Epic’s 2012 User Group Meeting, September 2012, Verona, WI.
Utidjian LH. Clinical Conundrums: A Hypertensive Boy. Pediatric Hospital Medicine 2012 Meeting, Covington, KY.
Utidjian LH, Bonafide CP, Shelov E, DelSignore LA, Lockwood KK, Hicks PJ. Rapid-cycle optimization of an EHR-integrated handover tool. Pediatric Hospital Medicine 2012 Meeting, Covington, KY.
Utidjian LH, Bonafide CP, Shelov E, DelSignore LA, Lockwood KK, Hicks PJ. Rapid-cycle optimization of an EHR-integrated handover tool. Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting, Spring 2012, Boston, MA.
Editorial and Academic Positions
2015-present, Healthcare: The Journal of Delivery Science and Innovation
2014 – present, Member, Corticosteroids Clinical Pathway Committee
2011 – present, Member, Clinical Informatics Council
2011 – present, Member, Clinical Decision Support Committee
2011 – present, Member, Asthma Care Committee
2011 – present, Member, Asthma Clinical Science and Research Committee
2010 – present, Interviewer, Pediatric Residency Intern Selection Committee
Leadership and Memberships
Memberships in Professional Organizations
2013 – present, Academic Pediatric Association (Co-Chair, Special Interest Group in Medical Informatics and Electronic Health Records, 2013 – present)
2012 – present, American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA)
2008 – present, American Academy of Pediatrics (Fellow, 2011 – present)
Patient Experience Ratings
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