Anne-Marie J. Audet, MD
Senior Medical Officer, Quality Institute
Anne-Marie J. Audet, M.D., M.Sc., is senior medical officer of the Quality Institute.
Previously, she served as vice president for Delivery System Reform and Breakthrough Opportunities programs at The Commonwealth Fund, where she oversaw a public reporting website, WhyNotTheBest.org. She was responsible for a portfolio of grants on a range of delivery system reform topics, including the evolution of accountable care organizations; the role of coordinated care systems that integrate clinical and behavioral care and social services for high-cost, complex populations; patient safety; and physicians’ roles in quality.
Earlier, Dr. Audet worked in policy analysis at the American College of Physicians, where she staffed the Clinical Efficacy Assessment Committee, one of the first nationally recognized pioneering programs for developing evidence-based guidelines. She has also held positions with the Medicare Health Care Quality Improvement Program in Massachusetts, where she led the implementation of a new quality improvement program for Medicare; and with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.
Dr. Audet is currently on the editorial board of the American Journal of Medical Quality, the Journal of Health Care Quality, and the Journal of Implementation Sciences.
She is an assistant professor of medicine and public health at Cornell University and is a founding board member of the Massachusetts Medical Society and Alliance Charitable Foundation Board, now serving as a special advisor. Dr. Audet holds an M.D. and M.Sc. in epidemiology from McGill University and an S.M. in health policy and management from Harvard University.