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Ilene is a seasoned health care professional with extensive experience working in the public and private sectors. Her passion for improving the health of working adults and their families grew out of her work as the medical director of an onsite health center and as the leader of the global health and wellness strategy for a Fortune 500 company. She is a clinically oriented, evidence-based physician-leader focused on improving health outcomes through data driven strategies, discerning health partner selection, health center optimization and a critical eye for evaluating program effectiveness. As Healthstat’s Chief Population Health Officer, Ilene works to advance strategic goals for population health improvement and serves as Chair of the Healthstat Strategic Advisory Council. In addition, as president of the professional corporation she founded as Ilene J. Klein, MD, FAAFP, Ilene continues to provide outside consulting services for organizations interested in advancing worksite health.
Ilene received her medical degree from Harvard Medical School and completed her residency training in the Brown University Department of Family Medicine. She is a board-certified family physician, and a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. Her work in the public sector has included creating medical homes for children with asthma for the NYC Department of Health, Bureau of Child Health, and leading the first local public health system assessment for Dukes County, Massachusetts as its Associate Commissioner for Health. Ilene was the Chief of Primary Care for Martha’s Vineyard Hospital where she made house calls and maintained a private practice in which her youngest patients were newborns and her oldest was 104. Along with her clinical interest in digital therapeutics, Ilene is an avid bird photographer who can often be found behind the lens of her camera when she’s not sitting in front of her laptop.
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