Ishani Ganguli, MD attended Harvard College and Harvard Medical School, then trained in Internal Medicine/Primary Care at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). She now practices at the MGH Ambulatory Practice of the Future, an innovation lab for primary care. As a fellow in health policy and management at the Massachusetts General Physicians Organization, she leads patient engagement initiatives including a video-based education program and the implementation of patient reported outcome measures at MGH.

Ishani has written about health care for The Boston Globe, Reuters, ABC News, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The New England Journal of Medicine, among other publications. In addition, she is an instructor at Harvard Medical School, an associate faculty member at Ariadne Labs, a contributing editor at the Journal of General Internal Medicine, and a reviewer for Health News Review. Her research areas of interest include innovation in primary care, patient-doctor communication, medical decision-making, and high-risk patients.

Ishani lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts with her husband and daughter.