Dr. Madeleine Biondolillo is an academic physician executive with extensive management experience in ambulatory and hospital clinical operations in Harvard-affiliated health systems. A national healthcare quality and safety expert, her background includes public health leadership, population health management, inpatient and outpatient quality/safety/patient experience, and performance improvement.
She has served as:
- Executive Director of the Urban Medical Group – a large ambulatory practice affiliated with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston – providing care for medically underserved populations
- Associate Commissioner of the MA Department of Public Health – overseeing regulation of healthcare quality and safety, policy development and public health accreditation
- Vice President of Population Health Management at the Connecticut Hospital Association.
- Principal Investigator of a $3M Ambulatory Quality and Safety grant from the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
- Associate Faculty at the Institute of Healthcare Improvement and Harvard’s Ariadne Labs
- Board Director of several non-profit social service organizations
- American Hospital Association’s national Quest for Quality Award Committee Member.
Since 2016, Dr. Biondolillo has been a Vice President with Premier Inc.’s Performance Services team, where she has led national quality collaboratives bringing together hundreds of healthcare systems to share quality data and collaboratively engage in performance improvement. Currently, she leads the creation and implementation of Premier’s Academic Chief Quality Officers Affinity Group and serves as its Co-Chair.
From her background in primary care for vulnerable patients, population health program development and public health leadership, Dr. Biondolillo has a mission to improve health equity, and support adults in living their healthy best throughout the years and so extend their “Health-span”.
A graduate of the Tufts University School of Medicine, Dr. Biondolillo trained at MetroWest Medical Center and Tufts New England Medical Center in Boston and practiced primary care medicine for over 15 years in hospital, post-acute, home and outpatient settings.