About Dhruv ///
Dhruv Khullar, M.D., M.P.P. is a physician and assistant professor of health policy and economics at Weill Cornell Medical College. He is also a contributor at The New Yorker, where he writes about medicine, health care, and politics. He currently serves as Director of Policy Dissemination at the Physicians Foundation Center for Physician Practice and Leadership, and was recently a Senior Research Fellow at NYC Health + Hospitals.
Dr. Khullar completed his training in internal medicine at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, and earned his medical degree (M.D.) at the Yale School of Medicine. He also received a Masters in Public Policy (M.P.P.) from the Harvard Kennedy School, where he was a fellow at the Center for Public Leadership. He has been recognized by LinkedIn as among the Top 10 Healthcare Professionals Under 35, by the National Minority Quality Forum as a 40 Under 40 Leader in Health, and by FASPE with the 2019 Distinguished Fellow Award for Ethical Leadership.
My new @JAMAHealthForum piece on physician professionalism, health care quality, and what we can do to address the fundamental drivers of burnout: https://t.co/wFEkieuOjH1 week ago
"The aftermath of pandemics requires as much focus and response as the start. And the United States’ leadership is crucial." @Atul_Gawande https://t.co/FHWETuhFqq2 weeks ago
I joined @CNNThisMorning to discuss a new FDA-approved nasal spray for people with migraines. The spray acts fast, targets a molecule associated with inflammation, and should be available in July. https://t.co/QqpghUHlSG3 weeks ago
My latest @NewYorker on the COVID lab leak debate—what we know and what to do about it: https://t.co/Ven5IDiLvb4 weeks ago
My @JAMA_current editorial on @HNeprash et al's important new study on recent Medicare policy changes and primary care payment. If payment reflects priorities, there's little doubt we undervalue primary care. Some ideas on how we might change that: https://t.co/KzEVG7nVN51 month ago
I joined @CNNThisMorning to chat about my new @NewYorker article on the promise and perils of using A.I. in mental health care. https://t.co/DHdLL4u2mp1 month ago
In this week's @NewYorker, I write about the converging worlds of algorithms, chatbots, and mental health care. Can artificial minds help heal real ones? What do we stand to gain, or lose, in letting them try? https://t.co/HWe4PT8qC71 month ago
RT @NewYorker: As the COVID-19 pandemic approaches its fourth year, the physician @dhruvkhullar examines which strategies worked to control…1 month ago
I had a chance to join @AudieCornish and @kaitlancollins this morning to chat about mental health, Senator Fetterman, and Bruce Willis's dementia diagnosis. https://t.co/YLNVVCeIS81 month ago
Our new @JAMA_current paper on Medicare's MIPS program👇 We find that MIPS is no better than chance at identifying good performance on various outcomes, and that PCPs who care for vulnerable patients may be at risk for penalties even when providing high-quality care. https://t.co/qpufEZz0at4 months ago