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Lauren B. Meade, MD

Medicine Department   Image  
General Medicine Division
  • Associate Director, Internal Medicine Residency Program, Baystate Medical Center
  • Associate Professor of Medicine, Tufts University School of Medicine
  • Women's Health Track Director, Residency Training Program, Baystate Medical Center
Baystate Medical Center
759 Chestnut Street
Springfield, MA 01199
  • Internal Medicine Residency
    Baystate Medical Center/Tufts University School of Medicine
    Springfield, MA
  • University of California at San Francisco Medical School
    San Francisco, CA
Areas of Interest
  • Milestones for competency based education
  • Teamwork for patient centered medical home
  • Transition of care medicine translational research
Committee Appointments
  • Chair, Ambulatory Peer Review, Baystate
  • Chair, Women Advancing and Achieving in Medicine, Baystate
  • Member, Clinical Competence Committee for Resident Training, Baystate
  • Member, Medicine Peer Review, Baystate
  • Member, Medical Staff By Laws Committee, Baystate
  • Member, Educational Innovation Program, Baystate
Professional Service
  • Chair, Educational Innovations Milestones Collaborative Study
  • 2011 Fall APDIM Fall Meeting, San Antonio. October 15, 2010. Workshop “Applying the Internal Medicine Milestones: Lessons of a Multi-Institutional Collaborative.” Lauren Meade, Cheryl O’Malley, Kelly Caverzagie, Ron Jones. 
  • 2011 Fall APDIM Fall Meeting, San Antonio. October 15, 2010.  Workshop “Kicking it up a notch...fundamental residency redesign in the new millennium.” Michael Rosenblum, Lauren Meade.
  • 2011 ACGME Education Conference, Nashville. March 6. Plenary “Milestones: Theory to Practice.” Tom Nasca, Susan Swing, Lauren Meade.
  • 2007 Rosenblum MJ, Borden SH, McArdle P, Meade LB, Picchioni MS, Stefan M, Hinchey KT, Baystate Medical Center EIP WorkgroupThe Baystate Manager Model. Academic Internal Medicine Insight, 2007, 5(2):18
  • 2007 Heelon MW,  Skiest D, Tereso G, Meade L, Weeks J, Pekow P, and Rothberg MB.  Effect of a clinical pharmacist’s interventions on duration of antiretroviral-        related errors in hospitalized patients. American Journal of Health–Systems Pharmacy. 64(19); 2064-2068.