Rob Schreiner, MD, FACP, FCCP
Rob has 25 years of healthcare leadership experience, including 10 years as a Kaiser-Permanente executive. Rob’s experience includes strategic problem solving, building integrated delivery systems, and creating a culture of excellence and infrastructure for continuous improvement.
Prior to joining Huron Healthcare, Rob served Kaiser Permanente Georgia (KPGA) for 20 years in a variety of roles, including Associate Medical Director for Hospital and Specialty Care, Chief Operating Officer, Executive Medical Director and Chair of the board of directors for KPGA’s large multispecialty group. Most recently he held executive responsibility for the cost and quality of healthcare provided to 250,000 Kaiser Permanente members across four hospitals and 30 offices with 750 physicians, associate practitioners and staff and an annual operating budget of $1.3 billion.
Rob is the past president of the Medical Association of Atlanta (MAA), past secretary of the Medical Association of Georgia (MAG), and a long-time member of the Medical Executive Committee (MEC) of Northside Hospital in Atlanta.
Representative examples of Rob’s past leadership accomplishments include:
- Improved the institutional NCQA ranking from 80th to 21st in the US for commercial healthcare (out of 400 ranked plans), and 35th to 16th in the US for Medicare (2013).
- Achieved 5-star Medicare Advantage Plan rating (2013).
- Reduced the institutional medical cost trend from 6 to 9% per year to 1% per year, despite rising disease burden of members and a competitive healthcare marketplace.
- Received the J.D. Power and Associates award for best customer satisfaction in healthcare five out of six years in Georgia and both Carolinas.
- Achieved physician satisfaction scores greater than 85% across several dimensions year after year.
- Increased and maintained the institutional Net Promoter Score (NPS®) from 35 to an industry leading 60.
Education and certification
- Vanderbilt University Medical Center – Internal Medicine, 1985-1989
- University of Colorado – Fellowships in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, 1989-1992
- Active Board Certifications in Pulmonary Medicine and Critical Care Medicine (ABIM)
- CDC; 2011-2014; “Implications of US Healthcare Transformation Upon Public Health Policy and Programs”
- MIT; November 2013; “Team-Based Healthcare”
- Emory University; 2013; “Healthcare Exchanges”
- Georgia Tech and Oxford; 2011-13; “The Intersection of Healthcare Policy, Finance and Operations”
- Fellow, American College of Physicians (ACP)
- American College of Physician Executives (ACPE)
- American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE)
- President, Trees Atlanta
- Past trustee, Georgia Conservancy
- Past volunteer, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home