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profileStephen K. Epstein, M.D.

TitleAssistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
InstitutionBeth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
DepartmentEmergency Medicine
AddressBeth Israel Deaconess Med Ctr
Dept. of Emergency Medicine, W/CC-2
One Deaconess Rd
Boston MA 02215
Phone617/754-2323
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  1. Ali NJ, McWilliams JM, Epstein SK, Smulowitz PB. Emergency Department Involvement in Accountable Care Organizations in Massachusetts: A Survey Study. Ann Emerg Med. 2017 Aug 12. PMID: 28811123.
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  2. McClelland M, Asplin B, Epstein SK, Kocher KE, Pilgrim R, Pines J, Rabin EJ, Rathlev NK. The Affordable Care Act and emergency care. Am J Public Health. 2014 Oct; 104(10):e8-10. PMID: 25121814.
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  3. Burke LG, Joyce N, Baker WE, Biddinger PD, Dyer KS, Friedman FD, Imperato J, King A, Maciejko TM, Pearlmutter MD, Sayah A, Zane RD, Epstein SK. The effect of an ambulance diversion ban on emergency department length of stay and ambulance turnaround time. Ann Emerg Med. 2013 Mar; 61(3):303-311.e1. PMID: 23352752.
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  4. Handel D, Epstein S, Khare R, Abernethy D, Klauer K, Pilgrim R, Soremekun O, Sayan O. Interventions to improve the timeliness of emergency care. Acad Emerg Med. 2011 Dec; 18(12):1295-302. PMID: 22168194.
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  5. Epstein SK, Huckins DS, Liu SW, Pallin DJ, Sullivan AF, Lipton RI, Camargo CA. Emergency department crowding and risk of preventable medical errors. Intern Emerg Med. 2012 Apr; 7(2):173-80. PMID: 22009553.
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  6. Braithwaite SA, Pines JM, Asplin BR, Epstein SK. Enhancing systems to improve the management of acute, unscheduled care. Acad Emerg Med. 2011 Jun; 18(6):e39-44. PMID: 21676048.
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  7. Hwang U, McCarthy ML, Aronsky D, Asplin B, Crane PW, Craven CK, Epstein SK, Fee C, Handel DA, Pines JM, Rathlev NK, Schafermeyer RW, Zwemer FL, Bernstein SL. Measures of crowding in the emergency department: a systematic review. Acad Emerg Med. 2011 May; 18(5):527-38. PMID: 21569171.
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  8. Friedman FD, Rathlev NK, White L, Epstein SK, Sayah A, Pearlmutter M, Biddinger P, Zane R, Moyer P. Trial to end ambulance diversion in Boston: report from the conference of the Boston teaching hospitals consortium. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2011 Apr; 26(2):122-6. PMID: 21888732.
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  9. Epstein SK. Regionalization findings in the national report card of the state of emergency medicine. Acad Emerg Med. 2010 Dec; 17(12):1349-50. PMID: 21122018.
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  10. Hoot NR, Epstein SK, Allen TL, Jones SS, Baumlin KM, Chawla N, Lee AT, Pines JM, Klair AK, Gordon BD, Flottemesch TJ, LeBlanc LJ, Jones I, Levin SR, Zhou C, Gadd CS, Aronsky D. Forecasting emergency department crowding: an external, multicenter evaluation. Ann Emerg Med. 2009 Oct; 54(4):514-522.e19. PMID: 19716629; PMCID: PMC2800127.
  11. Smulowitz PB, Ngo L, Epstein SK. The effect of a CT and MR preauthorization program on ED utilization. Am J Emerg Med. 2009 Mar; 27(3):328-32. PMID: 19328378.
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  12. Epstein SK, Burstein JL, Case RB, Gardner AF, Herman SH, Hirshon JM, Jermyn JW, McKay MP, Mitchiner JC, Sullivan WP, Wagner MJ, Beer S, Tiberi L, Price C, Cunningham R, Wilkerson D, Bromley M, Geist M, Gore L, Singh CA, Wheeler G, Gleason SF, Decker J, Gwinner VM, Schwalberg RH. The National Report Card on the State of Emergency Medicine: evaluating the emergency care environment state by state 2009 edition. Ann Emerg Med. 2009 Jan; 53(1):4-148. PMID: 19111195.
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  13. Bernstein SL, Aronsky D, Duseja R, Epstein S, Handel D, Hwang U, McCarthy M, John McConnell K, Pines JM, Rathlev N, Schafermeyer R, Zwemer F, Schull M, Asplin BR. The effect of emergency department crowding on clinically oriented outcomes. Acad Emerg Med. 2009 Jan; 16(1):1-10. PMID: 19007346.
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  14. Epstein SK. Wheezing. 5-Minute Emergency Consult (in press). 2007.
  15. Epstein SK, Tian L. Development of an emergency department work score to predict ambulance diversion. Acad Emerg Med. 2006 Apr; 13(4):421-6. PMID: 16581932.
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  16. Gardner AF, Aiken JB, Case RB, Epstein SK, Fields WW, Malinowski RT, Packard DC, Schneider SM, Wilkerson D. The National Report Card on the State of Emergency Medicine. 2006.
  17. Epstein SK. Dizziness (Vertigo). Davis MA, Votey S editors. Signs & Symptoms in Emergency Medicine: Literature Based Approach to Emergency Conditions. 2006.
  18. SK Epstein. Ear Pain. Davis MA, Votey S editors. Signs & Symptoms in Emergency Medicine: Literature Based Approach to Emergency Conditions. 2006.
  19. Epstein SK. The Internet as an Educational Tool: What's Hot. 2005.
  20. Epstein SK. Heat Wave Disasters. Antosia R, editor. Disaster Medicine. 2005; in press.
  21. Epstein SK. The Development of an Emergency Department Workscore. Acad Emerg Med. 2004; 11(5):484.
  22. Epstein SK. Smoking and Emergency Medicine. Cigarettes: What the Warning Label Doesn't Tell You. 2003.
  23. Epstein SK. Wheezing. Schaider JJ, et al. ed. Rosen & Barkin's 5-Minute Emergency Medicine Consult. 2003.
  24. Epstein SK, Slate DH. The Massachusetts College of Emergency Physicians' Ambulance Diversion Survey. Acad Emerg Med. 2002; 8(5):526-7.
  25. Epstein SK, Brown, J. Ear Pain. Davis MA, editor. Signs & Symptoms in Emergency Medicine: Literature Based Approach to Emergency Conditions. 1999; 110-113.
  26. Farrell SE, Epstein SK. Overdose of Rogaine Extra Strength for Men topical minoxidil preparation. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol. 1999; 37(6):781-3. PMID: 10584592.
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  27. Epstein SK. Dizziness (Vertigo). Davis MA, editor. Signs & Symptoms in Emergency Medicine: Literature Based Approach to Emergency Conditions. 1999; 106-109.
  28. Epstein SK. ACEP Committees. ACEP: A Guide for Young Physicians. 1998.
  29. Anonymous. Beware of Heat Stroke Hazards. Facts from the American College of Emergency Physicians. 1998.
  30. Anonymous. Don't Let Sports Sprains & Strains Sideline You. Facts from the American College of Emergency Physicians. 1997.
  31. Young GP, Wagner MB, Kellerman AL, Ellis J, Bouley D, 24 Hours in the ED Study Group (Epstein SK). Ambulatory visits to hospital emergency departments: Patterns and reasons for use. JAMA. 1996; 276(6):460-465.
  32. Epstein SK. Smoking and Emergency Medicine. London WM, editor. Cigarettes: What the Warning Label Doesn't Tell You. 1996.
  33. Epstein SK, Crimmins TE, Sterner S, Clinton JE. The Effect of Managed Care Enrollment on Emergency Department Visits. Acad Emerg Med. 1995; 2(5):#039.
  34. Anonymous. Lightning: Myths and Realities. Facts from the American College of Emergency Physicians. 1995.
  35. Anonymous. Your Insurance Plan: Are You Covered In An Emergency?. Facts from the American College of Emergency Physicians. 1995.
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