Lisa Shah, M.D., is a member of FierceHealthcare's Editor Advisory Council. She is the chief medical officer of Advantia Health. Shah has deep experience in designing value-based care models and the complex change management required for success. In addition to her career as a practicing physician and healthcare innovator, Shah is passionate about promoting equity and inclusion for women.
Prior to coming to Advantia, she served as chief innovation officer at Sound Physicians where she led the development and implementation of innovative provider and patient-focused virtual care models. Previously, she spent five years at Evolent Health, a publicly-traded company focused on accelerating the transformation to value-based care for providers and health plans. At Evolent, Shah served as senior vice president of clinical operations and network, working with health plans and accountable care organizations to build the most effective provider-led care models across multiple populations. Her work in value-based care redesign has been focused on appropriately leveraging technology, workflows and multidisciplinary care teams while ensuring the highest patient and provider experience.
Shah graduated from Duke University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. She completed medical school at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. She attended the University of Chicago where she completed her residency training in internal medicine and pediatrics, an academic post-residency research fellowship in hospital-based medicine, and received her master’s degree in public policy. In addition to her role at Advantia Health, she practices primary care within the Advantia healthcare network. She was a Washington Business Journal Minority Business Leader awardee. She is a member of Women of Impact, a group of women healthcare executives dedicated to helping women across the healthcare industry have a long-lasting impact on improving the health of the nation. She lives in Bethesda, Maryland with her husband and three children.