Paul Taheri, MD, MBA
Chief Executive Officer
Oversees and leads Yale Medicine, a rapidly growing multispecialty medical practice with more than 1,300 full-time and part-time physicians. Provides strategic direction and leadership during a period of significant change in the health care landscape. Dr. Taheri is the practice’s first full-time CEO, and he also serves as deputy dean of clinical affairs at the Yale School of Medicine.
Frederick Borrelli, MBA, MS
Chief Administrative Officer
Provides leadership and strategic oversight of Yale Medicine staff and facilities, and supports the overall administration of the practice. Directs, plans, and manages comprehensive business affairs, including management and analysis of budgets, program development, human resources, staff training and development, facilities management, and regulatory compliance.
Iain Burchell, MBA
Chief Financial Officer
Responsible for strategic financial leadership and managing operating and capital budgets. Oversees the clinical revenue cycle, develops and implements financial management and reporting systems, and directs approximately 360 Yale Medicine central administration staff.
Babar Khokhar, MD, MBA
Chief Clinical Transformation Officer
Serves as medical director of ambulatory services and directs Yale Medicine’s clinical optimization program to enhance the experience of patients and providers by identifying opportunities for increased efficiency, ensuring implementation of YM standards, and sharing successful strategies across the practice.
Kimbirly Moriarty, MS
Chief Strategy Officer
Provides leadership and strategic direction to help Yale Medicine centralize efforts toward expanding its clinical reach, by building its physician network, developing strategic alliances and partnerships, and pursuing new practice acquisitions.
Brita Roy, MD, MPH, MHS
Director of Population Health
Maryam Saeri, MBA
Chief Operating Officer
Leads and manages such areas as clinical operations, infrastructure development, and practice integration. Helps to steer Yale Medicine’s increasing focus on clinical optimization, as the practice works to improve quality, increase efficiency, and lower the overall costs of delivering care.
Chief Information Officer
Responsible for the overall strategic and operational direction of Yale Medicine’s Information Technology Services. Stump is senior vice president and chief information officer for the Yale New Haven Health System, and also serves as CIO for the Yale School of Medicine and its clinical practice.
Ronald J. Vender, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Leads efforts to improve the quality and safety of medical care, develop and strengthen clinical programs, and maintain the highest level of practice standards. He also works to promote professionalism and well-being among physicians.