Dr. Flanders’ research and policy work focuses on the areas of quality improvement and patient safety. His research interests include hospitalists, hospital-acquired conditions and their prevention, dissemination of patient safety and quality improvement practices, and the diagnosis and treatment of lower respiratory infections, including community- and healthcare-acquired pneumonias. Dr. Flanders helped develop and now leads the Michigan Hospital Medicine Safety (HMS) consortium, a hospitalist-focused quality collaborative focused on preventing adverse events in hospitalized patients.
- M.D., University of Chicago
- B.S., Mechanical Engineering/Bioengineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign