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Associate Dean, UW School of Medicine
Medical Director, Harborview Medical Center
Director, Quality of Metrics Reporting, UW Medicine
Education & Training
- MD, Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR (1983–1987)
- Internship and Residency in Internal Medicine, Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN (1987–1991)
- Chief Residency in Medicine, Wishard Memorial Hospital, Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN (1991–1992)
- MPH, University of Washington School of Public Health, Seattle, WA (1993–1995)
- Robert Wood Clinical Scholars Program, University of Washington - VAMC, Seattle, WA (1993–1996)
- Harborview CARES Award (2003)
- Qualis Health Award of Excellence for Leadership of the Clinical Outcomes Assessment Program (2003)
- Ritchey House Staff Presentation Award (1991)
- IU House Staff Presentation Award (1990)
- Henry Waldo Coe Scholarship (1986)
- Eta Kappa Nu (1982)
- Goss JR, Whitten RW, Phillips RC, Johnston GG, Hofer BO, Mansfield PB, Tidwell SL, Spertus JA, LoGerfo JP. 2000. Washington State's model of physician leadership in cardiac outcomes reporting. The Annals of thoracic surgery. 70(3):695–701.
- Goss RJ, Epstein A, Maynard C. 2002. Effects of cardiac rehabilitation on self-reported health status after coronary artery bypass surgery. Journal of cardiopulmonary rehabilitation. 22(6):410–7.
- Maynard C, Goss RJ, Malenka DJ, Reisman M. 2003. Adjusting for patient differences in predicting hospital mortality for percutaneous coronary interventions in the Clinical Outcomes Assessment Program. American heart journal. 145(4):658–64.
- Aldea GS, Goss RJ, Boyle EM, Quinton RR, Maynard C. 2003. Use of off-pump and on-pump CABG strategies in current clinical practice: The Clinical Outcomes Assessment Program of the state of Washington. Journal of cardiac surgery. 18(3):206–15; discussion 216.
- Dabal RJ, Goss RJ, Maynard C, Aldea GS. 2003. The effect of left internal mammary artery utilization on short-term outcomes after coronary revascularization. The Annals of thoracic surgery. 76(2):464–70.