Mr. Slow (Mr. Men and Little Miss)

Program Director/Principal Investigator (Last, First, Middle):
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
Provide the following information for the Senior/key personnel and other significant contributors in the order listed on Form Page 2.
Follow this format for each person. DO NOT EXCEED FOUR PAGES.
NAME
Thomas C. Bailey
eRA COMMONS USER NAME (credential, e.g., agency login)
Baileyt2
POSITION TITLE
Professor of Medicine
EDUCATION/TRAINING (Begin with baccalaureate or other initial professional education, such as nursing, include postdoctoral training and
residency training if applicable.)
DEGREE
INSTITUTION AND LOCATION
MM/YY
FIELD OF STUDY
(if applicable)
William Jewell College, Liberty, MO
Washington University, St. Louis, MO
Washington University, St. Louis, MO
Washington University, St. Louis, MO
A.B.
M.D.
Residency
Fellow
1980
1984
1984-1987
1988-1991
Biology & Chemistry
Medicine
Internal Medicine
Infectious Diseases
A. Personal Statement
As Director of Medical Informatics at Washington University and BJC Healthcare I have extensive experience
with the analysis of large datasets, conducting and facilitating epidemiologic research projects, and mentoring
junior investigators. I am therefore well-suited to serve as a mentor for Dr. Roe.
B. Positions and Honors
Employment/Experience:
1984-1987
Internal Medicine Residency, Washington University School of Medicine, Barnes
Hospital and John Cochran Veterans Administration, St. Louis, MO
1987-1988
Critical Care Physician, DePaul Hospital, St. Louis, MO
1988
Assistant Physician, Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, MO
1988-1991
Infectious Diseases Fellow, Washington University School of Medicine
1991-1992
Instructor in Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, Washington University School of
Medicine
1992-1997
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Washington University School of Medicine
1993-Present Infectious Diseases Consultant, St. Louis County Department of Health
1994-Present Medical Director of Tuberculosis Control, St. Louis County Department of Health
1998-Present Director, Medical Informatics, Washington University School of Medicine and BJC
Healthcare, St. Louis, MO
1998-2008
Associate Professor of Medicine, Washington University School of Medicine
2008-Present Professor of Medicine, Washington University School of Medicine
Honors:
Undergraduate: Summa Cum Laude with Honors in Biology
Medical School: Fulbright/Swyers Scholar
Medical Fund Prize in Internal Medicine, 1988
Fellowship:
Knowlton Incentive for Excellence Award, 1988
National Foundation for Infectious Diseases Travel Award, 1991
1996:
Computerworld Smithsonian Award to Washington University School of Medicine for
GermWatcher/GermAlert
1998:
Computerworld Smithsonian Award to Washington University Medical Informatics Lab and
BJC Health System, for Computer Assisted Healthcare Quality Improvement
1998:
National Hospital Pharmacy Quality Award, presented by Abbott Laboratories to BarnesJewish Hospital, for DoseChecker and PharmADE
2004:
ASHP Best Practice Award: Initiation of Secondary Prevention Medications for Myocardial
Infarction using Technology-Assisted Pharmacist Intervention
2004:
AHRQ Healthcare Information Technology Implementation Special Emphasis Panel
2009:
Best Doctors in America, Infectious Diseases
PHS 398/2590 (Rev. 06/09)
Page
Biographical Sketch Format Page
Program Director/Principal Investigator (Last, First, Middle):
C. Selected Peer-reviewed Publications
1. Kilbridge PM, Noirot LA, Reichley RM, Berchelmann KM, Schneider C, Heard KM, Nelson M, Bailey
TC. Computerized surveillance for adverse drug events in a pediatric hospital. J Am Med Inform
Assoc. 2009 Sep-Oct;16(5):607-12. PMCID: PMC2744710
2. Chipara O, Brooks C, Bhattacharya S, Lu C, Chamberlain RD, Roman GC, Bailey TC. Reliable Realtime Clinical Monitoring Using Sensor Network Technology. AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2009; 103–107.
PMCID: PMC2815421
3. Woeltje KF, Butler AM, Goris, AJ, Tutlam NT, Doherty JA, Westover MB, Ferris V, Bailey TC.
Automated Surveillance for Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infection in Intensive Care Units.
Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol. 2008 Sep;29(9):842-6.
4. Bailey TC, Noirot LA, Blickensderfer A, Rachmiel E, Schaiff R, Kessels A et al. An intervention to
improve secondary prevention of coronary heart disease. Archives of Internal Medicine. 2007;167:586590. PMID: 17389290
5. Huang Y, Noirot LA, Heard KM, Reichley RM, Dunagan WC, and Bailey TC. Migrating toward a NextGeneration Clinical Decision Support Application: The BJC HealthCare Experience. AMIA Annu Symp
Proc. 2007; 2007: 344–348. PMCID: PMC2655891
6. Bailey TC, Noirot LA, Gage BF, Li X, Shannon W, Waterman B et al. Improving adherence to
coronary heart disease secondary prevention medication guidelines at a community hospital. AMIA
Annu Symp Proc. 2006:850. PMCID: PMC1839691
7. McKinnon PS, Reichley RM, Noirot LA, Dunagan WC, Bailey TC. Prospective Validation of an
Algorithm to Identify Hospitalized Diabetic Patients Using Administrative Data. AMIA Annu Symp Proc.
2006; 2006: 1029. PMCID: PMC1839704
8. Reichley RM, McKinnon M, Seaton TL, Noirot LA, Dunagan WC, Bailey TC. Adherence to
dyslipidemia treatment guidelines in diabetic patients. AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2006:;1071. PMCID:
PMC1839247
9. Kuperman GJ, Reichley RM, Bailey TC. Using commercial knowledge bases for clinical decision
support: opportunities, hurdles, and recommendations. J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2006;13:369-71.
PMCID:PMC1513681
10. Doherty JA, Noirot LA, Mayfield J, Ramiah S, Huang C, Dunagan WC, Bailey TC. Implementing
GermWatcher™, an Enterprise Infection Control Application. AMIA Annu Symp Proc.;2006: 209–213.
PMCID: PMC1839697
11. Bailey TC, Noirot LA, Gage BF, Li X, Shannon WD, Waterman B, Sinha S, Bouselli DA, Reichley RM,
Goldberg AC, Dunagan WC. Improving Adherence to Coronary Heart Disease Secondary Prevention
Medication Guidelines at a Community Hospital. AMIA Annu Symp Proc.; 2006: 850. PMCID:
PMC1839691
12. Krainik AJ, Reichley RM, Gage BF, Dunagan WC, Bailey TC. Construction and validation of an
automated model for the early identification of patients hospitalized for heart failure. AMIA Annu Symp
Proc. 2005;1010. PMCID:PMC1560565
13. Noirot LA, Reichley R, Dunagan WC, Bailey TC. Using outpatient prescription claims to evaluate
medication adherence in an acute myocardial infarction population. AMIA Annu Symp Proc.
2005;1062. PMCID:PMC1560571
14. Reichley RM, Rachmiel E, Seaton T, Noirot L, Longyhore D, Dunagan WC, Bailey TC. Intervention to
improve dyslipidemia screening in hospitalized diabetics. AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2005;1093.
PMCID:PMC1560788
15. Reichley RM, Seaton TL, Resetar E, Micek ST, Scott KL, Fraser VJ, Dunagan WC, Bailey TC.
Implementing a commercial rule base as a medication order safety net. J Am Med Inform Assoc.
2005;12:383-89. PMC1174882
16. Mao Y, Chen Y, Hackmann G, Chen M, Lu C, Kollef M, and Bailey TC. Early Deterioration Warning for
Hospitalized Patients by Mining Clinical Data, International Journal of Knowledge Discovery in
Bioinformatics, 2(3):1-20, 2012.
PHS 398/2590 (Rev. 05/01)
Page ______
Biographical Sketch Format Page
Program Director/Principal Investigator (Last, First, Middle):
17. Y. Mao, W. Chen, Y. Chen, C. Lu, M. Kollef, and T. Bailey, An Integrated Data Mining Approach to
Real-time Clinical Monitoring and Deterioration Warning. Proc. ACM SIGKDD Conference (KDD-12),
2012.
18. R. Dor, G. Hackmann, Z. Yang, C. Lu, Y. Chen, M. Kollef and T. Bailey, Experiences with an End-ToEnd Wireless Clinical Monitoring System, Wireless Health (WH'12), October 2012
D. Research Support
Ongoing Research Support
R18 HS017010 (AHRQ) 09/01/07-08/31/2010 Role: Principal Investigator
Surveillance for adverse drug events in ambulatory pediatrics; Goal is to develop automated surveillance for
ADEs in pediatric patients.
UL1 RR024992 (NIH/NCRR) 9/17/07–5/31/2012 Role: Investigator
Washington University Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences: Biomedical Informatics Core CoDirector. Goal is to facilitate translational research through biomedical informatics infrastructure.
2R56HL070790-05 (NIH/NHLBI) 8/15/2009-8/14/2010 Role: Principal Investigator
Assisted Detailing to Improve Guideline Adherence: Goal is to improve physician adherence to national
guidelines for primary and secondary adherence of coronary heart disease, and to improve patient adherence
to statins using informatics approaches.
UL1 RR024992 (NIH/NCRR) 6/1/2010-5/31/2012 Role: Principal Investigator
Early Warning System for Clinical Deterioration on General Medical Wards. Goal is to develop models for
predicting clinical deterioration in hospitalized patients using electronically available data, and to develop and
test wireless sensors for more intensive monitoring of these at risk patients.
Pending Research Support
2R01HL070790-05A1 (NIH/NHLBI) 12/1/2009-11/30/2013 Role: Principal Investigator
Assisted Detailing to Improve Guideline Adherence: Goal is to improve physician adherence to national
guidelines for primary and secondary adherence of coronary heart disease, and to improve patient adherence
to statins using informatics approaches.
U01HL105221-01 (NIH / NHLBI) 01/01/2011– 12/31/2014 Role: Co-Principal Investigator
INpatient Screening and Intervention to Stop Tobacco Smoking (INSISTS): Goal is to identify candidates and
implement smoking cessation in hospitalized patients using electronically available data.
1R01HS019820-01 (AHRQ) 10/1/2010-9/30/2013 Role: Prinicipal Investigator
PDQ Warehouse for Prospective Comparative Effectiveness Research: Goal is to further develop infrastructure
for comparative effectiveness research using electronically available data collected in the process of routine
care.
PHS 398/2590 (Rev. 05/01)
Page ______
Biographical Sketch Format Page
`