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Jack Chase, MD

Title(s)Associate Professor, Family Community Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Phone415-206-2603
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    Tufts UniversityMD2007School of Medicine
    UCSFResidency2010Department of Family and Community Medicine
    ABFMHospice and Palliative Medicine Certification2012
    ABFM/ABIMRecognition in Focused Practice Hospital Medicine2014
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    California Assoc Public Hospitals / Safety Net Institute2018Quality Leaders Award - Performance Improvement
    UCSF Haile T. Debas Academy of Medical Educators2018Excellence in Teaching Award
    Society of Hospital Medicine2017Fellow
    American Academy of Family Physicians2015Fellow
    UCSF Haile T. Debas Academy of Medical Educators2013Excellence in Teaching Award
    San Francisco General Hospital2010Family Health Center Service Award
    Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society2007Member

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    Dr. Jack Chase is a core faculty member in the University of California San Francisco Family and Community Medicine Residency Program. He is based at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital (ZSFG) and provides clinical care on the ZSFG Family Medicine Inpatient Service, the ZSFG Supportive and Palliative Care Consultation Service, and in the Minor Procedure Clinic at the ZSFG Family Health Center. Dr. Chase holds a Recognition in Focused Practice in Hospital Medicine from the ABFM/ABIM and board certification in Hospice and Palliative Medicine; and In his administrative and clinical roles, Jack is an active educator for students, residents, faculty and staff on topics in clinical care related to complex medical and social needs. At ZSFG, Dr. Chase co-developed and co-leads a novel, team-based multidisciplinary model for social needs-based medical care in the ZSFG Emergency Department. His clinical quality improvement focuses on the intersection of medical care of complex and underserved patients in conjunction with substance use treatment, mental health treatment, homelessness and supportive housing, healthy food access, trauma recovery and violence prevention, medical-legal organizations, and financial management to ensure coordinated services for the medical, social, psychological and financial/healthcare coverage needs of ZSFG patients. He serves on the ZSFG Medical Executive Committee, Ethics Committee, Care Transitions Taskforce, and Steering Committee for LEAN inpatient quality improvement. He previously served as the Director of Operations for the UCSF Family Medicine Inpatient Service, Co-Director of the Family Health Center Minor Procedure Clinic and most recently as the Medical Director of the Department of Care Coordination at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital.

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    1. Jack Chase, MD, FAAFP, FHM; Karishma Oza, MPH; and Seth Goldman, MD .Email-Based Care Transitions to Improve Patient Outcomes and Provider Work Experience in a Safety-Net Health System. The American Journal of Accountable Care > December 2017 – Published on: December 11, 2017. 2017; 5(4):e19-e22.
    2. Chase J. A clinical decision algorithm for hospital inpatients with impaired decision-making capacity. J Hosp Med. 2014 Aug; 9(8):527-32. PMID: 24863188.
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    3. Varun Verma, MD; Robin Tittle, MD; Pierre Jacquelin Auguste, MD; Phuoc Le, MD; Jack Chase, MD; Brian Secemsky, MD; Marcia Glass, MD; Aisling O’Riordan, MB BCh, BAO; Theresa Poulos; and Marisa Morgan, MD.Cases from the University of California, San Francisco, and Hôpital St. Thérèse, Haiti. ACP Hospitalist Brief Case Series. 2014.
    4. "Local Global Health"; Chase J, Chapter Faculty Editor.Evert, J; Drain, P; Hall, T. Editors. Developing Global Health Programming: A Guidebook for Medical and Professional Schools, Second Edition. ISBN 9780578127217. 2014.
    5. Renuka Naik, MD, PhD; Tim Poore, MD; Sima Pendharkar, MD, MPH, ACP Member; Jing-Yu Pan, MD, ACP Member; Lawrence Haber, MD; Margarita Sotelo, MD; and Jack Chase, MD.Cases from San Francisco General Hospital. ACP Hospitalist. 2014.
    6. Coffa, D; Le, T; Mendoza, M. Eds.First Aid Board Review Series . First Aid for the Family Medicine Boards. 2012.
    7. Chase, JA; Evert, JA; eds.Global Health Training in Graduate Medical Education: A Guidebook. http://www2.aap.org/sections/ich/toolkit/GH_Training_in_GME_Guidebook_2Ed_1.pdf. 2011; 183.
    8. Jack Chase, MD.Leishmaniasis Teaching Module. http://www.cugh.org/sites/default/files/content/resources/modules/To%20Post%20Both%20Faculty%20and%20Trainees/79_Leishmaniasis_FINAL.pdf. 2010.