Namita Seth Mohta, MD
Clinical Editor, NEJM Catalyst;
Center for Healthcare Delivery Sciences, Brigham and Women's Hospital
Bio:Namita Seth Mohta, MD, is a physician executive with expertise in health care delivery transformation. As the Clinical Editor for NEJM Catalyst, she is part of the founding leadership team and has responsibility for content strategy and quality. She has been part of the founding Population Health and ACO leadership teams at both Partners Health Care and the New England Quality Care Alliance (Tufts Medical Center), both in Boston. Her responsibilities have included designing and implementing ACO strategies for Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial populations, with a focus on scaling tailored clinical interventions, integrating analytics and measurement, and leading change management and team-based care with providers. Dr. Mohta also has industry experience as a management consultant with the Boston Consulting Group. She often consults with start-ups (currently with PatientPing, GNS Healthcare, and Day Health Strategies) to provide strategic and technical expertise and leadership. Dr. Mohta practices internal medicine at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and is faculty at The Center for Healthcare Delivery Sciences at Harvard Medical School. She completed her Internal Medicine and Primary Care residency training at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Dr. Mohta is a graduate of Yale College and Yale School of Medicine.
Kevin J. Bozic, MD, MBA
Chair of Surgery and Perioperative Care, Dell Medical School
The University of Texas at Austin
Bio:Dr. Bozic is the inaugural Chair of Surgery and Perioperative Care at the Dell Medical School at UT Austin. He is a nationally recognized leader in orthopaedic surgery and value-based health care payment and delivery models. Prior to joining the Dell Medical School, he was the William R. Murray Endowed Professor and Vice Chair of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) School of Medicine, and Core Faculty of the Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering from Duke University, where he graduated magna cum laude, and an MD with Thesis degree from UCSF. He completed his Orthopaedic Surgery Residency training in the Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Residency Program, and additional Fellowship training in Adult Reconstructive Surgery from Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. Dr. Bozic also holds a Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School (HBS), where he continues to serve as a Senior Institute Associate in Professor Michael Porter’s Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness. Dr. Bozic’s clinical practice is focused on the management of patients with hip and knee arthritis, which he does in collaboration with a multidisciplinary team of providers focused on improving health outcomes that matter to their patients, including pain, function, and quality of life. He has over 15 years of experience as an Adult Reconstructive Surgeon focusing on simple and complex primary and revision hip and knee arthroplasty. Dr. Bozic has extensive research and policy experience in the growing field of value-based health care, focused on implementation and evaluation of value-based payment and delivery models. Dr. Bozic is also actively involved in numerous regional and national health policy initiatives, including Chair of the American Joint Replacement Registry Steering Committee; the Yale Center for Outcomes Research & Evaluation (CORE) Performance Measurement Group; the Institute for Healthcare Improvement; and the Joint Commission Technical Advisory Panel. He is the co-founder and former Chair of the California Joint Replacement Registry, past Chair of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Council on Research and Quality, and a former member of the Agency for Health Care Research & Quality Effective Health Care Stakeholder Group. Dr. Bozic has been the recipient of numerous awards, including the UCSF Exceptional Physician of the Year Award; the Orthopaedic Research & Education Foundation Clinical Research Award; the American Bone & Joint Surgeons Marshall Urist Young Investigator Award; the American Association of Hip & Knee Surgeons James A Rand Young Investigator Award and Lawrence D. Dorr Award; the American Orthopaedic Association American-British Exchange Fellowship; the Orthopaedic Research Society William Harris Award; and the Hip Society John Charnley Award, among others.
Alice Hm Chen, MD, MPH
Chief Medical Officer and Deputy Director, San Francisco Health Network;
Professor of Medicine, The University of California, San Francisco
Bio:Dr. Alice Chen is the Chief Medical Officer and Deputy Director for the San Francisco Health Network (SFHN), and Professor of Medicine at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF). She has dedicated her career to promoting health equity through direct patient care, teaching, policy and advocacy, and administrative leadership across a variety of settings, including public health, philanthropy, academia, and government. Proficient in Mandarin and Spanish, she maintains an active clinical practice in both primary care and inpatient internal medicine. In her role at SFHN, Dr. Chen is responsible for providing clinical and operational leadership, vision, and direction for the San Francisco Department of Public Health’s ~$2 billion a year publicly funded delivery system that encompasses primary, specialty, mental health, substance use, acute care, trauma, long-term, jail health, and homeless health care services. She has led the Network’s work responding to value-based payments, addressing patient-level social determinants of health, and creating an integrated system of care. Known for her work with vulnerable populations and delivery system innovations to improve access and quality of care for safety-net systems, Dr. Chen has published over 50 book chapters, research, and peer-reviewed articles, including in the New England Journal of Medicine and Health Affairs. She has served on the board of several nonprofits and foundations, and currently serves as Board President for Health Access Foundation and The Health Initiative. In 2019, she was elected to the Harvard University Board of Overseers. A graduate of Yale University, Stanford University Medical School, and the Harvard School of Public Health, Dr. Chen’s training includes a primary care internal medicine residency and chief residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She is an alumna of the Commonwealth Fund Harvard University Fellowship in Minority Health Policy and the Aspen Institute’s Health Innovators Fellowship.