Research & Publications
Dr. Babar Khokhar is the associate dean for clinical affairs and chief medical officer of Yale Medicine (YM). In that role, Dr. Khokhar oversees such areas as clinical innovation, YM regional medical directors, credentialing, patient relations, and risk management. He also oversees Yale Clinical Optimization Services, a program he founded that is dedicated to the transformation of ambulatory care focusing on value, efficiency and the patient and physician/provider experience.
Within the Department of Neurology, Dr. Khokhar serves as vice chair for operations and director of the MDA-ALS Clinic. As vice chair, he oversees outpatient neurology practices within the department and has helped expand ambulatory access to neurological services across the state.
Dr. Khokhar graduated with honors from Johns Hopkins University, majoring in neuroscience and economics. He then earned his MD and MBA in healthcare management in a combined four-year program at Tufts University. After completing his neurology residency and neuromuscular medicine fellowship at Yale New Haven Hospital, he joined the Yale Department of Neurology as a faculty member. His clinical interests include motor neuron diseases such Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) as well as other neuromuscular disorders. His other interests included medical education and health care administration, focusing on optimizing the delivery of ambulatory care and improving both the patient and provider experience in such delivery models.
Education & Training
- Neuromuscular Medicine FellowVeterans Administration/Yale School of Medicine (2012)
- Chief Resident (Administrative)Yale-New Haven Hospital (2011)
- ResidentYale-New Haven Hospital (2010)
- InternYale-New Haven Hospital (2008)
- MDTufts University School of Medicine (2007)
- MBATufts University (2007)
- BAJohns Hopkins University, Neuroscience and Economics (2003)
Honors & Recognition
|Humanitarian of the Year||MDA||2015|
|Resident of the Year||Yale School of Medicine||2011|