Priya Joshi, MD

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    Jefferson Medical CollegeMD2015
    Hospital of the University of PennsylvaniaResidency2018Primary Care, Internal Medicine
    VA Innovation Ecosystem, Entrepreneur In ResidenceFellowshipOngoingInformatics
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    Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania2017Maurice Attie Teaching Award
    Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania2018Penn Pearls Teaching Award
    Corporal Michael J Crescenz VA Medical Center2019VA Integrated Ethics Award
    University of California, San Francisco2020Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Champion

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    I am the Chief Health Informatics Officer of the San Francisco VA Medical Center and a VA Innovation Ecosystem Fellow. I work in both inpatient and outpatient internal medicine and create digital innovations and clinical programs that equitably improve preventive care. I work closely with researchers, clinicians, and industry to design, evaluate, and implement new digital technology. In 2018, I created an integrated post-discharge clinic to reduce heart failure readmissions through proactive enrollment in hospital at home. In 2020, I created a post-discharge COVID hypoxia monitoring program. In 2022, my informatics team implemented the Foodshare program to delivery groceries to Veterans and their kids across the nation, providing 2500 Veterans and 700 kids over 85,000 days of food. We have created a framework to evaluate technologies based on their return for people by utilizing the concept of a minimal acceptable product focused on human-centered design instead of minimal viable products focused on product design. We are actively working on programs that improve health outcomes, invest in Veteran autonomy in care, reduce staff burnout and workload, and empower purpose. All of our programs and our team focus on the remediation of inequities in care.

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    1. From Eggshells to Action: A Qualitative Study of Faculty Experience Responding to Microaggressions Targeting Medical Students. Acad Med. 2023 11 01; 98(11S):S79-S89. O'Brien MT, Bullock JL, Minhas PK, Roman SA, Joshi P, Lupton KL, Hauer KE. PMID: 37983400.
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    2. Improving chronic kidney disease detection and treatment in the United States: the chronic kidney disease cascade of care (C3) study protocol. BMC Nephrol. 2022 10 12; 23(1):331. Lamprea-Montealegre JA, Joshi P, Shapiro AS, Madden E, Navarra K, Potok OA, Gregg LP, Podchiyska T, Robinson A, Goldstein MK, Peralta CA, Jassal SK, Navaneethan SD, Rifkin DE, Wang V, Shlipak MG, Estrella MM. PMID: 36224528; PMCID: PMC9554861.
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