Don W. Bradley, MD, MHS-CL
Duke University School of Medicine
Don Bradley, MD, MHS-CL holds a position as a Consulting Professor in the Department of Community and Family Medicine at Duke, as Core Faculty for the Duke Margolis Health Policy Center, and as Executive Director for The Practical Playbook (www.PracticalPlaybook.org). The Practical Playbook is an initiative to improve population health through robust collaboration [among Public Health and primary care and other key stakeholders].
He retired from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (BCBSNC) in 2014 where he served in a number of roles, including Executive Director for BCBSNC’s federally qualified Health Maintenance Organization, Senior Vice President for Healthcare, and Chief Medical Officer.
Dr. Bradley continues his work with the National Academy of Medicine Health and Medicine Division (formerly Institute of Medicine) Roundtable on Obesity Solutions; and serves as co-chair of the Roundtable’s Innovation Collaborative workgroup for Interdisciplinary Provider Training and Education for obesity competencies. He recently completed a term as public member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Board of Directors.
Dr. Bradley has experience and success in rural family practice, managing the clinical operations of a large academic family medicine residency practice, managed care contract negotiations and management, medical and reimbursement policy, quality improvement, care management, and clinical informatics.
His interests at Duke include development of population health competencies, curricula, and tools; leadership development; prevention and management of obesity; and health policy, finance and transformation.
1. MD- Medical College of Virginia 1976
2. Family Medicine Residency- Polyclinic Medical Center, Harrisburg, PA, 1976-79
3. Kellogg Family Medicine Fellowship, Duke, 1980-81
4. Master Health Sciences in Clinical Leadership- Duke, 2001-02
Wednesday, July 11
2:15 PM – 3:45 PM