Michael Nochomovitz, M.D.
Senior Vice President, Chief Clinical Integration and Network Development Officer, New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System
Thursday, November 3, 2016 • 4:00 PM–5:15 PM
Michael Nochomovitz, M.D. is the Senior Vice President, Chief Clinical Integration & Network Development Officer. In this capacity since 2015, he leads the new Physician Services division of New York Presbyterian. This includes clinical service deployment in collaboration with Columbia Doctors and Weill Cornell Medicine in the NYP Regional Network and oversight of the New York Presbyterian Medical Groups and the New York Presbyterian Physician Services Organization, providing management services to the employed medical groups and to independent physicians aligning with NYP. He supports clinical services in the Regional Hospital Network and is responsible for the clinical integration between the hospitals, physicians and the academic medical center.
Prior to joining NYP, Dr. Nochomovitz has been nationally recognized for his leadership at the University Hospital System in Cleveland, Ohio as President of the University Hospitals (UH) Physician Services. He developed, implemented and managed the regional multispecialty physician network and associated management services organization for the UH physician enterprise. This included 1,700 providers across all specialties in academic and community settings, as well as an Urgent Care Network, Corporate Health, the Connor Integrative Medicine Network, Executive Medicine and Employee Health.
He served on the Board of Directors of the Medical Group Management Association and the American College of Chest Physicians. Dr. Nochomovitz testified in the U.S. Senate’s Health Education Labor and Pensions committee hearings on healthcare reform, and participated in the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid committees, which resulted in new payment methodologies for Medicare. He earned his medical degree at the University of Cape Town in South Africa and completed his internal medicine and pulmonary critical care training at the University Hospitals/Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.