Rachel DuPré Brodie

Rachel DuPré Brodie is Senior Director of Measurement and Accountability at PBGH. Rachel manages PBGH’s Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement work, which seeks to incorporate patient-centered and patient-reported outcomes measures into care and payment. She also oversees the Patient Assessment Survey (PAS), which annually measures patient-reported experience at the medical group level.  Both initiatives advance one of PBGH’s key strategies to accelerate transparency by publicly reporting health care ratings, educating the public about health care value, supporting consumer choice and helping to drive improvement in health care.

Previously, Rachel managed the California Joint Replacement Registry, a statewide initiative to collect and report scientifically valid data on the results of hip and knee replacement surgeries, including device safety and effectiveness, postoperative complication and revision rates, and patient-reported outcomes.  Rachel also worked with the California Office of the Patient Advocate to develop its consumer quality report card and contributed to the PBGH Consumer Tools Assessment, which reviewed web-based consumer decision support tools.  She also managed the health plan performance measures negotiations and risk adjustment modeling for the former PBGH Negotiating Alliance.

Rachel received a Bachelor of Arts from Princeton University.