Modern Healthcare has named Anne Klibanski, MD, president and chief executive officer of Mass General Brigham as one of the 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare for 2023. The complete rankings can be found in the December 4 issue of Modern Healthcare magazine, and profiles of all the honorees are available online at ModernHealthcare.com/100MostInfluential.
This prestigious recognition acknowledges individuals who are deemed by their peers and the senior editors of Modern Healthcare to be the most influential figures in the industry in terms of leadership and impact.
As president and CEO, Dr. Klibanski has led efforts to make it easier for patients to access Mass General Brigham’s world-class care, such as the clinical integration of services and the development of new digital platforms to achieve digital care, including virtual urgent care. She has overseen increased investment in leading-edge research that has the potential to revolutionize treatments, such as gene and cell therapy, leveraging the system’s $2.3 billion in annual research funding. The system’s innovation team has created more than 300 companies that are making broad impacts on human health, in various spaces — from therapeutics to diagnostics and research.
Throughout Dr. Klibanski’s leadership, Mass General Brigham has also committed significant resources to community health, with a particular investment in mental health programs. She has established the “United Against Racism” initiative, a long-term multi-year commitment to address the impacts that racism has on Mass General Brigham patients, employees, and the broader community.
Dr. Klibanski previously served as Chief Academic Officer at Mass General Brigham from 2012 to 2019 and as Chief of Neuroendocrine at Massachusetts General Hospital. She is recognized internationally for her high-impact research in neuroendocrine disorders and pituitary tumors.
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