Reena Gupta

Assoc Professor

General Internal Medicine UCSF Health

Residency, - School of Medicine - Primary Care, University of California, San Francisco
  1. Achieving Universal Health Coverage (UHC): Dominance analysis across 183 countries highlights importance of strengthening health workforce.
  2. After-visit summaries in primary care: mixed methods results from a literature review and stakeholder interviews.
  3. Redesigning primary care in the safety net: A qualitative analysis of team-based care implementation.
  4. Adapting and Evaluating a Health System Intervention From Kaiser Permanente to Improve Hypertension Management and Control in a Large Network of Safety-Net Clinics.
  5. Continuity of Care in Residency Teaching Practices: Lessons from "Bright Spots".
  6. An Intensive Continuity Clinic Immersion Experience for Interns: A Springboard to Confidence and Satisfaction With Continuity Clinic.
  7. Clinic First: 6 Actions to Transform Ambulatory Residency Training.
  8. The Road to Excellence for Primary Care Resident Teaching Clinics.
  9. Missed opportunities: young adults with hypertension and lifestyle counseling in clinical practice.
  10. Panel management, team culture, and worklife experience.
  11. The panel management questionnaire: a tool to measure panel management capability.
  12. How primary care practices can improve continuity of care.
  13. Interval examination: building primary care teams in an urban academic teaching clinic.
  14. Use of an interactive, telephone-based self-management support program to identify adverse events among ambulatory diabetes patients.
  15. Osseointegration timing for Baha system loading.
  16. N-terminal fragment of the prohormone brain-type natriuretic peptide (NT-proBNP), cardiovascular events, and mortality in patients with stable coronary heart disease.
  17. Adherence-resistance relationships for protease and non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors explained by virological fitness.
  18. Housing instability and food insecurity as barriers to health care among low-income Americans.