Brian Clay, MD

Brian Clay, MD

Professor, CMIO for Inpatient and Hospital Affiliations

Contact Information

9560 Towne Ctr Dr.


  • Health Sciences Clinical Professor of Medicine, Division of Hospital Medicine, Department of Medicine
  • Chief Medical Information Officer
  • Core Faculty Member, Internal Medicine Residency Program
  • Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Hospital Medicine, Department of Medicine
  • Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency Program
  • Associate Clerkship Director (Hillcrest), Medicine 401 (Core Medicine Third Year Clerkship)
  • Assistant Medical Director, Clinical Information Services

Education

  • Internal Medicine Residency Program, Vanderbilt University, 2003
  • University of California San Diego, MD, 2000
  • University of California San Diego, BS (Chemistry/Biochemistry), 1995

Training

  • University of California San Diego Physician Leadership Academy
  • 10 x 10 Course in Bioinformatics, American Medical Informatics Association
  • Mini-Advanced Training Program in Quality Improvement, Intermountain Health Care

Honors and Awards

  • Nominee, 2008 Kaiser Excellence in Teaching Award, UCSD School of Medicine
  • 2008 Faculty Teaching Award, UCSD Internal Medicine Residency Program
  • Nominee, 2009 Kaiser Excellence in Teaching Award, UCSD School of Medicine
  • Clay BJ, Halasyamani L, Stucky ER, Greenwald JL, and Williams MV. “Brief Communication: Results of a Medication Reconciliation Survey from the 2006 Society of Hospital Medicine National Meeting.” J Hosp Med 2008 Nov-Dec;3(6):465-72.
  • Lee J, Clay BJ, Maynard G, and Zelazny Z. “Indication Based Ordering: A New Paradigm for Glycemic Control in Hospitalized Patients.” Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology May 2008, 2(3): 349-356.
  • Hofflich HL, Oh DK, Choe CH, Clay B, Tibble C, Kulasa KM, Shah PK, Fink E, Girard PJ, Schwartz AK, Maynard GA. “Using a triggered endocrinology service consultation to improve the evaluation, management, and follow-up of osteoporosis in hip-fracture patients.” Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf, 2014 May; 40(5):228-34.