Director, Quality Measurement and Care Transformation, Quality Institute
Lynn Rogut is the director of quality measurement and care transformation for UHF’s Quality Institute. She is a member of the Quality Institute’s leadership team and is involved in several key projects central to UHF’s work on improving health care quality in New York. She has long-standing interests in patient-centered care, including improving health care quality from the patient’s perspective, strengthening the evidence base in medical care, and supporting the dissemination of innovative health policy research. She also has extensive experience in managing grant solicitations, reviews, and awards.
Prior to joining UHF, Ms. Rogut was a consultant to non-profit institutions and foundations and served for 11 years as the deputy director of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Investigator Awards in Health Policy Research program. Earlier in her career, her positions spanned a range of health care services from high tech to high touch: Through her role as executive director of the New York Center for Liver Transplantation, she was involved in the launch of liver transplant services in New York State, and in an earlier assignment at UHF as project director of the Patient-Centered Care Consortium, she helped introduce the concept and practices of patient-centered care to staff at 15 New York City hospitals. Before that, she served as director of planning at SUNY Downstate Medical Center.
She holds a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in city and regional planning from Rutgers University.
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