Nishi Rawat, M.D., MBA, began her healthcare career as an emergency medicine and critical care physician at Johns Hopkins. As a healthcare faculty member and researcher, she led quality measure development and implementation at Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality. Clinically, she experienced the frustration of locating definitive care for patients with behavioral health conditions, which led to the development in 2015 of OpenBeds, a software platform to expedite access to care.
In 2018, Bamboo Health acquired OpenBeds, where she now serves as Chief Clinical Officer. The OpenBeds system now serves 15 states to improve access to behavioral health and crisis care and is a key product at Bamboo Health, a healthcare technology solutions company focused on fostering care collaboration and providing actionable insights across the entire continuum of care.
Rawat completed her residency and fellowships at Johns Hopkins and Harvard, M.D at Queen’s, B.Sc. from McGill, and MBA from Georgetown.