Dr. Frederick Browne, ASPI Chief Medical Officer, is an accomplished, strategic healthcare executive with deep operational and clinical history of leading healthcare organizations via strategic planning, staff development, quality management and cultural transformation. Dr. Browne’s considerable expertise includes healthcare operational management, business innovation, population health education/strategy and community/medical staff engagement. As Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for ASPI, Dr. Browne brings a unique perspective of a clinician and a healthcare administrator to product evaluation, population health and physician engagement strategies.
In addition to his ASPI role, Dr. Browne has served since 2014 as Vice President & CMO of Griffin Hospital in Derby, CT, where his numerous responsibilities include VP of Medical Affairs, Infectious Diseases Physician, Hospitalist and nursing home medical director. In these roles, Dr. Browne effectively balances the clinical and administrative needs of the healthcare system, with a keen focus on population health initiatives in partnership with employed and independent members of his medical staff. With a passion for academic excellence and continuous learning, Dr. Browne excels at and enjoys his role as an Adjunct Professor in the newly-accredited Masters of Physician Assistant Studies program at Sacred Heart University in Stamford, CT.