Maria Novelero

Title(s)Assoc Chair-Administration-DOM, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    University of California, San Francisco, CA2018Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Champion Training

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    As the Department of Medicine's Associate Chair for Administration, Maria is responsible for human resources, academic affairs, space, IT, facilities, and communications, as well as for leadership of the central administration and division manager teams. Maria completed her undergraduate work in the Philippines and Japan, and went on to receive two Master’s degrees: one in public policy from Osaka University and a second in international affairs and finance from Columbia University.

    Prior to her current role, Maria served as the Division Manager/Administrative Director for the Division of Hospital Medicine (DHM), where she has been central to DHM’s efforts in quality, safety, value, and LEAN. As a leader, she is passionate about employee engagement and development, creative decision-making, and systems improvement.

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    1. Rajkomar A, Valencia V, Novelero M, Mourad M, Auerbach A. The association between discharge before noon and length of stay in medical and surgical patients. J Hosp Med. 2016 12; 11(12):859-861. PMID: 26717556.
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    2. Moriates C, Mourad M, Novelero M, Wachter RM. Development of a hospital-based program focused on improving healthcare value. J Hosp Med. 2014 Oct; 9(10):671-7. PMID: 24980982.
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    3. Moriates C, Novelero M, Quinn K, Khanna R, Mourad M. "Nebs no more after 24": a pilot program to improve the use of appropriate respiratory therapies. JAMA Intern Med. 2013 Sep 23; 173(17):1647-8. PMID: 23877555.
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