Tracy Minichiello, MD

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San Francisco, CA 94121

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  • Professor, School of Medicine

Biography

Dr. Minichiello is a Clinical Professor of Medicine at UCSF and the Chief of the Anticoagulation and Thrombosis services in the Division of Hematology at San Francisco’s VA Medical Center. She over sees a multidisciplinary service caring for patients on anticoagulation. She developed the first electronic consultation program in anticoagulation and thrombosis for the VA, providing high level subspecialty consultation to urban and remote veterans and their providers. She serves as a subjust matter expert for VA nationally, is involved in regional and national anticoagulation-related guidelines, performance measures and policies. Dr Minichiello is on the Board of Directors of the Anticoagulation Forum. She has been invited to lecture nationally for the American College of Physicians, the Society of Hospital Medicine, Anticoagulation Forum and regularly teach residents, medical students, fellows, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, RNs LVNs, nutritionists in my area of expertise.

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  1. Minichiello T. Moderate renal impairment and risk of bleeding with anticoagulation. Arch Intern Med. 2012 Dec 10; 172(22):1718-20. View on Pubmed
  2. Minichiello T. Efforts to optimize patient benefit from inferior vena cava filters: comment on "Retrieval of inferior vena caval filters after prolonged indwelling time". Arch Intern Med. 2011 Nov 28; 171(21):1955-6. View on Pubmed
  3. Wang JY, Terdiman JP, Vittinghoff E, Minichiello T, Varma MG. Hospitalized ulcerative colitis patients have an elevated risk of thromboembolic events. World J Gastroenterol. 2009 Feb 28; 15(8):927-35. View on Pubmed
  4. Minichiello T, Fogarty PF. Diagnosis and management of venous thromboembolism. Med Clin North Am. 2008 Mar; 92(2):443-65, x. View on Pubmed
  5. Minichiello TA, Ling D, Ucci DK. Breaking bad news: a practical approach for the hospitalist. J Hosp Med. 2007 Nov; 2(6):415-21. View on Pubmed