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Bruce Siegel, MD

President/CEO

America’s Essential Hospitals

Bruce Siegel has served as president/CEO of America’s Essential Hospitals since 2010. He has helped shape the association’s work in advocacy, member support and quality and led the launch of the Transformation Center, a catalyst for innovative change to improve quality and safety. With Dr. Siegel’s leadership, America’s Essential Hospitals established the nation’s first safety net quality network under the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ Partnership for Patients. He previously served as president/CEO of New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation and Tampa General Healthcare; director of the Center for Health Care Quality; and professor of health policy at The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services. Dr. Siegel also served as New Jersey’s commissioner of health. He earned his medical degree from Cornell University Medical College and a master’s degree in public health from The Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health.

Sessions

Fellows’ Forum 3 with Bruce Siegel

Presented by Bruce Siegel, MD at 2:15 PM on Tuesday, March 5th.

ACHE Fellows have the opportunity to meet with this year’s Opening Session or luncheon speakers in an exclusive, intimate setting. These smaller gatherings will immediately follow each speaker’s presentation. During each forum, speakers will expand on their topics and then engage the audience in discussion. Participation by Fellows is limited to one forum, and these…

Malcolm T. MacEachern Memorial Lecture and Luncheon – Making Access to High-Quality Care Available to Everyone

Presented by Bruce Siegel, MD at 12:30 PM on Tuesday, March 5th.

A key element in the mission statement of nearly all healthcare providers is the provision of quality care and making that care available to all who need it. This element is especially important to the poor, the elderly and all others without the financial means to access care and pay for it—both during their treatment…