Attending Physician, Division of Hospital Medicine
Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics
Michael Vossmeyer, MD, has participated in the development of the hospitalist program at Cincinnati Children's. He was instrumental in developing and spreading family-centered rounding at Cincinnati Children's and has made numerous invited presentations on the subject. He was co-designer of the Pediatric Early Warning System and collaborated in its implementation and dissemination. Currently he is working to increase collaboration between community physicians who admit and care for their patients and the hospitalist faculty.
Patient and family centered care
Hospital Medicine, Hospital Medicine
MD: University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 1979.
Residency: Pediatrics, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 1982.
Certification: Pediatrics, 1987.
Increasing PCP and Hospital Medicine Physician Verbal Communication During Hospital Admissions.
Zackoff, MW; Graham, C; Warrick, D; Pulda, K; Gosdin, C; Simpson, B; Marischen, J; Bunch, P; Vossmeyer, M; Mussman, GM.
Using Quality Improvement to Introduce and Standardize the National Early Warning Score (NEWS) for Adult Inpatients at a Children's Hospital.
Conway-Habes, EE; Herbst, BF; Herbst, LA; Kinnear, B; Timmons, K; Horewitz, D; Falgout, R; O'Toole, JK; Vossmeyer, M.
Improving the reliability of verbal communication between primary care physicians and pediatric hospitalists at hospital discharge.
Mussman, GM; Vossmeyer, MT; Brady, PW; Warrick, DM; Simmons, JM; White, CM.
Journal of hospital medicine (Online).
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