Christopher A. Longhurst, MD, FACMI
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Christopher A. Longhurst, MD, FACMI

Pediatrician (Kids / Children Specialist) - General


  • Board Certified
  • Accepts Insurance Plans


Christopher Longhurst, MD, is a board-certified pediatrician who specializes in the care of newborns. As a newborn hospitalist, he meets with parents and their babies during their postpartum stay in the hospital, providing daily care to infants. This care includes newborn examinations, screening tests and performing procedures such as circumcision and frenotomy. Dr. Longhurst also serves as chief … Read more ›

Provider Training

UC Davis School of Medicine, Sacramento, CAMedical DegreeMedical DegreeNot Specified
Newborn HospitalistMedical DegreeMedical DegreeNot Specified
Chief Information OfficerMedical DegreeMedical DegreeNot Specified
Stanford University, School of Medicine, Stanford, CAOther DegreeOther DegreeNot Specified
UC Davis, Sacramento, CAOther DegreeOther DegreeNot Specified

Residency - Stanford University Medical Center2004
Internship - Lucile Packard Chldns Hospital Stanford UNot Specified
Internship - Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford CA 2002
Internship - Stanford University School of Medicine CA 2002
Residency - Stanford University Hospital, PediatricsNot Specified

CertificationCert. BodyYear
PediatricsNot Specified

Experience & Accolades

Fellowship Director Clinical Informatics, Stanford University Medical Center
2014 - 2014
Member VP of Analytics, Stanford Children's Health
2012 - 2014
Member Chief Medical Information Officer, Stanford Children's Health
2010 - 2014
Medical Director Clinical Informatics, Stanford Children's Health
2007 - 2010
Member Physician Lead, Clinical Informatics, Stanford Children's Health
2004 - 2007

Top 25 Clinical Informaticist, Modern Healthcare 2010-2012
Stanford University School of Medicine, Office of the Dean Letter of Teaching Distinction 2011-2013
Stanford University School of Medicine Faculty Fellows Leadership Program 2010

Publication Publisher Title Published
Other PublicationHealth affairs (Project Hope)A 'green button' for using aggregate patient data at the point of care.2014
Other PublicationJAMA : the jourl of the American Medical AssociationRefocusing medical education in the EMR era.2013
Other PublicationNEW ENGLAND JOURL OF MEDICINEEvidence-Based Medicine in the EMR Era2011
Other PublicationPEDIATRICSDecrease in Hospital2010
Other PublicationPediatric critical care medicineOptimizing care of adults with congenital heart disease2014
Other PublicationPediatricsUse of Electronic Medical Record-Enhanced Checklist and Electronic Dashboard to Decrease CLABSIs.2014
Other PublicationJourl of patient safetyCore drug-drug interaction alerts for inclusion in pediatric electronic health records with2014
Other Publicationjourl of pediatricsAssociation between Maintence Fluid Tonicity and Hospital-Acquired Hypotremia.2013
Other PublicationACADEMIC MEDICINEMedical Education in the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) Era: Benefits, Challenges2013
Other PublicationPediatricsA clinical case of electronic health record drug alert fatigue: consequences for patient outcome.2013
Other PublicationPediatric critical care medicineEmbedding time-limited laboratory orders within computerized provider order entry reduces2013
Other PublicationOnline jourl of public health informaticsImmunization registries in the EMR Era.2013
Other PublicationJourl of healthcare information magement : JHIMUsing an Evidence-Based Approach to EMR Implementation to Optimize Outcomes2013
Other PublicationArchivos argentinos de pediatriaRights and responsibilities of electronic health records (EHR) users caring for children.2013
Other PublicationPEDIATRIC CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICAReducing Mortality Related to Adverse Events in Children2012
Other PublicationJOURL OF ADOLESCENT HEALTHSpecial Requirements for Electronic Medical Records in Adolescent Medicine2012
Other PublicationPEDIATRICSInternet Access and Attitudes Toward Online Persol Health Information Among Detained Youth2012
Other PublicationJoint Commission jourl on quality and patient safety / Joint CommissioIntegrating the home magement plan of care for children with2012
Other PublicationBRITISH MEDICAL JOURLHealth information technology and patient safety2012
Other PublicationNeoReviewsNeotal Informatics: Optimizing Clinical Data Entry and Display.2012
Other PublicationJourl of participatory medicineImpact of an EMR-Based Daily Patient Update Letter on Communication2012
Other PublicationAPPLIED CLINICAL INFORMATICSRapid Implementation of Inpatient Electronic Physician Documentation at an Academic Hospital2012
Other PublicationNeoReviewsNeotal Informatics: Transforming Neotal Care Through Translatiol Bioinformatics.2012
Other PublicationHealthcare informatics : the business magazine for information and comAn evidence-based approach to activating your EMR.2011
Other PublicationPEDIATRIC ANLSA 15-Year-Old Girl with Dysphagia, Failure to Thrive2011
Other PublicationJOURL OF PERITOLOGYImpact of electronic medical record integration of a h2011
Other PublicationPEDIATRICSComputerized Physician Order Entry With Decision Support Decreases Blood Transfusions in Children2011
Other PublicationAPPLIED CLINICAL INFORMATICSSociotechnical Challenges of Developing an Interoperable Persol Health Record Lessons Learned2011
Other PublicationNeoReviewsNeotal Informatics: Computerized Physician Order Entry.2011
Other PublicationJourl of participatory medicineImplementing an Interoperable Persol Health Record in Pediatrics2011
Other PublicationNeoReviewsNeotal Informatics: Information Technology to Support Handoffs in Neotal Care.2011
Other PublicationNUTRITION IN CLINICAL PRACTICEVitamin D-Deficient Rickets in a Child With Cow's Milk Allergy2010
Other PublicationJoint Commission jourl on quality and patient safety / Joint CommissioImproved physician work flow after integrating sign-out notes into the electronic medical record.2010
Other PublicationJoint Commission jourl on quality and patient safety / Joint CommissioDevelopment of a Web2009
Other PublicationAMERICAN JOURL OF SURGERYAlphanumeric paging in an academic hospital setting2006
Other PublicationPEDIATRICSPerceived increase in mortality after process2006
Other PublicationPEDIATRICS IN REVIEWIndex of suspicion2004
Other PublicationNutrition in clinical practiceA practical guideline for calculating parenteral nutrition cycles.2003
Other PublicationCLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASESIsolation of Leclercia adecarboxylata from an infant with acute lymphoblastic leukemia2001

Practice & Hospital Affiliations

Christopher A. Longhurst, MD, FACMI has not yet indicated the hospitals that he is affiliated with.



Languages Spoken
Medical Specialties
  • Pediatrician (Kids / Children Specialist)

Years In Practice: 12 (started in 2008)

Accepts New Patients: Yes

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