Dr. Kheterpal's career has been focused on the novel use of IT and electronic health records for patient care, quality improvement, and research. He is recognized as a national leader in perioperative large dataset clinical research and has published numerous articles, editorials, and book chapters regarding intraoperative management and long-term postoperative outcomes. He currently serves as Associate Dean for Research Information Technology at the U-M Medical School. Using innovative techniques to integrate administrative, EHR, and registry data across institutions, he also leads the Multicenter Perioperative Outcomes Group (MPOG), a research and quality improvement consortium of more than 50 anesthesiology and surgical departments integrating 17 million patient records. In addition, Dr. Kheterpal is the principal investigator (PI) for the Michigan Predictive Activity & Clinical Trajectories (MIPACT) study, which has already collected health, wearable, and genomic data on more than 7,700 Michigan Medicine patients using an Apple Watch and electronic health records integration. Most recently, he is the PI of the PCORI-funded pragmatic large comparative effectiveness trial, THRIVE (Trajectories of Recovery after Intravenous Propofol vs inhaled VolatilE anesthesia), which will enroll 12,500 patients in a prospective, randomized controlled trial across 12 clinical sites over a 6 1/2-year period.
- M.D., University of Michigan
- M.B.A., University of Michigan
- B.S., University of Michigan