Jessica Dudley, MD
As Chief Medical Officer for the Brigham and Women’s Physician’s Organization (BWPO), Jessica Dudley, MD is responsible for the strategic development and oversight of physician led efforts to improve the quality and efficiency of clinical care. Dr. Dudley oversees the BWPO’s performance in risk contracts across commercial payers and as a Pioneer Accountable Care Organization with Medicare. As Vice President for Care Redesign for Brigham and Women’s HealthCare, Dr. Dudley is responsible for coordinating institutional and physician led efforts to develop population health management and care redesign programs that support the delivery of high value patient care with a focus on reducing overall medical trend and improving quality performance.
Previously, Dr. Dudley served as a Medical Director within the Partners HealthCare System addressing trend and quality performance across its Academic and Community hospital network. Dr. Dudley also served as Medical Director for Partners Human Resources supporting the development and management of the pharmacy benefit for Partners employees and their dependents including contracting and on-going formulary management.
Dr. Dudley received her undergraduate degree from Yale University and medical degree from Harvard Medical School. She completed her internship and residency in Primary Care Internal Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA, where she was a practicing primary care physician for 10 years. Dr. Dudley is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School.Back to Commercialization Council