David C Kaelber MD, PhD, MPH, FAAP, FACP
- D Bar-Shain, M Stager, A Runkle, J Leon, and DC Kaelber. Direct Messaging to Parents/Guardians to Improve Adolescent Immunizations. Journal of Adolescent Health. 2015. 2015 May;56(5 Suppl):S21-6. PMID:25863550.
- AG Fiks, RW Grundmeier, J Steffes, WG Adams, DC Kaelber, WD Pace, and RD Wasserman. Comparative Effectiveness Research Through Collaborative Electronic Reporting (CER2) Consortium. Pediatrics. 2015 Jul;136(1):e215-24. PMID:26101357
- DC Kaelber, R Waheed, D Einstadter, TE Love, RD Cebul. Use and Perceived Value of Health Information Exchange – One Public Healthcare System’s Experience. American Journal of Managed Care (Special Health Information Technology issue). Am J Manag Care. 2013; 19(10 Spec No. 10):SP337-343. PMID:24511888.
- V Patel and DC Kaelber. Using Aggregated, De-Identified Electronic Health Record Data for Multivariate Pharmacosurveillance: A Case Study of Azathioprine. Journal of Biomedical Informatics (Special Clinical Research Informatics issue). 2013 Oct 28. pii: S1532-0464(13)00161-5. PMID:24177317.
- ML Hanson, PW Gunn, and DC Kaelber. Underdiagnosis of Hypertension in Children and Adolescents. Journal of the American Medical Association. 2007 Aug 22; 298(8):874-9. PMID:17712071.
Dr. Kaelber leads the health informatics as the Director of the Center for Clinical Informatics Research and Education (CCIRE). CCIRE is imbedded in the 60-plus person operational Center for Health Informatics and Population Engagement. He is Board Certified in Clinical Informatics, the Chief Medical Informatics Officer of the MetroHealth System, and a practicing internist and pediatrician. He also is Site Principal Investigator and Informatics Lead for Case Western Reserve University’s Clinical and Translational Science Center Biomedical Research Information Management Core for the last 9 years. Dr. Kaelber created and is the Fellowship Program Director for Case Western Reserve University’s ACGME Clinical Informatics Fellowship Program.
Dr. Kaelber’s research focuses on clinical informatics/clinical research informatics, specifically electronic health records (EHR), personal health records, clinical decision support, telemedicine, and using EHRs for chronic disease detection and management.