Aaron Stupple practices hospital medicine and teaches medical students and residents at Baystate Medical Center. His focus is experimental practice redesign compatible with the Accountable Care model. He completed residency at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston and graduated from SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse NY in 2012. As a fellow of the Lown Institute, he organized grassroots efforts at healthcare reform. He completed a Copello fellowship with the National Physician's Association where developed digital tools, in partnership with Consumer Reports, to combat overuse. Prior to his career in medicine, Aaron's developed an interest in the power and potential of youth over five years of teaching high school science.
Sana advances a unique multidisciplinary integrative approach to improving global health: leveraging technology to overcome resource limitations, focusing on analytics to drive evidence-based quality improvement, and an educational program for capacity building to promote locally sustained innovation.