DeLisle, M.D., M.B.A., C.M.
Associate Professor of Medicine
Associate Chief of Staff for performance improvement, Baltimore VA Medical Center
Medicine: Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Special Interests: Intensive Care Pulmonary Physiology
Medical Degree: McGill University
Residency: Royal Victoria Hospital, McGill University
Fellowship: McGill University, Pulmonary Medicine; University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Critical Care
Certification: Internal Medicine; Pulmonary Diseases; Critical Care Medicine
Dr. DeLisle uses systematic process-of-care analysis and medical informatics to deploy scientific evidence to the point-of-care. He is interested in measuring how informatics tools can improve patient safety and health outcomes. In particular, he leads a team that designs novel software tools that introduce decision support at the time of medication order entry. Health and economic outcomes of these tools are measured through the development and the query of large clinical, laboratory and administrative databases. Dr. DeLisle is the Principal Investigator of a research program that use those same databases for the purpose of bioterrorism surveillance. Dr. DeLisle is a member of the VA Medical Advisory Panel, a group of 11 physicians that directly help manage the VA National Formulary.
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Current Rank: Associate Professor of Medicine and Physiology
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