At Mount Sinai Health Partners (MSHP), we see our patients as people—and design our systems of care to make it easy for people to engage in their health so they can focus on living their lives.
MSHP is a clinically integrated network comprised of Mount Sinai’s full-time faculty physicians, associated community physicians, and seven hospitals spanning Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens. Our doctors work closely together and hold each other accountable to deliver high-quality health care to people that is rooted in the best practices of current evidence-based medicine.
As a clinically integrated network, we don’t just take the pulse of our patients—we take ours too. A community of physicians led by physicians, MSHP emphasizes ongoing quality improvement, measuring and analyzing our performance and using this information to determine how we can achieve excellence by doing better for our patients. In continuously improving the quality, safety and cost-efficiency of the health care we deliver, we ensure we are on the front line of improving health care for generations to come.
We build relationships – with community organizations, health plans and employers — to give our patients a more effective and seamlessly connected health care experience. We embrace population health management and new payment models that reward value-based arrangements and greater accountability for cost and quality, participating in managed care agreements with health insurers that foster ongoing health improvement across various patient populations.
As innovators, MSHP develops solutions to health care’s biggest challenges – taking risks and working to improve the status quo of health care. Wherever a person is in their health care journey, they can count on MSHP’s clinicians to work collaboratively and compassionately to help them take the healthiest steps possible.
Niyum Gandhi is the Executive Vice President and Chief Population Health Officer of...LEARN MORE
Niyum Gandhi is the Executive Vice President and Chief Population Health Officer of the Mount Sinai Health System.
In this role, he oversees Mount Sinai’s transition from a primarily fee-for-service model to one that focuses on becoming the leading population health manager in the competitive New York market, as well as the best possible partner to plan sponsors, health insurers, and other population health managers who are responsible for total cost of care of patient groups.
Prior to his position at Mount Sinai, Niyum served as a Partner in the Health and Life Sciences consulting practice of Oliver Wyman in Chicago, where he focused on value-based health care strategy and transformation for physician groups, hospitals, and health plans.
Sunny Chiu is the Chief Administrative Officer for Mount Sinai Health...LEARN MORE
Sunny Chiu is the Chief Administrative Officer for Mount Sinai Health Partners and is responsible for value-based contracting and overseeing the administration and network development and engagement of the clinically integrated network.
Sunny joined the health system in June 2015 from Northwell Health (NSLIJ), where he was the Executive Director of the Clinical Integration Network IPA (CIIPA) and responsible for the administration of the IPA as well as network development for CareConnect, Northwell’s insurance entity. Prior to Northwell Health, Sunny was at EmblemHealth, where he was Vice President of Group Practice and Risk Contracting. At EmblemHealth, Sunny was responsible for contracting with multi-specialty group practices as well as global risk contracting with hospital systems and IPAs. Before EmblemHealth, he was director of primary care finance at Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation in Chicago where he led the primary care practice operations. Sunny also held finance and operations roles at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian in Newport Beach, California.
Sunny received a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics as well as a Master’s of Business Administration from the University of California at Irvine, California. He also holds a Master’s of Public Health in Health Policies and Management from Harvard University School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts.
Robert W. Fields is the Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for Population Health.LEARN MORE
Robert W. Fields is the Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for Population Health.
As Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for Population Health, Dr. Robert Fields is responsible for developing and implementing strategies for improving the value of care delivered and designing and managing programs to drive performance across the health system.
He specializes in family medicine and has 15 years of demonstrated success improving the health of populations by addressing quality and outcomes through community-based accountable care organization (ACO) models. Recently Dr. Fields served as Medical Director of the Mission Health Partners ACO where he developed a large network of physicians across 18 counties in North Carolina.
Previously, Dr. Fields worked at the University of Florida College of Medicine as a Clinical Assistant Professor and co-founded Vista Family Health—a private practice clinic focused on leveraging health information technology to improve the quality of health for the Latino population. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the National Association of ACOs. Dr. Fields earned his MD from the University of Florida College of Medicine. He will receive his MHA this summer from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Stephen Furia is the Senior Vice President, Population Health Solutions for Mount Sinai...LEARN MORE
Stephen Furia is the Senior Vice President, Population Health Solutions for Mount Sinai Health System.
In this role, he leads the development of new products and services that yield greater value for every health care dollar spent by the purchaser, important innovations given the current affordability crisis.
These solutions are marketed to the purchasers of health care in collaboration with payer partners. Prior to joining Mount Sinai in late 2015, Stephen served for four years as Vice President of Business Development and Product Management for ProVenture, Aetna’s business unit dedicated to the development of health plan joint ventures with health care providers across the US.
Prior to Aetna, Stephen spent 12 years with TriZetto and Cigna in leadership roles focused on health plan finance, underwriting, informatics, provider contracting and product management. Stephen has a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Rhode Island and a master’s degree in business administration from Bryant University.
Edward Lucy is the Chief Administrative and Contracting Officer (CACO) for the...LEARN MORE
Edward Lucy is the Chief Administrative and Contracting Officer (CACO) for the Mount Sinai Health System. In his CACO role, he has responsibility for traditional “fee for service” contracting for the hospitals and, in alliance with the Mount Sinai Faculty Practice Association, professional services contracting as well.
As the Mount Sinai Health System has shifted more and more of its reimbursement strategy to value-based solutions, the CACO has accountability for sound and fair value based opportunities and contracts with payers, government and commercial alike.
Mr. Lucy also serves as the Secretary/Treasurer of the Mount Sinai Health Partners IPA, which is the System’s corporate vehicle for achieving clinical integration. Prior to coming to the Mount Sinai Health System, Mr. Lucy spent time with Continuum Health Partners, the Geisinger Health System, Independence Blue Cross (Philadelphia) and EmblemHealth Inc. Mr. Lucy earned his Bachelors and Master’s degrees from Binghamton University.
Denise Prince is the Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Population Health...LEARN MORE
Denise Prince is the Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Population Health. In her role as SVP and COO for Population Health, Denise leads Mount Sinai Health Partners’ Clinical Operations. Most recently, Denise served as System Vice President, Value-Based Care and Vice President, Population Health at Geisinger Health System. Denise co-led Geisinger’s participation in the CMS Innovation Center's Bundled Payment for Care Improvement Initiative and was the Chief Executive Officer for the Keystone ACO. In addition, she provided senior leadership to the Care Continuum Service Line with operational responsibility for walk-in clinics and post-acute services. Previously, Denise served as the Founder and Managing Partner for Geisinger Ventures. She was awarded an MBA and MPH from the University of California, Berkeley and her BA from Mount Holyoke College. Denise currently serves as an Advisory Board Member for the Women Business Leaders of the US Health Care Industry and for the Central PA Food Bank.
Kimberly Quigley is the Vice President of Population Health Operations for the...LEARN MORE
Kimberly Quigley is the Vice President of Population Health Operations for the Mount Sinai Health System. In this role, she identifies opportunities to improve operational efficiency and develops and deploys solutions to improve the population health performance of the Mount Sinai Health System. Kimberly also oversees finance and people operations for the population health team, MSHP. Prior to joining Mount Sinai, Kimberly was a strategy consultant at Oliver Wyman where she worked with payers, providers, and health care innovators to develop solutions to their biggest challenges. She has led projects in organization redesign, insurance product design and marketing, narrow network product development, value-based care, health care innovation, and strategic sourcing. Kimberly started her career by working to improve women’s health and vaccination in developing countries and worked on a number of projects in partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the World Health Organization, and the GAVI Alliance. She is the recipient of a Thomas J. Watson fellowship and holds a B.A. from Rice University in Mathematical Economic Analysis.
Kwynn Smith is the Vice President for Payer Contracting for Mount Sinai Health...LEARN MORE
Kwynn Smith is the Vice President for Payer Contracting for Mount Sinai Health Partners for the various forms of payers. Key areas of responsibility are negotiating and managing the fee for service contracts for the Mount Sinai Health System facilities, Narrow Network, Private Label Products, Specialty Bundles, International Payers, Direct contracts and other areas of Payer related contracting. Prior to joining Mount Sinai Health Partners, he was the AVP of Contracting at Montefiore Health System for over 17 years. Kwynn has over 23 years’ experience in contract negotiations and management within the health care market ranging from Hospital to Ancillary and Professional contracting experience.
Dr. Martin Arron is a physician administrator with over twenty years of management experience...LEARN MORE
Dr. Martin Arron is a physician administrator with over twenty years of management experience involving the ambulatory and inpatient clinical programs of multispecialty medical groups and university affiliated hospitals. He is the Medical Director for Clinical Variation Reduction and Clinical Documentation Quality Improvement at Mount Sinai Health Partners and an Associate Professor of Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He previously served as Vice President, Ambulatory Operations at Beth Israel Medical Center and Vice President for Clinical Affairs at SUNY Downstate Medical Center.
Dr. Arron earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Vermont, a Doctor of Medicine degree from Tulane University Medical School, and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Northwestern University’s J. L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management.
Dr. Arend received his undergraduate degree from the University of Puget Sound ...LEARN MORE
Dr. Arend received his undergraduate degree from the University of Puget Sound and his MD from Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans. He completed his residency training in the Primary Care/Social Internal Medicine Residency Program at Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center. Since 2011, Dr. Arend has been a member of the Division of General Internal Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, with the rank of Assistant Professor of Medicine. His teaching interests focus on health care delivery and clinical quality improvement. Dr. Arend practices primary care at Internal Medicine Associates, where he serves as the Assistant Medical Director for Clinical Operations and Clinical Quality. Dr. Arend also serves as Associate Medical Director of Population Health, IMA, for Mount Sinai Health Partners
Dr. Bansal is currently the Chief Medical Officer of Mount Sinai Care, LLC...LEARN MORE
Dr. Bansal is currently the Chief Medical Officer of Mount Sinai Care, LLC and Deputy Chief Medical Officer for Mount Sinai Health Partners, the population health platform for the Mount Sinai Health System. She works closely with the entire Mount Sinai Health Partners team to develop novel strategies to improve the quality of health care provided to Mount Sinai patients.
Dr. Bansal joined the faculty at Mount Sinai in 2001 after completing a Gastroenterology Fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania. In 2002 she became the Transplant Hepatology Fellowship Director, leading one of the largest transplant hepatology fellowships in the United States. While remaining clinically active, she has also developed an NIH-funded basic research program focusing on understanding underlying molecular mechanisms of liver fibrosis/cirrhosis in an effort to develop novel anti-fibrotic therapies. Her current research interests focus on how HIV may promote hepatic inflammation and fibrosis as well as novel treatments for Non-Alcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH). She became the Director of Translational Research in the Division of Liver Diseases and Medical Director of Hospital-based Clinics in 2013. In this latter role she developed an interest in population health and the challenges of the evolving health care landscape.
Lindsay Jubelt, MD, MSc is the Senior Medical Director of Population Health...LEARN MORE
Lindsay Jubelt, MD, MSc is the Senior Medical Director of Population Health at Mount Sinai Health System and Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Icahn School of Medicine. Dr. Jubelt leads clinical program redesign across the health system. In her work, she aims to strengthen the health system’s role as a learning laboratory to improve the quality and value of care provided to patients. She is also a practicing general internist at a high-risk clinic at Mount Sinai Hospital.
Dr. Jubelt received her BA from the University of Pennsylvania her MD from Stony Brook University. She completed her internal medicine residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital followed by training in health services research via the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program at the University of Pennsylvania.
As the Senior Medical Director for Population Health...LEARN MORE
As the Senior Medical Director for Population Health, Dr. Rahim is responsible for physician engagement on cost, processes and outcomes of all voluntary physicians in the Mount Sinai Health Partners IPA. Dr. Rahim also leads a team that drives performance for Mount Sinai Health System (MSHS) as a partner for New York State’s innovative DSRIP (Delivery System Incentive Reform Payments) program. The resulting initiatives are designed to enhance the value and quality of care for predominantly Medicaid populations within MSHS.
Dr. Rahim has over 10 years of healthcare industry leadership experience at innovative companies including as Vice President of Quality Improvement for Lumeris, a population health health and analytics company; a Group Vice President of Quality Improvement and Innovation at Healthgrades; and a Director at Sg2, a health care intelligence, analytics, and services company for many hospitals and health systems throughout the country.
Dr. Rahim has a B.A. in Economics from Duke University, an M.D. from the University of North Carolina, and an M.B.A. from Emory University. He completed his internal medicine residency at Yale University and Northwestern University and is an actively practicing hospitalist at the Mount Sinai Hospital.
Joseph M Truglio, MD MPH is Assistant Professor of Medicine, Pediatrics and Medical Education...LEARN MORE
Joseph M Truglio, MD MPH is Assistant Professor of Medicine, Pediatrics and Medical Education at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He received his BS and MD from Georgetown University in 2001, and 2007. He trained in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine from 2007 to 2011, where he also served as Chief Resident. He completed an MPH in global health at Mount Sinai, during which time he developed educational curricula for midlevel providers in the chars of rural Bangladesh. Since completing his residency he has served as the Course Co-Director for The Art and Science of Medicine - the two-year clinical skills course for first and second year students at the Icahn School of Medicine. He is the founder of the Mount Sinai Pediatric Visiting Doctors Program, which provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary care in the home, clinic and hospital to medically fragile children. Most recently he helped lead the Mount Sinai Pediatric Associates Clinic through PCMH 2011 and 2014 Level 3 certifications. Dr. Truglio is a board-certified specialist in General Internal Medicine and General Pediatrics who sees patients alongside residents in the Internal Medicine Associates, Pediatric Associates and Pediatric Visiting Doctors Practices at Mount Sinai in New York, where he specializes in care of adults and children with complex conditions.
Dr. Wajnberg joined the Mount Sinai faculty in 2007 in the Mount Sinai...LEARN MORE
Dr. Wajnberg joined the Mount Sinai faculty in 2007 in the Mount Sinai Visiting Doctors Program, a house calls program for homebound adults in Manhattan. Dr. Wajnberg is an Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine and the Brookdale Department of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She is the Clinical Director of the Division of General Internal Medicine. Her interests include high risk complex patients, and she has conducted research evaluating models of care for high utilizers of the health system. She is the author of numerous publications and speaks nationally on the topics of home based primary care, palliative care and symptom management, hospital at home, and care for the underserved. Dr. Wajnberg received her undergraduate degree from Columbia University. She attended the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, and completed her internship and residency in the Primary Care/Social Medicine Program at Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center.