Principal TNT Health Enterprises, critical care physician, and expert in digital health and workforce issues.

Dr. Tina Shah is a pulmonary and critical care physician and national expert in workforce wellbeing, digital transformation, and health policy. Early during the COVID pandemic, Dr. Shah stood up telemedicine for a large health system in Georgia and led emergency response across tribal hospitals. Prior to this, she served in a dual appointment in the Obama and Trump White House Administrations and in the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs (VA) where she was VA’s first director of clinician wellbeing. In 2022, she was senior advisor to the current U.S. Surgeon General where she created the nation’s strategy to address the great resignation and burnout in health care.

As principal of TNT Health Enterprises, Dr. Shah now works with health systems and the tech industry to leverage tech in the workplace so that both clinicians and their patients win. She is triple board-certified in internal medicine, pulmonary, and critical care, and actively practices at Robert Wood Johnson Beth Israel Medical Center in Newark, New Jersey. Dr. Shah speaks nationally on health policy topics and has been featured at the National Academy of Medicine, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and as a commentator on CBS and NBC news. She received her medical degree from Thomas Jefferson University and her Master of Public Health degree from Harvard University. When not contemplating life’s larger questions, she enjoys playing volleyball and spending time with her family in New Jersey.

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