Jessica Eng, MD, MS

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Phone415-221-4810 ext. 23679
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    Harvard CollegeA.B.2001Chemistry
    Boston UniversityMD2007School of Medicine
    Boston UniversityMS Epidemiology2012School of Public Health
    Boston Medical CenterResidency2010Internal Medicine
    Boston Medical CenterFellowship2012Geriatrics
    San Francisco VA Medical CenterFellowship2014Quality Scholars
    University of California, San FranciscoCertificate2014Implementation Science
    University of California, San Francisco, CA2019Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Champion Training
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    UCSF Department of Medicine2013Quality and Safety Symposium Winner
    Haile T. Debas Academy of Medical Educators2015Excellence in Teaching Award
    Haile T. Debas Academy of Medical Educators2014Education Innovations Award
    John A. Hartford Foundation2014  - 2015Faculty Scholar, Center of Excellence in Geriatric Medicine
    Boston University Clinical and Translational Science Institute2011  - 2012Boston University Clinical Research Training (CREST) Program Fellow
    John A. Hartford Foundation2011  - 2012Hartford Fellow, Center of Excellence in Geriatric Medicine

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    Jessica Eng, MD, MS, is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Geriatrics, Department of Medicine at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF). A graduate of Harvard College and the Boston University School of Medicine, she completed her internal medicine residency and geriatric fellowship at Boston Medical Center. She is a graduate of the VA Quality Scholars program. She is a board certified geriatrician and internist.

    Dr. Eng’s main research and education interests are the development and implementation of healthcare teams that apply geriatric principles to adults with complex serious illnesses. She is particularly interested in using primary care panel management of complex adults, interprofessional team care, and home-based care to improve patient-centered outcomes.

    She currently serves as the Medical Director of the San Francisco VA Health Care System's intensive management team for veterans with complex medical and psychosocial illness. She is also the director of the SFVAHCS's Geriatrics Primary Care and Consultation Clinic, which includes electronic and video consultations for veterans in rural areas. She serves as the Director of the San Francisco VA Quality Scholars program and mentor to medical students, medical and nurse practitioner residents, and postdoctoral fellows on quality improvement projects and implementation research.

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    1. Ewigman NL, Vella L, Eng JA. Implementing evidence-based interventions to prevent readmissions in the real world. J Gen Intern Med. 2018 05; 33(5):578-580. PMID: 29488157.
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    2. Chang ET, Raja PV, Stockdale SE, Katz ML, Zulman DM, Eng JA, Hedrick KH, Jackson JL, Pathak N, Watts B, Patton C, Schectman G, Asch SM. What are the key elements for implementing intensive primary care? A multisite Veterans Health Administration case study. Healthc (Amst). 2018 Dec; 6(4):231-237. PMID: 29102480.
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    3. Eng JA. Capsule commentary on Jones et al., "Connecting the Dots": a Qualitative Study of Home Health Nurse Perspectives on Coordinating Care for Recently-Discharged Patients. J Gen Intern Med. 2017 10; 32(10):1134. PMID: 28752356.
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    4. Ritchie C, Andersen R, Eng J, Garrigues SK, Intinarelli G, Kao H, Kawahara S, Patel K, Sapiro L, Thibault A, Tunick E, Barnes DE. Implementation of an Interdisciplinary, Team-Based Complex Care Support Health Care Model at an Academic Medical Center: Impact on Health Care Utilization and Quality of Life. PLoS One. 2016; 11(2):e0148096. PMID: 26871704.
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    5. Eng JA, Clough-Gorr K, Cabral HJ, Silliman RA. Predicting 5- and 10-year survival in older women with early-stage breast cancer: self-rated health and walking ability. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2015 Apr; 63(4):757-62. PMID: 25900489.
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    6. Hatoun J, Suen W, Liu C, Shea S, Patts G, Weinberg J, Eng J. Elucidating Reasons for Resident Underutilization of Electronic Adverse Event Reporting. Am J Med Qual. 2016 07; 31(4):308-14. PMID: 25753451.
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    7. Eng JA, Steinman MA. Changing chronic medications in hospitalized patients--bridging the inpatient-outpatient divide. J Hosp Med. 2014 May; 9(5):332-3. PMID: 24616285.
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    8. Eng JA, Hunter CJ, Handley MA, Boscardin CK, Gonzales R, Ackerman SL. Patient attitudes about specialty follow-up care by telephone. Am J Manag Care. 2014 Feb; 20(2):164-7. PMID: 24738534.
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    9. Jackson TA, Choong KW, Eng JA, McAneny D, Subramaniam RM, Knapp PE. F-18 FDG PET/CT imaging of endogenous Cushing syndrome. Clin Nucl Med. 2011 Dec; 36(12):e231-2. PMID: 22064119.
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    10. Smith EE, Gurol ME, Eng JA, Engel CR, Nguyen TN, Rosand J, Greenberg SM. White matter lesions, cognition, and recurrent hemorrhage in lobar intracerebral hemorrhage. Neurology. 2004 Nov 09; 63(9):1606-12. PMID: 15534243.
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    11. Greenberg SM, Eng JA, Ning M, Smith EE, Rosand J. Hemorrhage burden predicts recurrent intracerebral hemorrhage after lobar hemorrhage. Stroke. 2004 Jun; 35(6):1415-20. PMID: 15073385.
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    12. Eng JA, Frosch MP, Choi K, Rebeck GW, Greenberg SM. Clinical manifestations of cerebral amyloid angiopathy-related inflammation. Ann Neurol. 2004 Feb; 55(2):250-6. PMID: 14755729.
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