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A BI-WEEKLY PUBLICATION FROM THE CEDARS-SINAI CHIEF OF STAFF June 16, 2017 | Archived Issues

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Rosen Named to New Executive Role

Bradley T. Rosen, MD

Bradley T. Rosen, MD, has been named vice president of Physician Alignment and Care Transitions at Cedars-Sinai, a new expanded role that will provide leadership to the medical center and Medical Network.

In this new executive role, Rosen will be working closely with John Jenrette, MD, executive vice president of the Medical Network, and Mark Gavens, executive vice president of Hospital Operations and chief operating officer, on initiatives designed to enhance value, clinical efficiency and integration across Cedars-Sinai.

"We are delighted to promote Dr. Rosen and are excited to see him taking a greater role in the medical center and the Medical Network," said Jenrette.

Added Gavens: "Dr. Rosen has proven to be an innovative, energetic and effective leader. We are fortunate to have him on our team."

The broader role will include concentrated efforts and leadership within the Medical Network to advance physician integration in the Medical Group, affiliates and academic faculty. Additional emphasis on intranetwork referrals across the Medical Network’s growing geographic footprint also will be a focus of this new role.

Rosen will continue to oversee his current portfolio of programs, working with his colleagues and other clinical leadership across Cedars-Sinai. He has been part of Cedars-Sinai for 16 years, joining the full-time faculty as an academic hospitalist and proceduralist in 2004 after the completion of his residency in internal medicine.

Rosen spearheaded the creation and growth of the Inpatient Specialty Program hospitalist service in 2006, the Enhanced Care Program in 2012, and Cedars-Sinai’s Supportive Care Medicine program in 2014. He also has helped launch a number of additional value-added clinical programs over the years, including OPAT, CS-360 Health, ED Assist, the Medical Observation Unit, Inpatient Hospice, Schwartz Center Rounds and pharmacy TOC.

Rosen has developed a robust academic portfolio through his teaching activities and peer-reviewed publications, earning him associate professor of medicine titles at Cedars-Sinai and UCLA.