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Michael P. Goldsmith, MD
Michael P. Goldsmith
Technology and Information Systems Officer, Cardiac Center

Dr. Goldsmith examines how clinicians can best capture, analyze, and visualize patient physiologic vital sign data to understand underlying disease physiology and make better informed decisions.

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Bio

Dr. Goldsmith is interested in clinical informatics in the critical care environment. He's specifically focused on the ways clinicians interact with patient-generated data to make clinical decisions. Dr. Goldsmith has studied the impact of high-frequency vital sign monitoring on bias in conventional EMR reporting, the impact of analytic algorithms in supporting clinician decision making, and trying to understand how to make these clinical decision support tools more useful in the clinical space. His ongoing research looks at ways to improve clinician comprehension and decision-making.

Education and Training

BA, University of Virginia, (Biology and Psychology), 2006

MD, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, 2010

Internship, Johns Hopkins Hospital (Pediatrics)

Fellowship, Johns Hopkins Hospital (Pediatrics)

Fellowship, Boston Children's Hospital (Pediatric Cardiology), 2017

Senior Fellowship, Boston Children's Hospital (Pediatric Cardiac Critical Care), 2018

Titles and Academic Titles

Technology and Information Systems Officer, Cardiac Center

Assistant Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine

Attending Physician, Cardiac Critical Care Medicine

Professional Memberships

American Heart Association, 2017-

Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Society, 2017-

Professional Awards

Tommy Kaplan Fellow, Endowed merit-based senior fellowship within cardiovascular center at Boston Children’s Hospital, 2017-2018
Top Abstract by a Trainee, 12th Annual Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Society, 2016
Farley Fellowship Award, Boston Children’s Hospital, Merit award for contribution to clinical and academic service, 2016
Elizabeth A. Harbison Family Award, VCU School of Medicine, Award given to most promising graduating 4th year medical student pursuing Pediatrics, 2010
Grandis Family Scholarship, VCU School of Medicine’s only full-tuition merit-based scholarship, 2006-2010

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