Sachin D. Shah
Section of General Internal Medicine
Assistant Professor of Medicine
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AB2001Princeton UniversityMolecular Biology
MD2006Wayne State University 
Residency2010University of Rochester Medical CenterInternal Medicine/Pediatrics

Academic Interests

Dr. Shah serves as Associate Chief Medical Information Officer of UChicago Medicine, where his work focuses on population health, value based care, and patient engagement. He has played a primary role in shaping care of patients by implementing evidence based improvements to clinical practice. He has particular expertise in clinical decision support, chronic disease and wellness registries, care gap analysis, quality improvement, and analytics. Dr. Shah also serves as the Associate Program Director of the Medicine-Pediatrics Residency program, and as Core Faculty for the Internal Medicine Residency program. He works closely with medical students and residents, emphasizing patient centered care, clinical reasoning, and evidence based practice.

Clinical Interests

Dr. Shah is board certified in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, and provides comprehensive primary care to adults and children. He is interested in population health, chronic disease management, and preventive health.

Representative Publications

  1. It Takes Two to Tango: Engaging Patients and Providers With Portals. SD Shah, D Liebovitz. PM&R 9 (5), S85-S97.
  2. Management of Acute Diverticulitis. SD Shah, AS Cifu. JAMA 318 (3), 291-292.
  3. Hypertension in Women: Evaluation and Management. GW Weyer, B Dunlap, SD Shah. Obstetrics and gynecology clinics of North America. 43(2), 287-306
  4. The trouble with disaster relief. SD Shah. Annals of Internal Medicine. 2011 Apr 19;154(8):568-9.
  5. Pediatrics in the community: the Haiti earthquake. SD Shah, CA Aligne. Pediatric in Review. 2011 Jan;32(1):34.

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