Pamela Rosenkranz RN, BSN, M.Ed is the Director of Clinical Quality and Patient Safety for the Department of Surgery at Boston Medical Center. She provides comprehensive direction, oversight and leadership to improve outcomes and diminish costs through standardization of best practice across service lines. Over the past few years she has established a multidisciplinary collaboration to compose quality improvement grants and research projects within the Department. She works closely with BU MPH students as a Directed Study QI Preceptor and BUSM4 medical students as a faculty advisor for the Quality Improvement elective. She serves as a clinical resource to multidisciplinary teams both at Boston Medical Center and with Essential Hospitals and as a CIIS Affiliate Faculty member. Her data analysis efforts identify opportunities to improve patient care and outcomes. She identifies trends and areas of improvement directing the development and implementation of new clinical programs to deliver excellent outcomes with increased efficiency and value. Her goal is to continue to inspire and motivate everyone she works with to ensure a culture of safety by providing the highest standard of care for our patients.
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- Published on 4/8/2022
Wilson SB, Shaikh SP, Rosenkranz P, Rush I, Kandadai P, Wang DS, McAneny D. Multidisciplinary Project to Prevent Postoperative Urinary Tract Infection. J Am Coll Surg. 2022 Jun 01; 234(6):1101-1109. PMID: 35703805.
- Published on 8/23/2021
Wilson S, Sutherland E, Razak A, O'Brien M, Ding C, Nguyen T, Rosenkranz P, Sanchez SE. Implementation of a Frailty Assessment and Targeted Care Interventions and Its Association with Reduced Postoperative Complications in Elderly Surgical Patients. J Am Coll Surg. 2021 12; 233(6):764-775.e1. PMID: 34438081.
- Published on 4/18/2021
Ghio M, Vallès K, Aly S, Simpson JT, Guidry C, Rosenkranz P, McAneny D. I text for I COUGH: A clinical pilot study to evaluate the impact of text messaging upon postoperative ambulation in the hospital. Am J Surg. 2022 Feb; 223(2):360-363. PMID: 33879328.
- Published on 7/8/2020
Vaughn SC, Talutis SD, Cassidy MR, Sachs TE, Drake FT, Rosenkranz P, Rao SR, McAneny D. Two novel risk factors for postoperative venous thromboembolism: A reconsideration of standard risk assessment and prophylaxis. Am J Surg. 2020 11; 220(5):1338-1343. PMID: 32773172.
- Published on 3/30/2020
Talutis SD, Lee SY, Cheng D, Rosenkranz P, Alexanian SM, McAneny D. The impact of preoperative carbohydrate loading on patients with type II diabetes in an enhanced recovery after surgery protocol. Am J Surg. 2020 10; 220(4):999-1003. PMID: 32252984.
- Published on 1/30/2020
Cassidy MR, Rosenkranz P, Macht RD, Talutis S, McAneny D. The I COUGH Multidisciplinary Perioperative Pulmonary Care Program: One Decade of Experience. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf. 2020 05; 46(5):241-249. PMID: 32122711.
- Published on 7/1/2019
Subramanian ML, Badami A, Vavrek F, Rosenkranz P, Rowe S. Phone Interviews for Preoperative Medical Evaluation for Cataract Surgery. J Gen Intern Med. 2019 07; 34(7):1121-1122. PMID: 30734189.
- Published on 2/2/2017
Macht R, Gardner I, Talutis S, Rosenkranz P, Doherty G, McAneny D. Evaluation of a Standardized Risk-Based Venous Thromboembolism Prophylaxis Protocol in the Setting of Thyroid and Parathyroid Surgery. J Am Coll Surg. 2017 Jun; 224(6):1029-1035. PMID: 28161482.
- Published on 9/2/2016
Kapoor A, Shaffer NS, McDonough CM, White DK, Wang N, Rosenkranz P, Glantz A, McAneny D, Doherty GM, Cabral HJ, Gurwitz JH, Fielding RA, Jette AM, Silliman RA. Examining New Preoperative Assessment Tools. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2016 10; 64(10):e102-e104. PMID: 27590632.
- Published on 12/24/2015
Cassidy MR, Macht RD, Rosenkranz P, Caprini JA, McAneny D. Patterns of Failure of a Standardized Perioperative Venous Thromboembolism Prophylaxis Protocol. J Am Coll Surg. 2016 Jun; 222(6):1074-80. PMID: 26821972.
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