Anu Banerjee is chief quality and innovation officer and a member of the President Council at Arnot Health. He brings healthcare leadership and executive management experience to his role with the healthcare system. Banerjee manages corporate direction and strategy, while facilitating activities in quality, patient safety, risk, performance improvement and data analytics for the acute, long-term and outpatient services with the system. Since joining Arnot Health, Banerjee has worked to share healthcare strategy and vision with other healthcare partners in the region.
In 2017, Banerjee was recognized by Beckers Hospital Review as one of the top healthcare executives. He was featured several times in different journals and has spoken at multiple conferences across the nation.
Banerjee is involved in innovating predictive analytics by strengthening data and information capabilities by centralizing data flow with processes, with a focus on solving high-risk patient-care issues. He is also responsible for implementing best-practice bundles for all quality and patient safety metrics focused on improving the quality of patient care at Arnot Health.
He has shown outstanding skills in designing infrastructure for innovative technology in quality and patient safety while implementing new workflows to holistically improve healthcare. His work with reputable and influential healthcare companies reveals his dedication to the field and persistence to enact change and improve the infrastructure. With his drive toward research, he continues to publish, review, and present his reviews and findings in variety of journals and article sources.
Banerjee’s research focusses on chronic disease management, open and big-data analytics, legal issues in medical practice, and disclosure of medical errors using a high reliability system approach and how they relate to quality and safety of medical care.
- PhD, Binghamton University
- MBA, University of Scranton
- MS, Binghamton University
- Population health
- Process improvement in healthcare