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Jeffrey Gene Kaplan, MD

Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Department of Primary Care

Courses Taught:

Physical Diagnosis

Education/Training:

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia after SUNY Upstate Medical University , Syracuse, NY

Board Certifications:

Pediatrics

Academic Appointments:

Active Adjunct Faculty: NY Medical College; Westchester Medical Center; Touro School of Osteopathic Medicine.

Complex Care Solutions (mid-level practitioner Quality review; Outpatient training, Pace University) Board: HARP.org (advocacy)

Selected Publications:

Med. Economics’ post: http://medicaleconomics.modernmedicine.com/node/418062 2/27/2016

Invited Presentations:

Medical Economics' (MedEc) blogs

The strategic agenda for real reform lies in creating a value-based healthcare delivery system, writes Dr. Jeffrey Gene Kaplan in his recent  blog.  Read what he believes should happen:

2/27/16   “Why are we wasting money on healthcare with poor outcomes?”  https://t.co/HXRt8xEt4s

3/26/16  “Who is ruining the healthcare system?”  http://goo.gl/XaZ7vr

4/16/16  “Managed care is the best way to reform healthcare”  http://goo.gl/qLTxeg

6/18/16  “10 tips to reduce poor quality healthcare, unjustified care costs.”  http://goo.gl/bbj3MU

9/10/16 “Better quality will equal better pay for physicians.”  http://bit.ly/2cw02Ow