Dr. Charlene Spiceland Awarded at John Hopkins Research Symposium
For release: June 10, 2013
An article by FCBE Instructor in the School of Accountancy, Dr. Charlene Spiceland,
was recently awarded second place among papers presented at the Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine Head and Neck Surgery Annual Resident Research Symposium. The paper
entitled, "Financial Incentive of Home–Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Machine
Use in the Inpatient Hospital Setting” demonstrated, via a cost benefit analysis,
the economic efficacy of instituting a policy requiring the use of home CPAP machines
for patients admitted to inpatient units in a tertiary care centers.
Dr. Spiceland co-authored this paper with Dr. David F. Smith, MD, PhD; Katie Mattare,
BS; Stacey L. Ishman, MD, MPH (each with the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine).