Seth Goldman, MD

Title(s)Professor, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    University of California, San Diego2011Internal Medicine Residency
    Stony Brook University Medical Center School of MedicineMD2008Medical School
    University of ChicagoBA2003Biology
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    American Board of Preventative Medicine2017Clinical Informatics Board Certification
    Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital2017Performance/Quality Improvement Award
    City and County of San Francisco Health Commission2012San Francisco Health Commission SFGH Employee Recognition Award: CPOE Implementation team
    Stony Brook School of Medicine2008Gold Foundation Humanism Honors Society
    Stony Brook School of Medicine2004Deans List
    University of Chicago2003General Honors upon graduation

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    Seth Goldman is a Clinical Professor at the University of California, San Francisco. He also serves as the Informatics Director for Technology Integration and Digital Health in the Office of Health Informatics for the San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH). As a board certified, technology-focused Medical Informaticist, he focuses on the integration of established and emerging information technologies with clinical practice. His current work brings biomedical devices into modern clinical communication and workflows to improve patient care in the acute, ambulatory and long term care settings. He also oversees Clinical Decision Support in Epic and Enterprise Communication and Collaboration initiatives for the SFDPH.

    He provides direct patient care and consultation as a hospitalist at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital in the Division of Hospital Medicine. His clinical interests include working with the under-served and improving clinical communication.

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    1. Informatics response to address the COVID-19 pandemic in a safety net healthcare system. JAMIA Open. 2021 Jul; 4(3):ooaa057. Sadasivaiah S, Shaffer E, Enanoria W, Su G, Goldman S, Scarafia J, Lee T, Yu A, Goldman LE, Ratanawongsa N. PMID: 34504999; PMCID: PMC7928896.
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    2. Systematic Collection of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in a Public Health System: The San Francisco Health Network SO/GI Systems-Change Initiative. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf. 2020 10; 46(10):549-557. Rosendale N, Fishman A, Goldman S, Pardo S, Scarborough A, Bennett A. PMID: 32800697.
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    3. Acute Clinical Care for Transgender Patients: A Review. JAMA Intern Med. 2018 11 01; 178(11):1535-1543. Rosendale N, Goldman S, Ortiz GM, Haber LA. PMID: 30178031.
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    4. Improving best possible medication history with vulnerable patients at an urban safety net academic hospital using pharmacy technicians. BMJ Open Qual. 2017; 6(2):e000102. Sadasivaiah S, Smith DE, Goldman S, Ratanawongsa N. PMID: 29450283; PMCID: PMC5699117.
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