Sameer Berry, MD
“We are proving our ability to drive meaningful improvements in patient outcomes, satisfaction, and quality of life - while also leading to a significant reduction in avoidable healthcare cost. Patients are unnecessarily suffering due to the small incremental improvements in care delivery that we have seen over the past few decades. We have an opportunity to broaden what has traditionally been considered standard GI care and radically transform subspeciality care for both patients and physicians.”
Dr. Sameer Berry, MD, MBA is a gastroenterologist and physician-entrepreneur dedicated to using evidence-based, whole-person care to improve the lives of patients with digestive disorders. Dr. Berry practices on both sides of hybrid care delivery, holding leadership roles in private practice gastroenterology in Manhattan, as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Mount Sinai Health System, and as Co-founder & Chief Medical Officer at Oshi Health, a venture-backed virtual-first specialty care clinic for digestive health. Oshi Health has risk-bearing contracts with national health plans and self-insured employers across 20 states.
At Oshi, Berry led the development of the first true value-based contracts in gastroenterology with national health plans. He serves as a principal investigator on randomized-controlled trials in gastroenterology and has more than twenty publications in peer-reviewed journals. His grant-funded research focuses on the validation of digital health technologies, integrated care delivery, remote patient monitoring, bundled/capitated payments, telehealth regulation, and site of service differentials.
Berry has practiced in a broad variety of clinical settings including the Cleveland Clinic, Veteran Affairs (VA), Memorial Sloan Kettering, county hospitals, homeless clinics, LGBT+ centers, assisted living facilities, and in-home care. He earned a doctor of medicine degree from Oakland University, a masters in business administration from Duke University, completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles, his fellowship in gastroenterology at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and advanced training in IBD endoscopy at the Cleveland Clinic. He is a member of the AGA, ACG, ASGE, ANMS, and ROME Foundation.