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2023 Hospital @ Home Leadership Summit Speaker Bio

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Charlotte Yeh, MD, Chief Medical Officer, AARP Services, Inc.

Dr. Charlotte Yeh is the Chief Medical Officer for AARP Services, Inc. In her role, Dr. Yeh works with the independent carriers that make health-related products and services available to AARP members, to identify programs and initiatives that will lead to enhanced care for older adults

Dr. Yeh has more than 30 years of healthcare experience – as a practitioner and Chief of Emergency Medicine at Newton-Wellesley Hospital and Tufts Medical Center, as the Medical Director for the National Heritage Insurance Company, a Medicare Part B claims contractor, and as the Regional Administrator for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in Boston.

Dr. Yeh is widely recognized for her commitment to and passion for the healthcare consumer and has received numerous honors and awards for her efforts on behalf of patients. Most notably, Dr. Yeh was named by Modern Healthcare to the 2021 class of the 50 Most Influential Clinical Executives. As a health care leader, she has served on numerous boards and committees throughout her career, and currently sits on the Dementia Discovery Fund Scientific Advisory Board. A past member of the Advisory Council for the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communicable Disorders, she is currently on the Personal Connected Health Alliance Board of Managers, Board of Directors for The Schwartz Center for Compassionate Care, and Board of Directors for the Coalition to Transform Advanced Care.

Dr. Yeh received a BA from Northwestern University and her medical degree from Northwestern University Medical School. She completed her internship in General Surgery at the University of Washington and her residency in Emergency Medicine at UCLA.


GENERAL SESSION Panel: Monday, June 5, 2023 - 3:45pm – 4:30pm

Thinking Through the Patient and Caregiver Perspective : Hospital at home promises to be one of the key care-delivery models of the future—helping to better meet the demands of an aging population and new patient preferences’ by delivering acute-level care in the comfort of patient homes. But what are the potential downsides for patients and caregivers and what are the additional considerations needed by healthcare providers to ensure all needs are met? This panel session will explore thinking through the patient and caregiver perspective holistically.

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