Somava Saha Stout MD, MS
Dr. Somava Stout is currently the VP of Patient-Centered Medical Home Development at Cambridge Health Alliance and is helping to redesign the health system so that it works better for underserved patients. A primary care physician deeply committed to improving the health of underserved communities, Stout helped to create a community health center that has achieved NCQA Level 3 recognition and has been highlighted as a national “best practice” for patient-centered medical home transformation.
She recently served as the President of the Medical Staff and is the Co-Director for the Primary Care Innovation Fellowship at Harvard Medical School, where she is engaging the next generation of primary care physicians to be part of health system innovation.
Stout received her Bachelor’s from Harvard-Radcliffe and her MD from the University of California Berkeley-San Francisco Joint Medical Program, where she also completed a master’s on sustainable development of health in underserved communities in Guyana. Stout has been invited to share her experience of developing the patient-centered medical neighborhood model of care throughout the country.