Jessie Holtzman, MD

Title(s)Fellow, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address505 Parnassus Avenue, #M1181
San Francisco CA 94117
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0002-1721-1512 Additional info
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    Harvard Medical School, Boston, MAMD06/2019
    Stanford University, Stanford, CABA06/2014Human Physiology, Biostatistics
    Universiy of California , San Francisco, CA2020Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Champion Training
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    United States Department of State2014  - 2015Fulbright Scholrship
    Stanford University2014Phi Beta Kappa
    Stanford University2014Dean’s Award for Academic Achievement

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    1. Reply to the Editor-Costs and utilization of remote device monitoring in cardiology. Heart Rhythm. 2021 01; 18(1):160-161. Holtzman JN, Kramer DB. PMID: 32750470.
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    2. Trends in utilization and spending on remote monitoring of pacemakers and implantable cardioverter-defibrillators among Medicare beneficiaries. Heart Rhythm. 2020 11; 17(11):1917-1921. Holtzman JN, Wadhera RK, Choi E, Zhao T, Secemsky EA, Fraiche AM, Shen C, Kramer DB. PMID: 32526349.
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    3. Health Care in the United States: Individual Right or Government Duty? Acad Med. 2020 06; 95(6):868-871. Holtzman JN, Schwartzstein RM. PMID: 31517686.
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    4. Value-Based Health Care in Undergraduate Medical Education. Acad Med. 2020 05; 95(5):740-743. Holtzman JN, Deshpande BR, Stuart JC, Feeley TW, Witkowski M, Hundert EM, Kasper J. PMID: 31913881.
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    5. Landscape of Cardiovascular Device Registries in the United States. J Am Heart Assoc. 2019 06 04; 8(11):e012756. Rajan PV, Holtzman JN, Kesselheim AS, Yeh RW, Kramer DB. PMID: 31433706; PMCID: PMC6585371.
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    6. Harmonizing Standards and Incentives in Medical Device Regulation: Lessons Learned from the Parallel Review Pathway. J Law Med Ethics. 2018 12; 46(4):1034-1039. Holtzman JN, Kramer DB. PMID: 31311412.
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    7. Current irritability robustly related to current and prior anxiety in bipolar disorder. J Psychiatr Res. 2016 08; 79:101-107. Yuen LD, Miller S, Wang PW, Hooshmand F, Holtzman JN, Goffin KC, Shah S, Ketter TA. PMID: 27218815.
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    8. More inclusive bipolar mixed depression definition by permitting overlapping and non-overlapping mood elevation symptoms. Acta Psychiatr Scand. 2016 09; 134(3):199-206. Kim H, Kim W, Citrome L, Akiskal HS, Goffin KC, Miller S, Holtzman JN, Hooshmand F, Wang PW, Hill SJ, Ketter TA. PMID: 27137894.
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    9. More inclusive bipolar mixed depression definitions by requiring fewer non-overlapping mood elevation symptoms. Acta Psychiatr Scand. 2016 09; 134(3):189-98. Kim W, Kim H, Citrome L, Akiskal HS, Goffin KC, Miller S, Holtzman JN, Hooshmand F, Wang PW, Hill SJ, Ketter TA. PMID: 26989836.
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    10. Neuropsychological performance and affective temperaments in Euthymic patients with bipolar disorder type II. Psychiatry Res. 2016 Apr 30; 238:172-180. Romero E, Holtzman JN, Tannenhaus L, Monchablon R, Rago CM, Lolich M, Vázquez GH. PMID: 27086230.
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    11. Gender by onset age interaction may characterize distinct phenotypic subgroups in bipolar patients. J Psychiatr Res. 2016 May; 76:128-35. Holtzman JN, Miller S, Hooshmand F, Wang PW, Chang KD, Goffin KC, Hill SJ, Ketter TA, Rasgon NL. PMID: 26926801.
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    12. Different characteristics associated with suicide attempts among bipolar I versus bipolar II disorder patients. J Psychiatr Res. 2016 May; 76:94-100. Goffin KC, Dell'Osso B, Miller S, Wang PW, Holtzman JN, Hooshmand F, Ketter TA. PMID: 26921874.
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    13. Differential prevalence and demographic and clinical correlates of second-generation antipsychotic use in bipolar I versus bipolar II disorder. J Psychiatr Res. 2016 May; 76:52-8. Park DY, Goffin KC, Shah S, Yuen LD, Holtzman JN, Hooshmand F, Miller S, Wang PW, Ketter TA. PMID: 26874463.
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    14. American tertiary clinic-referred bipolar II disorder compared to bipolar I disorder: More severe in multiple ways, but less severe in a few other ways. J Affect Disord. 2015 Dec 01; 188:257-62. Dell'Osso B, Holtzman JN, Goffin KC, Portillo N, Hooshmand F, Miller S, Dore J, Wang PW, Hill SJ, Ketter TA. PMID: 26378735.
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    15. Recurrence rates in bipolar disorder: Systematic comparison of long-term prospective, naturalistic studies versus randomized controlled trials. Eur Neuropsychopharmacol. 2015 Oct; 25(10):1501-12. Vázquez GH, Holtzman JN, Lolich M, Ketter TA, Baldessarini RJ. PMID: 26238969.
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    16. [Neuroprogression and cognition in Bipolar Disorders: A systematic review of cognitive performance in euthymic patients]. Vertex. 2015 Jul-Aug; 26(122):265-75. Lolich M, Holtzman JN, Rago CM, Vázquez GH. PMID: 26672503.
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    17. Efficacy and tolerability of treatments for bipolar depression. J Affect Disord. 2015 Sep 01; 183:258-62. Vázquez GH, Holtzman JN, Tondo L, Baldessarini RJ. PMID: 26042634.
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    18. Clinical characteristics of bipolar disorder: a comparative study between Argentina and the United States. Int J Bipolar Disord. 2015; 3:8. Holtzman JN, Lolich M, Ketter TA, Vázquez GH. PMID: 25909050; PMCID: PMC4406987.
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    19. Childhood-compared to adolescent-onset bipolar disorder has more statistically significant clinical correlates. J Affect Disord. 2015 Jul 01; 179:114-20. Holtzman JN, Miller S, Hooshmand F, Wang PW, Chang KD, Hill SJ, Rasgon NL, Ketter TA. PMID: 25863906.
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