Anders Chen, headshot
Assistant Professor
Medicine
Director of Population Health, Primary Care, VA Puget Sound
Health Systems Pathway Director, UW Internal Medicine Residency Program

Faculty Information

Biography

Pronouns: he/him

Education & Training: 
MD
University of California, San Francisco
San Francisco, CA
2003–2008
Internal Medicine Internship & Residency
University of Washington
Seattle, WA
2008–2011
Fellowship in General Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD
2011–2014
MHS in Health Economics
Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
Baltimore, MD
2011–2012
Fellowship in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety
Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute
Baltimore, MD
2013–2014
Leadership in Health Policy
Society of General Internal Medicine
2017–2018
Honors: 
Henry Richardson Labouisse Prize Fellowship
2001
Dean's Scholarship
2003
NIH T32 Research Training Grant
2011–2014
Fatemeh Vahabzadeh Award for Cross Collaborative Research
2014
WWAMI Professionalism Award
2020
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Research & Clinical Interests
Research Interests: 
  • HIV primary care and prevention
  • Primary care payment and delivery reform
  • Resident education in health policy
  • Population health and health disparities
  • Equity in value-based care
Publications