Dr. Bradley Gilbert
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Dr. Bradley Gilbert, Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Bradley Gilbert was appointed chief executive officer of IEHP in October 2008.
Since the organizationâ€™s inception, he
has played a pivotal role in guiding IEHP
to its place as a nationally-recognized leader in public health care.
As one of the largest public not-for-profit health plans in California, with more than 570,000 members, Dr. Gilbert is leading IEHP into the health care reform era.
Dr. Gilbert launched his career at IEHP in 1996 as Chief Medical Officer, developing a Medical Services Department and helped IEHP qualify for Knox-Keene state licensure.
Later, he served as Executive Officer, responsible for medical management, operations and contracting/network management, marketing, HR, and compliance.
To support this growth and strengthen the safety net, Dr. Gilbert
has built a formidable IEHP provider network, including more than 700 primary care physicians and 1,400 specialists.
Dr. Gilbert is also a health care industry leader at the state level.
In 2010, he was appointed as a Member of the Board of the California Association of Health Plans (CAHP), an association representing 39 California plans.
In 2011 he was appointed Chair of CAHP State Programs Committee.
He is a Member of the Board for the Local Health Plans of California (LHPC), and a member of the Medi-Cal 1115 Waiver Stakeholder Committee â€" a committee that will help shape the next 1115 Demonstration Waiver in California, which funds hospitals and indigent care.
He is a member of the board for the California Association of Public Hospitals (Safety Net Institute).
Additionally, Dr. Gilbert is the chair of the Inland Empire EHR Resource Center, which is part of the Inland Empire Health Information Exchange.
His strong track record in the public health industry began as the Director of Public Health/Health Officer for Riverside County; where he gained insight into the health care challenges that Inland Empire residents face.
was responsible for 11 primary care clinics, assigned to special projects in managed care â€" including participation in development of an IPA and medical liaison to manage care contractors.
supervised communicable disease control, certain environmental health monitoring and public health protection for the county.
Dr. Gilbert attended the University of California, Berkeley, where he earned his Bachelorâ€™s degree in Physiology/Anatomy.
He received a Medical degree from the University of California, San Diego and a Masterâ€™s degree in Public Policy from the University of California, Berkeley.
He is Board Certified in General Preventive Medicine.