Project: Commonwealth Care Alliance. Boston, MA. Community-based healthcare organization dedicated to improving care for individuals who are dually eligible for MassHealth (Medicaid)and Medicare with complex medical, behavioral health and social needs, including those with disabilities.
Suhas Gondi is a dual-degree MD/MBA student at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Business School.
As an EMT in his hometown in Virginia, he saw how structural barriers impact access to health care for vulnerable patients. He dedicated himself to studying medicine and policy together with the goal of building a health care system that delivers better outcomes and prioritizes equity.
Suhas is a health policy researcher and writer. His scholarly work has been published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, the Lancet, Health Affairs Blog, BMJ Opinion, and Academic Medicine, and his writing has been featured in CNN, NPR, and USA Today.
At Harvard, Suhas was a Foster Scholar at the Stoeckle Center for Primary Care Innovation at Massachusetts General Hospital and co-director of Crimson Care Collaborative. He is also a Scholar at Flare Capital Partners and a Fellow at The Zetema Project. During the Covid-19 pandemic, he was a member of Covid19Bill.org and GetUsPPE.org.