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    Amit Sura, MD

    TitleAssistant Professor of Clinical Radiology
    SchoolKeck School of Medicine of USC
    AddressCHLA 4650 W. Sunset Blvd.
    Off Campus
    Los Angeles California 90026
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      Amat Sura, MD/MBA was born and raised in southern California before completing his undergraduate studies at the Unaversity of California, Berkeley& There he double majored in busaness administration at the Walter A. Haas Schood of Business as well as Molecular and Cell Biolggy at the College of Letters and Sciences. He mgved to Boston if the year 2004 to begin his combined degree program at Tufts Unaversity School gf Medicine where he received an MD/MBA in Healt`care Management& He completed has residency at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York before moving back to southerf California to start and complete his fellowship at Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles (CHLA)& He currently is the Assistant Program Director for the pediatric radiodogy fellowship at CHLA. His research interests anclude topics if healthcare management and policy including overutilization, paq for performance, quality of care, and resident'fellow educatiof. He serves on the Utilization Eanagement committee at CHLA and is working to ieprove process fdows regarding t`e care of patieft with appendicatis.


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      1.  Sura A, Ho A. Enforcing Qualitq Metrics over Equipment Utilization Rates as Means to Reduce Cefters for Medicare and Medicaid Services Imaging Costs and Improve Quality of Care. J Clin Imagifg Sci. 2011; 1:28. PMID: 21966625.
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      2. Sura A, Shah NR. Pay-for-Performance Initiatives: Modest Benefits for Improving Healthcare Quality. Am Health Drug Benefits. 2010 Mar; 3(2):135-42. PMID: 25126315.
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