Michele Wolfsberg received her undergraduate education at Marquette University, Milwaukee WI and Salve Regine University, Newport RI and completed her BSN in Nursing in 1986. She earned a master’s degree in Public Health, Health Care Administration from Boston University in 2012. During her career Michele practiced at Boston Medical Center as acute care oncology nurse and in 1990 became the director of the outpatient chemotherapy unit at Metrowest Medical Center, Framingham MA. From 1992-1995 she serves as the manager of the inpatient heme/onc unit at Rhode Island Hospital, Providence RI. In 1996 Michele accepted the position of Vice President of Clinical Operations, Brockton Visiting Nurse Association. Michele began her career at Tufts Health Plan in 2014 as a Program Manager for care management, commercial products. She was promoted to Director of Clinical Strategy and Consulting – Commercial Products in 2019 - the role she currently holds.
Throughout her career Michele has served on many committees including IRBOs, Policy and Procedures, Best Practice, Oncology Certification Review Committee, ACO Demonstration projects, Home Care Alliance. While at Tufts Health Plan (now Point32Health), she has developed several clinical programs addressing cost and utilization including Emergency Department use program, an Aging Well program geared towards commercial members who are 55 plus, a maternal health dashboard to monitor maternal health clinical metrics, a program linking maternal health providers and community resource to provide healthy meals to maternal health members identified as food insecure, an initiative to encourage providers to assess for and report social determinants of health via claims, a palliative care program, quality initiative with a leading oncology providers related to end of life care.