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Ilana Richman, MD

Assistant Professor

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Ilana Richman, MD



Dr. Richman is a general internist and health services researcher. Her research interests explore how health policy and preventive services intersect and how we can use specific policies to promote both better health and value in healthcare. She has a specific interest in cancer screening and her current work focuses on evaluating new breast cancer screening technologies as well as use and implementation of lung cancer screening.

Education & Training

  • Fellow
    Palo Alto Veterans Affairs Health Care System (2016)
  • Chief Resident
    Stanford Health Care (2014)
  • Resident
    Stanford Health Care (2013)
  • MD
    University of California, San Francisco (2010)
  • AB
    Harvard University, History and Science (2004)

Honors & Recognition

AwardAwarding OrganizationDate
Hamolsky Award FinalistSociety of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting2017
Lipkin AwardSociety of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting2016
Lusted Prize FinalistSociety for Medical Decision Making National Meeting2015
Stanford Hospital Transform Award for Teamwork and CommunicationStanford Hospital2013
Kaiser Family Foundation Health Policy FellowshipKaiser Family Foundation2012
Award for Resident ResearchAmerican College of Rheumatology Annual Meeting2010
Magna cum Laude with Highest Honors in ConcentrationHarvard University2004
John Harvard ScholarshipHarvard University2004
John Harvard ScholarshipHarvard University2003
Harvard College ScholarshipHarvard University2002
Harvard College ScholarshipHarvard University2001

Professional Service

Annals of Internal MedicineReviewer2020 - Present
American Heart JournalReviewer2020 - Present
Journal of the National Cancer InstituteReviewer2020 - Present
BMJReviewer2020 - Present
Health Services ResearchReviewer2020 - Present

Departments & Organizations