David B. Bernard

President & Chief Medical Officer at Continuum Health Partners, Inc.

David B. Bernard

David B. Bernard

President & Chief Medical Officer at Continuum Health Partners, Inc.

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Career Highlights

Continuum Health Partners, Inc.
DoctorQuality, Inc.

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2210

Number of Boards

4

Number of Awards

1

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Chief Innovation Officer at Sanford Health

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Chairman, Orthopedic Surgery at Mount Sinai Beth Israel

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Chairman, Anesthesiology at Mount Sinai Beth Israel

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Interim Chair, Department of Pediatrics at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center

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Chief Medical Officer at The Institute For Family Health

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Professor of Neurology at Yeshiva University - Albert Einstein College of Medicine

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Vice Chairman, Surgery at Mount Sinai Beth Israel

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Chief Medical Information Officer at Continuum Health Partners, Inc.

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Executive Vice President, General Counsel at The Mount Sinai Hospital

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Urologist, Smith Institute for Urology at Northwell Health, Inc.

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President & Chief Medical Officer at Continuum Health Partners, Inc.
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Senior Fellow
Current

Founded in 1944, the Health Research & Educational Trust (HRET) is the not-for-profit research and education affiliate of the American Hospital Association (AHA). HRET’s mission is to transform health care through research and education. HRET’s applied research seeks to create new knowledge, tools and assistance in improving the delivery of health care by providers and practitioners within the communities they serve.

Career History
President & Chief Medical Officer
Current

Continuum Health Partners, Inc. was formed as a partnership of the Beth Israel Medical Center and St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center. The entity served as a parent corporation while the two hospital centers continued as separate business entities with their own constituent hospital campuses. Continuum hospitals delivered inpatient care through nearly 3,100 certified beds located in seven major facilities in Manhattan and Brooklyn, while providing outpatient care in private practice settings and ambulatory centers. Continuum treated patients in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Westchester County.

Adjunct Senior Fellow
Tenure Unconfirmed

University of Pennsylvania established the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics (LDI) in 1967, two years after Congress enacted Medicare. It was created to fill fundamental gaps in the evidence base that could inform policies critical to the financing and management of the nation's increasingly costly and complex health care system. Today, LDI is considered one of the world’s leading university-based programs of its kind. LDI and its Senior Fellows are among the pioneers in interdisciplinary health services research that has helped guide health policies at all levels of government and the private sector. More than 200 LDI Senior Fellows work to improve the health of the public through studies on the medical, economic, and social issues that influence how health care is organized, financed, managed, and delivered.

Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs
1975 - Prior

Boston University School of Medicine is one of the graduate schools of Boston University. It holds the unique distinction as the first institution in the world to formally educate female physicians. Boston University School of Medicine offers MA, MS, and PhD degrees through its Division of Graduate Medical Sciences (GMS). GMS offers MA degrees in bioimaging, clinical investigation, medical sciences, mental health counseling, and behavioral medicine. MS degrees are available in biomedical forensics, forensic anthropology, and genetic counseling. GMS also grants MD and PhD degrees in areas such as anatomy and neurobiology, biomedical neuroscience, genetics and genomics, microbiology, pathology and laboratory medicine, behavioral neuroscience, biophysics, immunology, molecular medicine, pharmacology, biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, medical nutrition sciences, oral biology, and physiology. Originally known as the New England Female Medical College, the university was subsequently renamed Boston University School of Medicine in 1873. It is notably also the first medical school in the United States to award an M.D. degree to an African-American woman in 1864. As the only medical school located in the South End neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, Boston University School of Medicine and Boston Medical Center, its primary teaching hospital, operates the largest 24-hour Level I trauma center in New England, the largest network of regional community health centers, and possesses the most diverse patient base in New England. Boston University School of Medicine is also the home of the world-renowned Framingham Heart Study, from which all knowledge of cardiovascular disease risk factors were originally discovered. Notable alumni of the medical school include Marcia Angell, former editor-in-chief of the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine and the only woman to hold the position in the journal's almost 200 year history, as well as Louis Wade Sullivan, former Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and founder of Morehouse School of Medicine. Boston University School of Medicine is ranked 30th on the 2014 list of Best Medical Schools by the U.S. News and World Report. Boston University School of Medicine was founded in 1848 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts, United States.

Boards & Committees
Member, Advisory Board
Current
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2009
Awards & Honors
Board Certification - American Board of Internal Medicine
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