Adam Kaye, MD

Adam Kaye, MD

Dr. Adam Kaye is a diagnostic radiologist at Advanced Radiology After completing residency at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, he was the first to complete a 2 year fellowship in Oncologic Imaging at that same institution, encompassing Body Imaging (particularly CT and MRI) and Nuclear Medicine. He also has a strong interest in imaging informatics, having also been one of the first graduates of Penn’s Informatics Fellowship.

Dr. Kaye attended the University of Pennsylvania for his undergraduate degree. He received his medical degree from Yale University, and also completed a joint degree program at Yale’s School of Management, earning his MBA along with his MD.

He is Board Eligible at both the American Board of Radiology and the American Board of Nuclear Medicine, and will take both Certifying Exams in October 2015. He is also a Certified Imaging Informatics Professional in the American Board of Imaging Informatics. During his residency and fellowship training, he served on numerous committees at his hospital and in the American College of Radiology.

Specialty

Oncologic Imaging, Abdominal Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, Imaging Informatics

Education

Undergraduate: University of Pennsylvania
Graduate: Yale University School of Business
Medical School: Yale University School of Management
Residency: Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Fellowship: Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania

Board Certification

American Board Of Radiology - Board Certified
Other - American Board of Nuclear Medicine - Board Certified
American Board of Imaging Informatics - Certified Imaging
Informatics Professional

Interests

Golf Guitar, Yankees, Giants, Darts

Research/Publications

Improving Radiologist-IT Staff Communications and Collaboration Through a Shadowing Project. Kaye AH, Cook T. J Digit Imaging. 2015 Jan 27 (epub).

Workload of radiologists in United States in 2006-2007 and trends since 1991-1992. Bhargavan M, Kaye AH, Forman HP, Sunshine JH. Radiology. 2009 Aug;252(2):458-67

The reasons that many radiology practices don't use off-hours services. Kennedy S, Forman HP, Kaye AH, Bhargavan M, Sunshine JH. J Am Coll Radiol. 2008 Aug;5(8):887-92.

A survey of radiology practices' use of after-hours radiology services. Kaye AH, Forman HP, Kapoor R, Sunshine JH. J Am Coll Radiol. 2008 Jun;5(6):748-58.