Ana Sofia Cunningham Warner, MD, MBA

Assistant Professor, Medicine

Ana Sofia Cunningham Warner
801 Massachusetts Ave


Dr. Warner is an Internal Medicine physician at Boston Medical Center. Her clinical practice is in the Women’s Health group in General Internal Medicine. She provides primary care to adult women and also sees patients in the Belkin Breast Health Center. She completed her MD/MBA at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Business School and her residency in Internal Medicine and Primary Care at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Additionally, she is a Medical Director on the Value Based Care team at BMC where she works on a variety of clinical initiatives aimed at improving patient outcomes. She launched the HARP program in 2022, which provides community-based post hospital discharge care to seniors. Additionally she has been involved in clinical innovations related to COPD, CHF, palliative care, diabetes and hypertension. The overarching goal of her work is to make the care we provide at BMC proactive and of high quality and based on the best clinical models available.

Other Positions

  • Assistant Director of Population Health, Boston Medical Center


  • Harvard Medical School, MD
  • Harvard University, MBA
  • Wesleyan University, BA


  • Published on 3/31/2023

    Warner ASC, Ufere NN, Patel NJ, Lau ES, Uchida AM, Hills-Dunlap K, Bromberg GK, Cunningham EA, Tagerman MD, Mills GG, Palamara K, Rigotti NA, Burnett-Bowie SM, Yeh DD, Tanguturi VK. A Women in Medicine Trainees' Council: a model for women trainee professional development. Postgrad Med J. 2023 Mar 31; 99(1168):79-82. PMID: 36841227.

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  • Published on 7/1/2020

    Klein R, Ufere NN, Rao SR, Koch J, Volerman A, Snyder ED, Schaeffer S, Thompson V, Warner AS, Julian KA, Palamara K. Association of Gender With Learner Assessment in Graduate Medical Education. JAMA Netw Open. 2020 Jul 01; 3(7):e2010888. PMID: 32672831.

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  • Published on 4/8/2019

    Warner AS, Lehmann LS. Gender Wage Disparities in Medicine: Time to Close the Gap. J Gen Intern Med. 2019 07; 34(7):1334-1336. PMID: 30963441.

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  • Published on 8/1/2017

    Billings LK, Jablonski KA, Warner AS, Cheng YC, McAteer JB, Tipton L, Shuldiner AR, Ehrmann DA, Manning AK, Dabelea D, Franks PW, Kahn SE, Pollin TI, Knowler WC, Altshuler D, Florez JC. Variation in Maturity-Onset Diabetes of the Young Genes Influence Response to Interventions for Diabetes Prevention. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2017 08 01; 102(8):2678-2689. PMID: 28453780.

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  • Published on 8/1/2016

    Warner AS, Shah N, Morse A, Lehmann EY, Maurer R, Moyer Z, Soleymani Lehmann L. Patient and Physician Attitudes Toward Low-Value Diagnostic Tests. JAMA Intern Med. 2016 08 01; 176(8):1219-21. PMID: 27367550.

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  • Published on 8/15/2013

    Walford GA, Davis J, Warner AS, Ackerman RJ, Billings LK, Chamarthi B, Fanelli RR, Hernandez AM, Huang C, Khan SQ, Littleton KR, Lo J, McCarthy RM, Rhee EP, Deik A, Stolerman E, Taylor A, Hudson MS, Wang TJ, Altshuler D, Grant RW, Clish CB, Gerszten RE, Florez JC. Branched chain and aromatic amino acids change acutely following two medical therapies for type 2 diabetes mellitus. Metabolism. 2013 Dec; 62(12):1772-8. PMID: 23953891.

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  • Published on 7/10/2009

    Hivert MF, Warner AS, Shrader P, Grant RW, Meigs JB. Diabetes Risk Perception and Intention to Adopt Healthy Lifest yles Among Primary Care Patients. Diabetes Care. 2009 Oct; 32(10):1820-2. PMID: 19592631.

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