Joseph Hopkins

Clinical Professor, Medicine - General Medical Disciplines

Professional Education

Residency: University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry (1976) NY

Board Certification: Family Medicine, American Board of Family Medicine (1976)

Board Certification: Geriatric Medicine, American Board of Family Medicine (1990)

Internship: Harbor-UCLA Medical Center (1974) CA

Medical Education: Stanford University School of Medicine (1973) CA

MMM, Univ. of Southern California, Medical Management (2004)

MD, Stanford School of Medicine, Medicine (1973)

BS, University of Illinois, Agricultural Science (1967)

Honors & Awards

Family Medicine Teaching Award, Stanford Center for Education in Family & Community Medicine (2003)

Divisional Teaching Award, Stanford Dept. of Medicine, Family & Community Medicine (2003)

Administrative Appointments

Sr. Medical Director for Quality, Stanford Hospital & Clinics (2007 - Present)

Division Chief, Family Medicine, Stanford School of Medicine (2009 - 2010)

Director, Center for Education & Research in Family & Community Medicine, Stanford School of Medicine (2009 - 2010)

Director, Stanford Physician/Faculty Leadership Development Program, Stanford School of Medicine/SHC (2005 - Present)

Associate Director, Center for Eucation & Research in Family & Community Medicine, Stanford School of Medicine (2002 - 2009)

Assoc Chief of Staff, Stanford Hospital & Clinics (2001 - 2007)

Director of Primary Care, Stanford Hospital & Clinics (2000 - 2007)

Assoc Chief Medical Officer, Stanford Hospital & Clinics (2000 - 2001)

Medical Director for Health Plans, Stanford Health Services (1994 - 1998)

Medical Director Stanford Home Care, Stanford Health Services (1994 - 2001)

Regional Medical Director, Brown & Toland Medical Group (1999 - 1999)

Medical Director, Midpeninsula Health services (1977 - 1993)

Improving and sustaining core measure performance through effective accountability of clinical microsystems in an academic medical center.
Pardini-Kiely, K., Greenlee, E., Hopkins, J., Szaflarski, N. L., & Tabb, K. (2010). Improving and sustaining core measure performance through effective accountability of clinical microsystems in an academic medical center. Joint Commission journal on quality and patient safety / Joint Commission Resources, 36(9), 387-398.

Accountability of Unit-Based Teams Leads to Improved and Sustained Performance of Core Measures
Pardini-Kiely K, Greelet E, & Hopkins J. (2009). Accountability of Unit-Based Teams Leads to Improved and Sustained Performance of Core Measures. Am J Medical Quality, 24(Suppl).

A new instrument to measure appropriateness of services in primary care
Thom, D. H., Kravitz, R. L., Kelly-Reif, S., Sprinkle, R. V., Hopkins, J. R., & Rubenstein, L. V. (2004). A new instrument to measure appropriateness of services in primary care. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR QUALITY IN HEALTH CARE, 16(2), 133-140.

The Midpeninsula Health Service: action research using small primary care groups to provide evidence-based medicine that empowers patients while continuously improving quality and lowering costs.
Goldberg, H. I., Rund, D. A., & Hopkins, J. R. (2002). The Midpeninsula Health Service: action research using small primary care groups to provide evidence-based medicine that empowers patients while continuously improving quality and lowering costs. Medical care, 40(4), II32-9.

Financial incentives for ambulatory care performance improvement.
Hopkins, J. R. (1999). Financial incentives for ambulatory care performance improvement. Joint Commission journal on quality improvement, 25(5), 223-238.

Drug therapy: the impact of managed care.
Hopkins, J., Siu, S., Cawley, M., & Rudd, P. (1998). Drug therapy: the impact of managed care. Advances in pharmacology (San Diego, Calif.), 44, 1-32.

An interdisciplinary teaching program in geriatrics for physician's assistants
Stark R, Hopkins J, & et. al. (1984). An interdisciplinary teaching program in geriatrics for physician's assistants. J. Allied Health, 13.

Multidisciplinary geriatrics training using elders as consultants and community senior resources as classrooms
Yeo G, Hopkins, JR, & et. al. (1982). Multidisciplinary geriatrics training using elders as consultants and community senior resources as classrooms. Gerontology and Geriatric Education.

FAMILY-PRACTICE RESIDENCY GRADUATES AS FACULTY MEMBERS
Hopkins, J. R., & Green, W. M. (1978). FAMILY-PRACTICE RESIDENCY GRADUATES AS FACULTY MEMBERS. JOURNAL OF FAMILY PRACTICE, 6(4), 823-826.

EXPERIENCE OF FAMILY-PRACTICE RESIDENTS AS ATHLETIC TEAM PHYSICIANS
Hopkins, J. R., & Parker, C. E. (1978). EXPERIENCE OF FAMILY-PRACTICE RESIDENTS AS ATHLETIC TEAM PHYSICIANS. JOURNAL OF FAMILY PRACTICE, 7(3), 519-525.

PROTEIN BINDING OF CALCIUM AND STRONTIUM IN GUINEA PIG MATERNAL AND FETAL BLOOD PLASMA
Twardock, A. R., KUO, E. Yh., AUSTIN, M. K., & Hopkins, J. R. (1971). PROTEIN BINDING OF CALCIUM AND STRONTIUM IN GUINEA PIG MATERNAL AND FETAL BLOOD PLASMA. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, 110(7), 1008-?.