Executive Academic Director, Executive Master of Healthcare Leadership
Dr. Hollmann became Executive Academic Director of the Executive Master of Healthcare Leadership program in January 2017. With more than 25 years in healthcare delivery and medical management, he helps to ensure the quality and relevance of EMHL to professionals across healthcare. Dr. Hollmann is chief medical officer for University Medicine, a Rhode Island-based academic and patient care medical group practice with more than 200 physicians in a dozen medical specialties. He helps define the strategy and direction of the organization in the delivery of quality and cost effective healthcare services; performance improvement activities; and the development of innovative clinical programs. He is assistant clinical professor in the Department of Family Medicine in the Warren Alpert Medical School and maintains a geriatric primary care practice in East Providence, RI.
Hollmann earned his undergraduate and medical degrees at Brown University. Previously he served as associate chief medical officer at Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island, where his major duties involved practice transformation, payment methods and system/coding implementation. He also served as medical director for a long-term care hospital, skilled nursing facility and hospital-based home care company.
Dr. Hollmann currently serves on the American Medical Association/Specialty Society Resource-Based Relative Value Scale Update Committee, is Co-Chair of the AMA Digital Medicine Payment Advisory Group and is past Chair of Current Procedural Terminology Editorial Panel. He is also a member of the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Geriatrics Measures Advisory Panel. He is Secretary of the Board of the American Geriatrics Society (AGS), an AGS fellow and American College of Physicians fellow. He chaired the AGS Public Policy Committee, founded the AGS Practice Management Advisory Group, and was a founding member of the AGS Quality Committee. Dr. Hollmann has been active in creating geriatric measures for Medicare and NCQA.
On the Care Transformation Collaborative of Rhode Island, Hollmann co-chairs the Data and Evaluation Committee of the multi-payer Patient-Centered Medical Home demonstration project. He also serves on the Board of the Rhode Island Medical Society and is the representative to the American Medical Association House of Delegates.
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