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Robert Greene

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Robert A. Greene, MD, MHCDS, FACP, is Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Executive Vice President and Chief Population Health Management Officer, joining the leadership team on July 28, 2014.

Working in close collaboration with clinical and administrative leadership, he oversees operations for population health management and accountable care organization work across the Dartmouth-Hitchcock system. He leads development and implementation strategies to succeed under population-based reimbursement models, and also plays a key role in employee wellness and population health initiatives, working with programs at Dartmouth-Hitchcock and with partners in the community.

Prior to joining Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Dr. Greene served as Senior Vice President for Innovation and Applied Analytics for UnitedHealthcare in Minnetonka, MN. In this role, he led the Clinical Analytics Division of UHC, where he was responsible for coordinating clinical performance measurement across the company. He also was in charge of research and development for UHC’s national physician public reporting program, the UnitedHealthcare Premium® designation program, analytic support for patient-centered medical home pilots, clinical performance measurement for performance-based contracting and value-based incentives, and multiple provider-facing quality improvement programs.

In addition, Dr. Greene was the executive sponsor for design of the UHC Patient Centered Care Model, a model of care that integrates the medical, behavioral and social needs of patients, especially those with multiple complex chronic diseases, and alignment of UHC clinical models under the PCCM framework.

Dr. Greene is a 1978 graduate of Harvard College and a 1986 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA. He completed his Internship and Residency in Internal Medicine at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, NY. In June of 2014, he graduated from the Master in Health Care Delivery Science Program at Dartmouth and the Tuck School of Business.