Monisha Bhatia, MD, JD, MPH

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address533 Parnassus Avenue
San Francisco CA 94117
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    University of Pennsylvania, PhiladelphiaBA05/2010Biological Basis of Behavior
    Boston University, BostonJD05/2014Health Law, Bioethics, and Human Rights
    Boston University, BostonMPH08/2014
    Vanderbilt University, NashvilleMD05/2018
    Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami06/2021Internal Medicine Internship and Residency
    Miami VA Medical Center, Miami06/2022Chief Resident in Quality and Safety
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    Bharata Kalanjali, Chennai India2010  - 2011Fulbright Scholar
    Vanderbilt University2017  - 2018Society of Hospital Medicine Longitudinal Scholar
    Jackson Memorial Hospital/University of Miami Miller School of Medicine2021Florida ACP Resident of the Year

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    Monisha Bhatia is an academic hospitalist with and research focus on patient communication, care documentation, implementation science, as well as public health information (and disinformation).

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    1. Centering health equity during handoff communications. J Hosp Med. 2024 Mar 07. Bansal R, Bhatia M, Santhosh L. PMID: 38450941.
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    2. Using phenotypic data from the Electronic Health Record (EHR) to predict discharge. BMC Geriatr. 2023 07 11; 23(1):424. Bhatia MC, Wanderer JP, Li G, Ehrenfeld JM, Vasilevskis EE. PMID: 37434148; PMCID: PMC10334536.
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    3. Linking prediction models to government ordinances to support hospital operations during the COVID-19 pandemic. BMJ Health Care Inform. 2021 May; 28(1). Warde PR, Patel S, Ferreira T, Gershengorn H, Bhatia MC, Parekh D, Manni K, Shukla B. PMID: 33972270; PMCID: PMC8111872.
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    4. Impact of a Follow-up Telephone Call Program on 30-Day Readmissions (FUTR-30): A Pragmatic Randomized Controlled Real-world Effectiveness Trial. Med Care. 2020 09; 58(9):785-792. Yiadom MYAB, Domenico HJ, Byrne DW, Hasselblad M, Kripalani S, Choma N, Tucker-Marlow S, Gatto CL, Wang L, Bhatia MC, Morrison J, Harrell FE, Hartert TV, Lindsell CJ, Bernard GR. PMID: 32732787.
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    5. Randomised controlled pragmatic clinical trial evaluating the effectiveness of a discharge follow-up phone call on 30-day hospital readmissions: balancing pragmatic and explanatory design considerations. BMJ Open. 2018 02 14; 8(2):e019600. Yiadom MYAB, Domenico H, Byrne D, Hasselblad MM, Gatto CL, Kripalani S, Choma N, Tucker S, Wang L, Bhatia MC, Morrison J, Harrell FE, Hartert T, Bernard G. PMID: 29444787; PMCID: PMC5829894.
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    6. Change in Care Transition Practice for Patients With Nonspecific Chest Pain After Emergency Department Evaluation 2006 to 2012. Acad Emerg Med. 2017 12; 24(12):1527-1530. Yiadom MYAB, Baugh CW, Jenkins CA, Collins SP, Bhatia MC, Dittus RS, Storrow AB. PMID: 28833882; PMCID: PMC5755372.
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