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Neel Shah is an Americaan physician and the Executive Director of Costs of Care. He has proposed an ethical framework for medicine that includes financial harm to patients under the do no harm principle of medical ethics. He is famous for collecting essays about instances in which inattention to costs has harmed patients emulating the Patient-saafety movement’s use of anecdotes about sponges left in abdomens or amputations of the wrong limb. He was featured in a Doctor and Patient New York Times column by Pauline Chen for creating the Teaching Value Project, aimed at educating doctors about how their decisions impact what patients pay for care.