Andrew Fine, MD, MPH
|Hospital Title||Attending Physician, Division of Emergency Medicine|
|Academic Title||Assistant Professor of Pediatrics|
350 Longwood Avenue
Longwood Galleria Suite
Boston, MA 02115
A specialist in Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Dr. Andrew Fine’s research focuses on bridging public health informatics with medical decision sciences. He has published a series of innovative manuscripts demonstrating the methods and the value of incorporating epidemiological context into medical decision making. The research examines approaches to building models that incorporate local trends and help guide rational testing and treatment for diseases of great public health importance, including meningitis, pertussis, Lyme disease and group A streptococcal pharyngitis. Dr. Fine also is engaged actively in a project evaluating the emergency evaluation of pediatric syncope. Dr. Fine has received several teaching awards and serves as a group tutorial leader for the required Clinical Epidemiology and Population Health course for 1st year Harvard Medical School students. Dr. Fine has been elected to The Society for Pediatric Research.
About Andrew Fine:
Andrew Fine received his MPH at John's Hopkins University and received his MD from the University of Pennsylvania. He served as a Chief Resident at the University of California, San Francisco, and then moved to Boston Children’s Hospital where he completed his Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship and continued as a Research Fellow for the Center of Biopreparedness for two years after.
- Fine, A. M., V. Nizet, et al. (2011). "Improved diagnostic accuracy of group A streptococcal pharyngitis with use of real-time biosurveillance." Annals of Internal Medicine 155(6): 345-352.
- Fine, A. M., J. S. Brownstein, et al. (2011). "Integrating spatial epidemiology into a decision model for evaluation of facial palsy in children." Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine 165(1): 61-67.
- Fine, A. M., B. Y. Reis, et al. (2010). "Use of population health data to refine diagnostic decision-making for pertussis." Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 17(1): 85-90.
- Fine, A. M., L. A. Kalish, et al. (2009). "Parent-driven technology for decision support in pediatric emergency care." Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf 35(6): 307-315.