Tehnaz Boyle, MD, PhD
Associate Professor
Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine
Pediatrics
Emergency Medicine

MD, Case School of Medicine
PhD, Case School of Medicine
BS, Davidson College



Dr. Boyle is a pediatric emergency physician and a health services researcher. Her research focuses on developing and testing technological interventions to improve patient outcomes in emergency settings. She uses medical simulation, mixed methods, and stakeholder-led design to develop interventions, and various clinical research methods, including clinical trials, to test interventions. She has focused on the impact of telehealth on efficiency of healthcare utilization, and efficacy in resource limited emergency settings. Her prior work focused on clinical tools and novel radiation-sparing technologies to improve diagnostic accuracy of vulnerable pediatric populations in the ED setting.

Based on her experience and expertise developing and researching strategies to improve patient outcomes, Dr. Boyle was nominated to and currently serves on the Educational Science and Programs Subcommittee for the American Heart Association. Dr. Boyle has been a member of the Advisory Board for the Massachusetts Emergency Medical Service for Children (EMSC) Program since 2018, collaborating with regional pediatric hospitals, public safety and EMS agencies, and governmental bodies to advance the safety and quality of emergency care for children in New England. She is also a clinical advisor to the National Emergency Telecritical Care Network, and is leading development and implementation of a new federally-funded telehealth program for the Regional Disaster Health Response System in New England.



Developing an assessment toolkit and training for teleconsultation as an intervention to improve prehospital patient safety in children
01/22/2024 - 12/31/2025 (PI)
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute/NIH/DHHS
1R03HL171172-01

MA/Region 1 Partnership for Regional Health Disaster Response
09/30/2019 - 09/29/2024 (PI)
Massachusetts General Hospital Assistant Secretary

Improving Prehospital Pediatric Emergency Readiness with Telemedicine
09/01/2020 - 08/31/2024 (PI)
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute/NIH/DHHS
1K23HL145126-01A1

Targeted Financial Support for Seriously Sick or Injured Children in Pre-hospital and Hospital Emergency Medical Systems
07/01/2021 - 03/31/2024 (PI)
Massachusetts Dept. of Public Health / DPH


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  1. Shapiro JP, Pino EC, Goodridge A, Dholakia A, Nelson K, Hoch A, Kendi S, Boyle TP, Kistin CJ. Disparities in Child Welfare Referrals for Patients Seen in a Pediatric Emergency Department for Unintentional Ingestions. Acad Pediatr. 2024; 24(4):686-691.View Related Profiles. PMID: 38253175
     
  2. Boyle TP, Mehra A, Smith NJ, Subramanian S, Leeber J, McMahon M, Green D, Perry S, Passman D, Biddinger PD, Scott B. The First Statewide Implementation of a Regional Disaster Teleconsultation System to Expand Critical Care Surge Capacity: A Case Study in Vermont. Telemed J E Health. 2024 May; 30(5):1495-1498.View Related Profiles. PMID: 38039352
     
  3. Boyle T, Boggs K, Gao J, McMahon M, Bedenbaugh R, Schmidt L, Zachrison KS, Goralnick E, Biddinger P, Camargo CA. Hospital-Level Implementation Barriers, Facilitators, and Willingness to Use a New Regional Disaster Teleconsultation System: Cross-Sectional Survey Study. JMIR Public Health Surveill. 2023 Jun 27; 9:e44164. PMID: 37368481; PMCID: PMC10337359; DOI: 10.2196/44164;
     
  4. Hoch AM, Schoenberger SF, Boyle TP, Hadland SE, Gai MJ, Bagley SM. Attitudes and training related to substance use in pediatric emergency departments. Addict Sci Clin Pract. 2022 Oct 23; 17(1):59.View Related Profiles. PMID: 36274146; PMCID: PMC9590142; DOI: 10.1186/s13722-022-00339-w;
     
  5. Boggs KM, Glew D, Rahman KN, Gao J, Boyle TP, Samuels-Kalow ME, Sullivan AF, Zachrison KS, Camargo CA. Pediatric Telehealth Use in U.S. Emergency Departments in 2019. Telemed J E Health. 2023 Apr; 29(4):551-559. PMID: 36103263; PMCID: PMC10079250; DOI: 10.1089/tmj.2022.0310;
     
  6. Boyle TP, Ludy S, Meguerdichian D, Dugas JN, Drainoni ML, Litvak M, Bedenbaugh RT, Schmidt L, Miller K, Biddinger PD, Goralnick E. Feasibility and Acceptability of a Model Disaster Teleconsultation System for Regional Disaster Health Response. Telemed J E Health. 2023 Apr; 29(4):625-632.View Related Profiles. PMID: 36036805; PMCID: PMC10079242; DOI: 10.1089/tmj.2022.0103;
     
  7. Chang T, Elkin R, Boyle TP, Nishisaki A, Walsh B, Benary D, Auerbach M, Camacho C, Calhoun A, Stapleton S, Whitfill T, Wood T, Fayyaz J, Gross I, Thomas A. . Characterizing Preferred Terminologies for Geographically Distant Simulations: Distance, Remote, and Telesimulation. Int J Healthcare Simul. 2022; 1(3):56-65. View Publication
  8. Chang TP, Elkin R, Boyle TP, Nishisaki A, Walsh B, Benary D, Auerbach M, Camacho C, Calhoun A, Stapleton SN, Whitfill T, Wood T, Fayyaz J, Gross IT, Thomas AA. Characterizing preferred terms for geographically distant simulations: distance, remote and telesimulation. Int J Healthc Simul. 2022; 1(3):55-65.View Related Profiles. PMID: 36458206; PMCID: PMC9710245; DOI: 10.54531/dwti2869;
     
  9. Zachrison KS, Hayden EM, Boggs KM, Boyle TP, Gao J, Samuels-Kalow ME, Marcin JP, Camargo CA. Emergency Departments' Uptake of Telehealth for Stroke Versus Pediatric Care: Observational Study. J Med Internet Res. 2022 Jun 20; 24(6):e33981. PMID: 35723927; PMCID: PMC9254043; DOI: 10.2196/33981;
     
  10. Farrell C, Dorney K, Mathews B, Boyle T, Kitchen A, Doyle J, Monuteaux MC, Li J, Walsh B, Nagler J, Chung S. A Statewide Collaboration to Deliver and Evaluate a Pediatric Critical Care Simulation Curriculum for Emergency Medical Services. Front Pediatr. 2022; 10:903950. PMID: 35774102; PMCID: PMC9237480; DOI: 10.3389/fped.2022.903950;
     
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2020-2020 Boston University: KL2 Career Development Award
2020-2025 National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute: K23 Career Development Award
2018-2019 Boston University : CTSI Instutional Early Career Investigator Award
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