Shantanu Nundy, MD, MBA

Shantanu Nundy, MD, MBA

Shantanu Nundy, MD, MBA, is a primary care physician, technologist and business leader who serves as chief medical officer for Accolade, which helps over 8 million people navigate the health system. In addition, he practices primary care in the greater Washington, DC, area and serves as a senior advisor to the World Bank and a lecturer in health policy at the George Washington University Milken Institute for Public Health.

Previously, Dr. Nundy was a senior health specialist in the World Bank Group $15B Health, Nutrition, and Population Global Practice, where he advised developing countries across Africa, Asia and South America on health system innovation and technology. Previously, he was director of the Human Diagnosis Project, a health care AI startup, which he successfully built into the world’s largest open medical project spanning 80 countries. Prior to that, he was managing director for Clinical Innovation at Evolent Health, where he helped launch value-based care models and accountable care organizations around the country.

Dr. Nundy has served as researcher and advisor to the CDC on childhood diarrhea in Peru, the United Nations Development Programme on maternal quality of care in Uganda, and the World Health Organization on surgical and hospital safety. Dr. Nundy has degrees from MIT (BS), University of Chicago (MBA), and Johns Hopkins (MD).

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