Hemal Kanzaria, MD
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Address||1001 Potrero Ave, Bldg. 5|
San Francisco CA 94110
|University of California, San Francisco||M.D.||School of Medicine||2008|
|University of California, Los Angeles (Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars program)||M.Sc.||Health Policy and Management||2014|
|Zuckerberg San Francisco General||2016||ZSFG Values in Action Award|
|San Francisco General Hospital Foundation||2016
||2017||Hearts Grant Award|
||2017||Hellman Family Awards for Early-Career Faculty|
|Annals of Emergency Medicine||2014
||2015||Top 50 Peer Reviewer|
|Western Regional Society for Academic Emergency Medicine||2014||Most Outstanding Faculty Research Presentation|
|UCSF||2013||Sustainability Award (for Remedy at UCSF)|
|Johnson and Johnson Foundation||2011||Yale/Stanford Global Health Scholar|
|UCSF||2011||CTSI Resident Research Award|
|UCSF||2009||Teaching Excellence Award for Cherished Housestaff (TEACH)|
|UCSF Medical Alumni Association||2008||Academic Excellence Award|
Hemal Kanzaria, MD MS is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). Dr. Kanzaria practices clinically at San Francisco General Hospital (SFGH), where he teaches housestaff and helps direct emergency department lean improvement efforts. He is the Director of Complex Care Analytics for the San Francisco Health Network (SFHN), where he is part of a multidisciplinary team to improve whole-person care for frequent users of emergent/urgent medical, behavioral, and social services. Dr. Kanzaria is also an Adjunct scientist at RAND Health and affiliated with the Center for Innovation in Access and Quality at SFGH, where his research and policy work focuses on methods to increase the delivery of high-value health care. Prior to his current appointment, Dr. Kanzaria was a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar at UCLA. He completed his medical degree and residency at UCSF-SFGH, during which time he founded Remedy at UCSF to recover unused medical supplies for socially responsible redistribution. The organization has provided medical equipment to underserved communities both locally and globally, and has been instrumental in several disaster relief efforts.
Health systems improvement, safety net care, social determinants of health, equity, population health, cost consciousness, high-value care, waste reduction, over-diagnosis, over-treatment, diagnostic imaging, shared decision-making, stakeholder engagement, interdisciplinary research and improvement efforts
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