Nate Pajor

Nate Pajor, MD

Nate Pajor, MD is an Instructor in the Division of Pulmonary Medicine and the Division of Biomedical Informatics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. He completed a clinical fellowship in Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine at Cincinnati Children during which he also received a Master’s degree in Clinical and Translational Research and also graduated from the Quality Scholars Program in Healthcare Transformation through the James M Anderson Center for Health Systems Excellence. Dr. Pajor has completed quality improvement work and research aimed at understanding and improving the care of children with long-term ventilator dependence. He also acts as the Cincinnati Children’s informatics site lead for PEDSnet Learning Health System. 

Dr.Pajor's PEDSnet project is titled "Describing Ventialator Weaning in the Pedsiatric Long-Term Mechanical Ventilator Dependent Population using Multi-Side Data", this project will be explored using the following aims:

  • Develop the common data elements to describe ventilator weaning across two PEDSnet institutions.  
  • Describe the variation in ventilator weaning in children with LTMV needs.  
  • Engage stakeholders to help identify key patient, family and health system characteristics driving variation.