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Suhas Gondi, M.D.

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Harvard Medical School, Boston, MAMD05/2022Medicine
Harvard Business School, Boston, MAMBA05/2022Business
Washington University, St. Louis, MOBA05/2017Neuroscience, Economics

Suhas Gondi is a resident physician in internal medicine and primary care at Atrius Health and Brigham and Women's Hospital. He is committed to using policy, advocacy, and innovation to redesign the American health care system.

His academic interests span a range of topics in health policy and politics, including private equity, hospitals, Medicare, and primary care. His work has been published in the New England Journal of Medicine, JAMA, and the Lancet, and his writing has appeared in CNN, NPR, USA Today, STAT, and Scientific American. His research has been cited in Congressional testimony and by the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission and featured by the New York Times, Washington Post, New Yorker, Politico, Axios, and the LA Times. He is an Associate Editor at Healthcare: The Journal of Delivery Science and Innovation.

Suhas served on the White House Health Equity Leaders Roundtable (2021-2022) and the Biden-Harris Health Policy Committee (2020). During the Covid-19 pandemic, he helped launch response efforts including a working group advising Congress on the stimulus package, a national effort to distribute personal protective equipment, and a local program to bring mobile vaccination units to vulnerable communities in Boston. He also served as an advisor to the New York City health commissioner and the founding clinical lead for Ounce of Care, a health startup that has raised $5M to serve residents of affordable housing.

He was invited to the Aspen Institute as an Aspen Ideas Health Fellow (2022), the American Medical Association's Advocacy Day in Washington, DC, and the American College of Physicians Leadership Conference.

He earned an MD from Harvard Medical School with Honors (magna cum laude) and an MBA from Harvard Business School with Distinction. In medical school, he led the Crimson Care Collaborative, a collection of student-run clinics that delivered primary care to thousands of patients each year.

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