Dr. Chan earned a bachelor's degree with honors in Biological Sciences from Stanford University and a medical degree from the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine. He completed his residency and year as chief resident in family medicine at the San Jose Medical Center Family Practice Residency, affiliated with Stanford University of School of Medicine. He concurrently completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Biomedical Informatics at Stanford University School of Medicine and Family Medicine Research at the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine, studying the effects of point of care decision support in the management of hypertension. During fellowship, Dr. Chan also assisted with the launch of PAMFOnline, now Sutter's My Health Online, one of the earliest PHRs in the United States.
Dr. Chan is married with three children--a son and twin girls. He enjoys spending time with his family, playing with computers, sports (real and fantasy), cooking, and international travel.
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Physicians’ well-being linked to in-basket messages generated by algorithms In electronic health records.
Comparative usability study of a newly created patient-centered tool and Medicare.gov plan finder to help Medicare beneficiaries choose prescription drug plans.
Nudging physicians and patients with autopend clinical decision support to improve diabetes management.
Patient acceptance of remote scribing powered by Google Glass in outpatient dermatology: cross-sectional study.
Personalized hypertension management using patient-generated health data integrated with electronic health records (EMPOWER-H): six-month pre-post study.
Patient-initiated electronic messages and quality of care for patients with diabetes and hypertension in a large fee-for-service medical group: results from a natural experiment.
Online disease management of diabetes: Engaging and Motivating Patients Online With Enhanced Resources-Diabetes (EMPOWER-D), a randomized controlled trial.
Patient and provider characteristics associated with colorectal, breast, and cervical cancer screening among Asian Americans.
The human resource costs of implementing autopend clinical decision support to improve health maintenance.
Patient-centric scheduling with the implementation of health information technology to improve the patient experience and access to care: retrospective case-control analysis.
Online consent enables a randomized, controlled trial testing a patient-centered online decision-aid for Medicare beneficiaries to meet recruitment goal in short time frame.
Assessment of accuracy and usability of a fee estimator for ambulatory care in an integrated health care delivery network.
Investigator: Albert S. Chan M.D., M.S., FAAFP