Sanjeev Arora (physician)

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Sanjeev Arora
Sanjeev Arora Physician.jpg
BornSeptember 1956 (1956-09) (age 62)
ResidenceAlbuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.
CitizenshipUnited States
Alma materArmed Forces Medical College, Maharahah College
Scientific career
FieldsMedicine, Telehealth, Telemedicine
InstitutionsUniversity of New Mexico School of Medicine

Sanjeev Arora, MD, MACP, FACG, (born September 1956) is an Indian American physician, and a Distinguished Professor of Medicine with tenure in the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of New Mexico (UNM) School of Medicine.[1]

Education[edit]

Arora was born in Nangal, India. He received a Premedical degree from Maharajah College, in Jaipur, India. He completed his Medical Degree at the Armed Forces Medical College, in Pune, India and his Internship at Army Hospital, Delhi, India. He completed several residencies, first for Medicine at Safdarjung Hospital in New Delhi, India, then for Surgery at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY, and with a return to Medicine at the Sisters of Charity Hospital, State University of New York in Buffalo, NY. He finished his Fellowship in Gastroenterology at the New England Medical Center in Boston, MA.[2]

Career[edit]

Following his studies Arora entered academia, first at Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, MA, and then at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine in Albuquerque, NM, where he developed the ECHO model™.[3]

Awards and honors[edit]

Year Award/Honor
2014 New Mexico Community Health Worker Association, Inc. Lifetime Achievement Award Advocating for the CHW Model
Project ECHO highlighted in a New York Times Article, Opinionator Section, under Fixes, "The Power to Cure, Multiplied" June 11, 2014
19th Annual Heinz Award in Public Policy[4]

Selected Articles[edit]

Arora, S., Thornton, K., Komaromy, M., Kalishman, S., Katzman, J., & Duhigg, D. (2014). Demonopolizing medical knowledge. Academic medicine,89(1), 30-32.[5]

Arora, Sanjeev, et al. "Outcomes of treatment for hepatitis C virus infection by primary care providers." New England Journal of Medicine 364.23 (2011): 2199-2207.[6]

Arora, Sanjeev, et al. "Partnering urban academic medical centers and rural primary care clinicians to provide complex chronic disease care." Health Affairs 30.6 (2011): 1176-1184.[7]

Arora, Sanjeev, et al. "Expanding access to hepatitis C virus treatment—Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) project: disruptive innovation in specialty care." Hepatology 52.3 (2010): 1124-1133[8]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Sanjeev Arora, MD, FACP, FACG : UNM Hospitals - The University of New Mexico". unm.edu. Retrieved 4 February 2017.
  2. ^ http://hospitals.unm.edu/gastro/providers/arora_sanjeev.html
  3. ^ http://hospitals.unm.edu/gastro/providers/arora_sanjeev.html
  4. ^ Foundation, Heinz Family. "The Heinz Family Foundation Honors Recipients of the 19th Heinz Awards". prnewswire.com. Retrieved 4 February 2017.
  5. ^ Arora, Sanjeev; Thornton, Karla; Komaromy, Miriam; Kalishman, Summers; Katzman, Joanna; Duhigg, Daniel (1 January 2014). "Demonopolizing medical knowledge". Acad Med. 89 (1): 30–32. doi:10.1097/ACM.0000000000000051. PMID 24280860.
  6. ^ Arora, Sanjeev; Thornton, Karla; Murata, Glen; Deming, Paulina; Kalishman, Summers; Dion, Denise; Parish, Brooke; Burke, Thomas; Pak, Wesley; Dunkelberg, Jeffrey; Kistin, Martin; Brown, John; Jenkusky, Steven; Komaromy, Miriam; Qualls, Clifford (9 June 2011). "Outcomes of treatment for hepatitis C virus infection by primary care providers". N. Engl. J. Med. 364 (23): 2199–2207. doi:10.1056/NEJMoa1009370. PMC 3820419. PMID 21631316.
  7. ^ Arora, Sanjeev; Kalishman, Summers; Dion, Denise; Som, Dara; Thornton, Karla; Bankhurst, Arthur; Boyle, Jeanne; Harkins, Michelle; Moseley, Kathleen; Murata, Glen; Komaramy, Miriam; Katzman, Joanna; Colleran, Kathleen; Deming, Paulina; Yutzy, Sean (1 June 2011). "Partnering urban academic medical centers and rural primary care clinicians to provide complex chronic disease care". Health Aff (Millwood). 30 (6): 1176–1184. doi:10.1377/hlthaff.2011.0278. PMC 3856208. PMID 21596757.
  8. ^ Arora, Sanjeev; Kalishman, Summers; Thornton, Karla; Dion, Denise; Murata, Glen; Deming, Paulina; Parish, Brooke; Brown, John; Komaromy, Miriam; Colleran, Kathleen; Bankhurst, Arthur; Katzman, Joanna; Harkins, Michelle; Curet, Luis; Cosgrove, Ellen; Pak, Wesley (1 September 2010). "Expanding access to hepatitis C virus treatment--Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) project: disruptive innovation in specialty care". Hepatology. 52 (3): 1124–1133. doi:10.1002/hep.23802. PMC 3795614. PMID 20607688.

External links[edit]

  • Project ECHO Website [1]