Vineet Arora, MD, MAPP, is an academic hospitalist who specializes in improving the learning environment for healthcare professionals and the quality, safety and value of care delivered in teaching hospitals.
As a healthcare leader who bridges the gap between medical education and health systems science, she works to integrate frontline clinicians, including medical trainees, into the quality, safety and value mission of UChicago Medicine. Her work has transformed both the learning and care delivered in teaching hospitals. She has authored over 200 papers that have been cited over 10,000 times.
She is an elected member to the National Academy of Medicine and serves on the Board for the American Board of Internal Medicine and the Joint Commission. As an advocate for gender equity across health care, she has leadership roles in several organizations dedicated to advancing women leaders and ensuring gender equity in healthcare, including Women of Impact, TIME’S UP Healthcare and the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine’s Action Collaborative on Sexual Harassment in Higher Education.