Steven Chan

MD MBA Professor & Author at Stanford University School of Medicine

  • anxiety
  • stress
  • mental health
  • technology
  • digital health
  • productivity
  • success
  • psychiatry
  • time management
  • personal development

Expert Credentials

Steven Chan (@StevenChanMD, www.stevenchanMD.com, www.mentalpowerhacks.com ), is a clinical informaticist and Medical Director for Digital Health, Addiction Consultation & Treatment at Palo Alto VA Health, and is on faculty as Clinical Assistant Professor (Affiliated) with Stanford University School of Medicine. Dr. Chan is co-investigator on clinical research — at UC Davis, funded by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services; and at UCSF, funded by the Stanford-UCSF Center for Excellence in Regulatory Sciences — in areas of telehealth and digital health. Dr. Chan is a sought-after national speaker whose ideas, thoughts, and research have been featured at Fortune 50 companies such as Google; publications such as JAMA, Telemedicine and e-Health, JMIR (Journal of Medical Internet Research), U.S. News & World Report, and Wired; and on media outlets including the Washington Post, Wired, PBS and NPR Ideastream. Dr. Chan served as Vice Chair for the Workgroup on Mental Health & Psychiatric Apps at the American Psychiatric Association (APA), and serves on the Committees on Innovation, Telepsychiatry, and Mental Health Information Technology.

Background

Steven Chan (@StevenChanMD, www.stevenchanMD.com, www.mentalpowerhacks.com ) is a clinical informaticist, psychiatrist, and serves as Medical Director for Addiction Consultation & Treatment at Palo Alto VA Health, and is on faculty as a clinical professor with Stanford University School of Medicine. Dr. Chan performs clinical research — funded by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services — in areas of telehealth and digital mental health, with applications in underserved and minority health. Dr. Chan is a sought-after national speaker whose ideas, thoughts, and research have been featured by Talks At Google, JAMA, Telemedicine and e-Health, JMIR (Journal of Medical Internet Research), Wired, PBS, and NPR Ideastream