Omar Badri, M.D.

Omar Badri, M.D.

Omar Badri, M.D. is an internal medicine/dermatology resident at the Brigham & Women’s Hospital/Harvard Combined Dermatology Program. His research interests involve the utilization of patient care protocols to enhance the quality of care as well as using time-driven activity-based cost analysis to accurately define and evaluate clinical workflows. Dr. Badri is also the founder of a patient engagement company called Medumo that services several major tertiary health care organizations to improve peri-operative patient engagement for patient undergoing colonoscopies and surgeries using the ERAS protocol. He obtained his M.D. at Harvard Medical School and a B.S. in economics at Arizona State University.

As a 2017 AID Scholar he identified low patient compliance with compression stockings as a clinical problem or critical barrier to progress in the field of dermatology.