- SITE CHAIR, EMERGENCY MEDICINE, MOUNT SINAI ROOSEVELT, MOUNT SINAI ST. LUKE'S
- ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR Emergency Medicine
American Board of Emergency Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine
MD, Boston University
Residency, Internal Medicine
North Shore University Hospital
Residency, Emergency Medicine
Jacobi Hospital Center
Dr. Dan Wiener graduated from the Boston University School of Medicine in 1984. He completed a residency in Internal Medicine at North Shore University Hospital and a residency in Emergency Medicine at Bronx Municipal Hospital Center. Dr. Wiener is Board certified in Internal and Emergency Medicine
In 1993 Dr. Wiener became one of the founding core faculty members for the new Emergency Medicine Residency at St. Luke’s –Roosevelt. During his tenure at MSSL and MSRH he has been the Director of Pre-hospital Care, Program Director and Site Director at both campuses. As Chairman, he has founded the Divisions of Toxicology, Ultrasound, Global Health and Simulation. In addition to his role as Chairman of the Department, he is the Associate Chief Medical Officer for Mt. Sinai St. Luke’s and Roosevelt. His academic and research interests are focused on process redesign, quality improvement and patient safety. Recent publications have focused on CT utilization in the Emergency Department and the implementation of HIV screening programs with an emphasis on connecting patients with outpatient treatment.
Process Redesign, Quality Improvement and Patient Safety
Dr. Wiener’s academic and research interests are focused on process redesign, quality improvement and patient safety. Recent publications have focused on CT utilization in the Emergency Department and the implementation of HIV screening programs with an emphasis on connecting patients with outpatient treatment.
Kirschner J, Shah K, Runde D, Newman D, Godbout B, Wiener D, Lee J. Patterns in computed tomography utilization among emergency physicians in an urban, academic emergency department. Emergency radiology 2014 Dec; 21(6).
Nakao JH, Wiener DE, Newman DH, Sharp VL, Egan DJ. Falling through the cracks? Missed opportunities for earlier HIV diagnosis in a New York City Hospital. International journal of STD & AIDS 2014 Oct; 25(12).
Quaas J, Derrick B, Mitrani L, Baarbe S, Yarusi B, Wiener D, Newman D. Survey of patient and physician influences and decision-making regarding CT utilization for minor head injury. Injury 2014 Sep; 45(9).
Egan DJ, Nakao JH, VanLeer PM, Pati R, Sharp VL, Wiener DE. Increased rates of rapid point-of-care HIV testing using patient care technicians to perform tests in the ED. The American journal of emergency medicine 2014 Jun; 32(6).
Runde D, Shah K, Naraghi L, Godbout B, Kirschner J, Newman D, Wiener D, Lee J. Computed tomography utilization rates after the placement of a scanner in an emergency department: a single-center experience. Emergency radiology 2014 Oct; 21(5).
Shah K, Quaas J, Rolston D, Bansal S, Bania T, Newman D, Wiener D, Lee J. Magnitude of D-dimer matters for diagnosing pulmonary embolus. The American journal of emergency medicine 2013 Jun; 31(6).
Lee J, Evans CS, Singh N, Kirschner J, Runde D, Newman D, Wiener D, Quaas J, Shah K. Head computed tomography utilization and intracranial hemorrhage rates. Emergency radiology 2013 Jun; 20(3).
Walker GA, Runde D, Rolston DM, Wiener D, Lee J. Emergency department rectal temperatures in over 10 years: A retrospective observational study. World journal of emergency medicine 2013; 4(2).
Lee J, Kirschner J, Pawa S, Wiener DE, Newman DH, Shah K. Computed tomography use in the adult emergency department of an academic urban hospital from 2001 to 2007. Annals of emergency medicine 2010 Dec; 56(6).
Shah K, Teng J, Shah H, Choe A, Darvish A, Newman D, Wiener D. Can bedside ultrasound assist in determining whether serum creatinine is elevated in cases of acute urinary retention?. The Journal of emergency medicine 2010 Aug; 39(2).
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Dr. Wiener has not yet completed reporting of Industry relationships.
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