Jeff Levin-Scherz is senior consultant and co-leader of the North American Health Management Practice at Willis Towers Watson, where he helps large employers develop, implement and evaluate health management strategies. He served as a physician executive leader of provider organizations including a large independent practice association, an integrated delivery network, a multispecialty group practice, and a venture-funded, technology-enabled national primary care practice. He also served as a vice president of a top-ranked regional health plan. Levin-Scherz has been a participant in technical expert panels convened by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the Institute of Medicine and the Urban Institute. Levin-Scherz is an Assistant Professor at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, where he teaches courses on provider payment and managing health care costs. He has an MD from the Boston University School of Medicine, and an MBA from Columbia Business School. His work has been published in JAMA, the Journal of General Internal Medicine, and the Harvard Business Review.
Recent Posts by Jeff Levin-Scherz
We can intervene less and spend less money in labor and delivery care while improving the quality of care for women and their babies. Why then is there so much unnecessary intervention and why is it so persistent?