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Dr. William Feaster, MD

  • Scientist

MD, MBA

wfeaster@ur.rochester.edu

Curriculum Vitae


Bio

William W. (Bill) Feaster, MD, ’76 is the Chief Health Information Officer at Children’s Hospital of Orange County, California (CHOC Children’s). He received a medical degree from the University Of Rochester School Of Medicine and an MBA from Saint Mary’s College of California.

Selected Publications

Peer-Reviewed Articles

  • Feaster W, Kwok L, Epstein C: Gene dosage effects for superoxide dismutase – I in nucleated cells aneuploid for chromosome 21. American Journal of Human Genetics 29: 563-570, 1977.
  • Springer M, Olson K, and Feaster W: Acute massive digoxin overdose: Survival without the use of digitalis-specific antibodies. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 4: 364-368, 1986.
  • Burgess L, Herdman T, Berg, B, Feaster, W, Hebsur S: Alarm limit settings for early warning systems to identify at-risk patients. Journal of Advanced Nursing 65(9) 1844-1852, 2009.
  • Kadry, B; Feaster, W; Macario, A; Ehrenfeld, J: Anesthesia Information Management Systems: Past, Present, and Future of Anesthesia Records. Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine 79(1): 154-165, 2012.
  • Ehwerhemuepha L, Feaster W, Kain Z: Impact of anesthesiologists on parental perioperative satisfaction scores. Pediatric Anesthesia. 2017; 27(9) 949-954
  • Ehwerhemuepha L, Schultz S, Feaster W. Clinical and Psychosocial Factors Associated With Patient Experience. Clinical Pediatrics. 2017, Oct 1:9922817737078
  • Ehwerhemuepha L, Bendig, D, Steele, C, Rakovski, C and Feaster W: The Effect of Malnutrition on the Risk of Unplanned 7-day Readmission in Pediatrics. Hosptial Pediatrics, 8(4): 207-213, 2018.
  • Ehwerhemuepha L, Finn S, Rothman MJ, Rakovski C, Feaster W. A novel model for enhanced prediction and understanding of unplanned 30-day pediatric readmission. Hosp Pediatr. 2018. (In Press)

Books

  • Berhow, M, Feaster W, Brock-Utne, J: Life After Residency: A Career Planning Guide. New York: Springer US, 2009

Book Chapters

  • Feaster WW: Grand Mal Seizures. Pediatric Perspective. In: Daily RH, Simon B, and Young G, eds. The Airway: Emergency Management (Mosby Yearbook). St. Louis: The C.V. Mosby Co., 1992.
  • Feaster WW: Oral Endotracheal Intubation: Pediatric Perspective. In: Daily RH, Simon B, and Young G, eds. The Airway: Emergency Management (Mosby Yearbook). St. Louis: The C.V. Mosby Co., 1992.
  • Clark JT, Feaster WW: Croup and Epiglottitis. In: Daily RH, Simon B, and Young G, eds. The Airway: Emergency Management (Mosby Yearbook). St. Louis: The C.V. Mosby Co., 1992.
  • Huhn SL, Feaster WW, Larson PL: Pediatric Neurosurgery. In: Jaffe RA and Samuels SL, eds. Anesthesiologist’s Manual of Surgical Procedures. Third Edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2004.
  • Edwards ME, Huhn SL, Feaster WW, Struyk BP: Pediatric Neurosurgery. In: Jaffee RA and Samuels SL, eds. Anesthesiologist’s Manual of Surgical Procedures. Fourth Edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009

Abstracts

  • Feld LH, Urquhart ML, Feaster WW, and White PF: Pre-medication in children: Oral versus intramuscular midazolam (abstract): Anesthesiology 69: A745, 1988.
  • Monaco F, Feaster W, McQuitty J, and Nickerson BG: Continuous non-invasive oxygen saturation monitoring in sick newborns (abstract). Respiratory Care 18: 1362, 1983.
  • Chow JL, Williams DM, Lemmens HJ, Feaster W, and Brock-Utne JG. A New Approach To Evaluate Early Postoperative Respiratory Compromise in Morbidly Obese Patients (abstract): Anesthesiology 101: A1554, 2004

Non-Peer Reviewed Articles

  • Feaster, WW. What Should You Say: Your Hospital Administrator Wants Your Group to Adopt and Automated Anesthesia Information System. CSA Bulletin 58(2) 34-36, 2009.