Mahek A Shah, MD
Mahek A. Shah leads and directs the Value Measurement for Health Care projects at Harvard Business School. As Senior Researcher and Senior Project Director, he designs and implements time-driven activity-based costing (TDABC) globally to help providers, governments, and employers understand real and actual costs of care delivery. He focuses on maximizing value for all stakeholders through reorganization of care delivery, disruptive innovation, and improving the health care experience for all. Dr. Shah is also Associate Faculty at Ariadne Labs and serves on the Board of Operation Airway. He has spent his career at the intersection of health, business, and technology.
Dr. Shah is the co-author of several Harvard Business School (HBS) case studies. His research has been published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), World Health Organization (WHO), the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and Forbes. Shah delivered a TEDx talk at Harvard: Bringing Patient-centered Design to Healthcare. Shah speaks globally on the future of health care delivery, value-based care, innovative delivery models, and the business of healthcare.
Prior to medicine, Dr. Shah worked on Wall Street as an investment banker at Citigroup. Dr. Shah can be found on twitter @Mahek_MD