David Posch

EVP, Population Health

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

David R. Posch is Chief Executive Officer of Vanderbilt University Hospital and Clinics and Executive Director for the Vanderbilt Medical Group. In addition to leading the outpatient and inpatient clinical enterprise and medical group operations, he leads the strategic planning office for the Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Mr. Posch joined Vanderbilt in July of 1999 in the capacity of Chief Operating Officer of the Vanderbilt Medical Group and Clinics, and became CEO in 2007. He was asked to assume the role of CEO for Vanderbilt University Hospital in October of 2011. Additionally, Mr. Posch serves as President for Vanderbilt Integrated Providers and is a member of the Board of Directors for several Vanderbilt subsidiary organizations to include an imaging company and an ambulatory surgery center company.

Mr. Posch formerly worked at Oshsner Clinic in New Orleans for 8 years capping his career there as Executive Administrator and also serving as a director on the Board of the Oshsner Health Plan. Previously, he spent 16 years at Cleveland Clinic Foundation in a number of administrative and leadership roles. He is a past member of the Board of Directors for the American Medical Group Association (AMGA) and is currently on the Board of ANCETA. He recently served as Chairman of the Group Practice Improvement Network. Mr. Posch currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Tennessee Hospital Association.


Innovation at Scale for Advanced Illness Care: Lessons from Healthcare Leaders

Presented by Theodore A. Prospect FSA MAAA, David Posch, Ian Morrison in Track 1, Track 2, Track 3, Track 4 at 5:10 PM on Wednesday, October 10th.

Scaling is among the most pressing challenges to improving care for those living with advanced illness. This session will feature experts with experience in implementing innovative models in other fields of healthcare, while ensuring that high-quality and sustainable care is provided. They will share how they addressed hurdles in the scaling process, as well as…