Rochester Regional Health President & CEO Eric Bieber, MD, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of Premier, Inc.
We are pleased to have Dr. Bieber join Premier's Board of Directors, said Susan DeVore, President and CEO, Premier. As both a noted surgeon and a health system CEO, Dr. Bieber brings to the Board a unique perspective that will be invaluable in helping us continue our mission to improve the health of communities nationwide. Premier is a healthcare improvement company that unites approximately 3,400 U.S. hospitals and 110,000 other providers to transform healthcare by enabling better care and outcomes at a lower cost.
It's a privilege to be invited to serve as a member of the Premier Board, said Dr. Bieber. Like Rochester Regional Health, Premier is dedicated to improving the health of our communities by transforming how care is provided. I will be honored to help their organization identify and develop innovative healthcare delivery models, while advancing the national healthcare discussion.
Dr. Bieber is President and Chief Executive Officer of Rochester Regional Health, an integrated health services organization serving the people of Western New York and the Finger Lakes. Prior to this, he held a variety of positions at University Hospitals, Cleveland, OH, including President of Community Hospitals West Region and President of University Hospitals Accountable Care Organizations. Dr. Bieber has also served as a physician leader at Geisinger Health System in Danville, PA. He is a Board Certified Obstetrician/Gynecologist and Reproductive Endocrinologist.
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