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Fellow | Clinical Informatics Clinical Instructor | Hospital Medicine

Isha is an internal medicine physician who completed her residency training and worked as an academic hospitalist at Temple University Hospital for three years. She became interested in informatics, quality improvement and population health while completing her master’s in public health duringmedical school. During her residency training, Isha performed quality improvement initiatives on converting appropriate outpatients from coumadin to DOACs, and transitioning end of life care discussions from inpatient/outpatient settings.

As an academic hospitalist at Temple University Hospital, Isha led independent quality improvement initiatives, including an effective informatics project to reduce inappropriate telemetry use. She worked on creating a post discharge readmissions reduction clinic for patients with congestive heart failure and super-utilizers of the hospital system. Isha was a quality improvement faculty advisor and mentored internal medicine residents through various hospital medicine projects. She also served as a unit based medical director and led multidisciplinary rounds while managing hospital care progression issues.

Education & Training

Medical School/Graduate Degrees
MD, State University of New York (SUNY) Downstate College of Medicine
MPH, State University of New York (SUNY) Downstate School of Public Health

Residency/Fellowship Training
Residency, Internal Medicine; Temple University Hospital
Fellowship, Clinical Informatics; UNC Hospitals

Primary Specialties/Subspecialties
Internal Medicine, Hospital Medicine


Clinical Informatics Health Interests
Population health; clinical decision support; operations and clinical workflow analysis; IT leadership

Research Interests
Physician wellness and informatics; public health informatics

Quality Improvement Interests
Inpatient medicine clinical efficiency; EHR end-user efficiency