Shuhan He, MD is a dual-board certified physician with expertise in Emergency Medicine and Clinical Informatics. He serves as the Program Director of Healthcare Data Analytics at MGH Institute. Dr. He has interests at the intersection of acute care and computer science, utilizing algorithmic approaches to systems with a focus on large actionable data and Bayesian interpretation. He is committed to making a positive impact in the field of healthcare through the use of cutting-edge technology and data analytics.

  • BS, Biology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • MD, Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California, Doctor of Medicine with Honors Distinction in Research, Los Angeles, CA 

Dr. He's research interests and expertise revolve around the practice of emergency medicine and digital health. Since 2019, he has been actively involved in the implementation of digital health solutions for patient care and the improvement of the healthcare system for public health. He helped found GetUsPPE, a nationally and internationally recognized digital organization that has helped healthcare workers and patients receive PPE during the COVID-19 pandemic with over 2.5 million pieces of PPE delivered within 6 months. He is the inventor of the Anatomical Heart and Lung Emojis on both Apple iOS and Android phones - an impact on digital health worldwide. He also works at the intersection of medicine and technology transfer. 

Awards and Honors

Rising Stars: 104 healthcare leaders to know, 2022

Becker's Hospital Review is proud to recognize the rising stars in healthcare, focused on leaders with diverse backgrounds from across the industry who are 40 years old or younger. 

Modern HealthCare Top 25 Emerging Leaders, 2021

The Top 25 Emerging Leaders program awards and recognition program recognizes the industry's rising stars. These young executives have made significant contributions in the areas of healthcare administration, management or policy. 

EMRA 25 Under 45: Influencers in Emergency Medicine, 2020

In 2020, the Emergency Medicine Residents' Association (EMRA) launched its 25 Under 45 campaign to recognize young emergency medicine physicians who are changing the world. 

The Boston Business Journal 40 Under 40, 2021

Boston Business Journal recognizes 40 of Boston's best and brightest young professionals.