Bradley Rosen, MD, MBA, FHM
Director, Care Transitions and Complex Medical Management
Bradley T. Rosen, MD, MBA, FHM is the Director of Care Transitions and Complex Medical Management at Cedars-Sinai.
In 2006 Dr. Rosen created the ISP Hospitalist service and has since grown the team into a robust, multi-disciplinary operation with 28 full-time hospitalists, 10 dedicated care managers, 8 nurse practitioners, a home health liaison, a social worker, a pharmacist, and a physical therapist. Under his leadership ISP has become the largest admitting entity to Cedars-Sinai and has successfully demonstrated value for thousands of patients through the delivery of high-quality, efficient, well-coordinated care.
Dr. Rosen recently expanded his team’s clinical services through the Enhanced Care Program, a Nurse Practitioner-driven program that is focused on safely transitioning and managing high-risk patients discharged from Cedars-Sinai to local skilled nursing facilities and to home.
In September 2013, Dr. Rosen assumed responsibility for Cedars-Sinai’s Supportive Care Medicine Program. This health system-wide consultative service works closely with PCPs and specialists to assist patients who are experiencing serious or advanced disease to better manage their symptoms, engage in Advance Care Planning, clarify goals of care and code status, and provide emotional and spiritual support. By integrating palliative care consults into the concurrent treatment and management of patients with a wide variety of illnesses, the Supportive Care Medicine Program helps to ensure that treatments and interventions are personalized and appropriate, and are aligned to achieve each patient’s goals of care while not exceeding their burden tolerance.
In his role as the Director of Care Transitions, Dr. Rosen has assumed a leadership role in Population Health by designing and implementing innovative programs that improve the overall value of services provided to Cedars-Sinai patients.
Dr. Rosen was elected by his peers to serve as the Clinical Chief of the Division of General Internal Medicine within the Department of Medicine through December of 2014.
A strong patient safety advocate, Dr. Rosen continues to participate in clinical research on procedural medicine. Dr. Rosen established and continues to co-chair the Society of Hospital Medicine's procedure and portable ultrasound training courses throughout the country and has travelled nationwide to give hands-on training seminars.
Dr. Rosen is a Diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine, a member of the Society of Hospital Medicine, the Society of General Internal Medicine and the American College of Physicians. In 2009, Dr. Rosen was inducted into the inaugural class of Fellows of Hospital Medicine conferred by the Society of Hospital Medicine, and in 2012 he became board-certified in Hospice and Palliative Medicine. Dr. Rosen has written articles for numerous peer-reviewed publications, including the Journal of General Internal Medicine, Journal of Hospital Medicine and the New England Journal of Medicine. Dr. Rosen was also included in a Wall Street Journal feature article in 2007 on proceduralists and Cedars-Sinai's Procedure Center.
Dr. Rosen earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and his medical and business degrees from the University of Chicago. He completed his internship and residency at Cedars-Sinai.