Jessica Dudley, MD, chief medical officer of the Brigham and Women’s Physicians Organization, will now also serve as BWHC vice president of Care Redesign, building on her leadership and track record in this area. In this role, Dudley will be partnering with BWHC academic departments, divisions and clinical services to innovate new delivery models to deliver high-value service, including population health management. (For additional information about BWHC leadership updates, please see January’s Comings, Goings & Promotions.)
“We are gifted with an exceptionally skilled and creative senior leadership team, and these expanded roles and responsibilities position BWHC for continued leadership and success,” said BWHC Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Ron M. Walls, MD.
Weil New PHM Medical Director for Primary Care
Eric Weil, MD, has joined the Partners Population Health Management (PHM) team as medical director for Primary Care, as of January 1. Weil is known to many in the Partners community for his roles as associate medical director for Primary Care in the MGPO and associate chief for Clinical Affairs in the Division of General Internal Medicine at MGH.
As part of the PHM senior management team, Weil is responsible for working in collaboration with primary care leaders at BWH and MGH to implement the Partners-wide patient-centered medical home initiative and the iCMP program. He is also collaborating with other PHM team members on mental health, specialty initiatives, post-acute care programs and analytic needs.
Since 2009, Weil has chaired the Partners Primary Care Task Force. In addition to practicing primary care internal medicine in Revere for the past 15 years, he has had several administrative roles at MGH, including co-chairing the clinical policy and records committee and overseeing credentialing for all primary care physicians. He is most widely known for his leadership as the medical director for the MGH Medicare demonstration project that was the model for the Partners-wide iCMP program.
Weil received his MD at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Medical School and completed his residency at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.