Charlie Wray, DO, MS
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Address||4150 Clement St.|
San Francisco CA 94121
|University of Chicago||Hospital Medicine Research Fellowship||2016||Section of Hospital Medicine|
|University of Chicago||M.S.||2016||Department of Public Health Sciences|
|Loma Linda University Medical Center||Residency||2014||Internal Medicine|
|Western University||D.O.||2011||College of Osteopathic Medicine|
|University of Texas at Austin||B.A||2003||Biological Sciences|
|Loma Linda University||2013||Lawrence Loo Evidence Based Medicine Teaching Award|
|Loma Linda University||2014||Lawrence Loo Evidence Based Medicine Teaching Award|
My research is focused on improving the quality, safety, and patient experience within the hospital setting. Recognizing that hospitalized patients experience a large degree of care fragmentation and discontinuity, my early work as a research fellow focused on assessing and describing how Hospitalist fragmentation affected the patient experience. In addition to describing the characteristics and techniques utilized during care transitions (i.e. handoffs), I have explored novel interventions to ameliorate the adverse effects commonly associated with these transitions. In addition to this, I have explored mechanisms and interventions meant to decrease resource utilization within the hospital setting, so as to provide the highest value of care for our hospitalized patients.
As a clinician and and educator, I continue to focus on improving the quality & value of care we provide our patients. I place a strong emphasis on the proper interpretation, use, and application of evidence-based medicine with my learners. I stress the importance of delivering high-value, cost-consciousness care and continually encourage myself and my fellow learners to be critical with their healthcare delivery.
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