Edmondo J. Robinson, M.D., MBA, has been appointed chief transformation officer at Christiana Care.
In this new role, Dr. Robinson will have responsibility for transformation of health care delivery as we advance our population health initiatives and move from volume-based to value-based care. He will work closely with service line and essential services leadership, as well as other internal and external partners, to meet our strategic goals of optimal health, exceptional experience and organizational vitality with a focus on innovation.
Dr. Robinson will continue to have clinical oversight of Christiana Care’s Wilmington campus on an interim basis.
Recently, Dr. Robinson spent significant time exploring health care delivery innovation and transformation with thought leaders, entrepreneurs and experts in Silicon Valley and in the United Kingdom.
Since joining Christiana Care in 2008, Dr. Robinson has played a key role on Christiana Care’s leadership team. As senior vice president and executive director, Christiana Care – Wilmington, and associate chief medical officer, Dr. Robinson oversaw the transformation and expansion of the Wilmington campus that enables Christiana Care to provide expert, innovative care in the city of Wilmington. Under his leadership as founding medical director of Christiana Care Hospitalist Partners, he recruited and managed a team of physicians and oversaw efficient use of hospital resources and transitions of care.
Dr. Robinson is a Christiana Care Value Institute scholar, conducting research using analytic methodology to inform management decisions, with particular interest in transitions of care, technology implementation and interdisciplinary collaboration.
He is a clinical assistant professor of medicine at Sidney Kimmel Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University. He holds a medical degree from the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles, an MBA with an emphasis in health care management from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree in health policy research from the University of Pennsylvania.