Emily DuHamel Brower serves as Senior Vice President of Clinical Integration and Physician Services for Trinity Health, one of the largest multi-institutional Catholic health care delivery systems in the nation, serving more than 30 million people across 25 states. Emphasizing clinical integration and payment model transformation, Emily provides leadership and strategic direction within the evolving accountable healthcare environment. Trinity Health’s Clinical Integrated Networks deliver top performance through accountability for $11B of medical expense and quality outcomes for 2M people in Medicare Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), Medicare Advantage, Medicaid and Commercial Alternative Payment Models.
Emily joined Trinity Health from Atrius Health in Massachusetts, where she last served as vice president of Population Health, building and executing the essential capabilities required to achieve strong financial and clinical outcomes within integrated care models under value-based reimbursement, particularly for publicly insured populations.
Prior to her career at Atrius Health, Emily spent 15 years in leadership roles at Urban Medical Group, a Massachusetts non-profit healthcare organization specializing in the care of medically complex, chronically ill populations across a community-based, long-term care continuum. During that time, Emily launched a PACE program and other innovative, capitated contracts for medically complex populations and served as Principal Investigator for a multi-year research project analyzing cost and quality outcomes to support payment reform.
Emily received her B.A. from Smith College and her MBA from the New York University Stern School of Business.