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Anita Arora, MD, MBA, MHS

Internal Medicine

Biography

Anita Arora, MD, MBA, MHS is an assistant professor in general internal medicine at Yale School of Medicine.

Dr. Arora received her undergraduate degree from Pomona College and her medical degree and MBA from Dartmouth College. She completed internal medicine residency at Yale New Haven Hospital and went on to complete the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program at Yale School of Medicine. 

As a clinical scholar, her research was focused on population health and well-being. Dr. Arora currently serves as associate director of Population Health for Yale Medicine and regional medical director for Yale Medicine Ambulatory Services. In these roles, Dr. Arora addresses operational issues and implements population health management strategies in order to improve access, quality, efficiency, and coordination of care provided by Yale’s faculty-based practice. 

She also serves as physician lead for the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Coordinating Optimal Referral Experiences Project. In this role, she guides academic medical centers across the nation as they launch electronic consults and enhanced referrals, and collaborates with the AAMC team to develop strategies and priorities for the national initiative. Clinically, Dr. Arora practices medicine and teaches both residents and medical students at Cornell-Scott Hill Health Center and in the Generalist Inpatient Service at Yale New Haven Hospital.

Titles

  • Assistant Professor

Education & Training

  • MHS
    Yale University (2017)
  • Board certification
    AB of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine (2015) (2015)
  • Resident
    Yale-New Haven Hospital (2015)
  • MBA
    Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth (2012)
  • MD
    Dartmouth School of Medicine (2012)

Additional Information

Biography

Anita Arora, MD, MBA, MHS is an assistant professor in general internal medicine at Yale School of Medicine.

Dr. Arora received her undergraduate degree from Pomona College and her medical degree and MBA from Dartmouth College. She completed internal medicine residency at Yale New Haven Hospital and went on to complete the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program at Yale School of Medicine. 

As a clinical scholar, her research was focused on population health and well-being. Dr. Arora currently serves as associate director of Population Health for Yale Medicine and regional medical director for Yale Medicine Ambulatory Services. In these roles, Dr. Arora addresses operational issues and implements population health management strategies in order to improve access, quality, efficiency, and coordination of care provided by Yale’s faculty-based practice. 

She also serves as physician lead for the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Coordinating Optimal Referral Experiences Project. In this role, she guides academic medical centers across the nation as they launch electronic consults and enhanced referrals, and collaborates with the AAMC team to develop strategies and priorities for the national initiative. Clinically, Dr. Arora practices medicine and teaches both residents and medical students at Cornell-Scott Hill Health Center and in the Generalist Inpatient Service at Yale New Haven Hospital.

Titles

  • Assistant Professor

Education & Training

  • MHS
    Yale University (2017)
  • Board certification
    AB of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine (2015) (2015)
  • Resident
    Yale-New Haven Hospital (2015)
  • MBA
    Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth (2012)
  • MD
    Dartmouth School of Medicine (2012)

Additional Information