President and Chief Executive of UPMC Community Provider Services
Deborah S. Brodine, MHA, MBA is the President and Chief Executive of UPMC Community Provider Services, which encompass all of the Heath System’s post-acute, and community-based service offerings. CPS is part of UPMC’s Health Services Division, and it includes a full continuum of home care services, extensive capabilities in eldercare, home based and institutional pharmacy, ambulatory rehabilitation therapy, and community supportive services. UPMC’s Home Health services are extensive, providing over 700,000 visits and over 50,000 home health admissions annually across three agencies. Eldercare capabilities include the provision of skilled nursing, assisted living, personal care, independent living, and CCRC services for over 2,200 seniors daily.
Ms. Brodine has partnered extensively with the UPMC Health Plan in the development, design, and implementation of innovative care models and payment models for community-based care alternatives in the home, in ambulatory rehab, and in skilled nursing. She also oversees UPMC’s joint venture arrangements with Quest Diagnostics for laboratory services, as well as strategic partnerships for dialysis, occupational medicine, and PACE programming. She has a 20 year experience in overseeing UPMC’s growth and development of non-hospital-based care, including the formation and ongoing support of strategic joint venture relationships for various healthcare business lines. In collaboration with colleagues from the University of Pittsburgh, Ms. Brodine provides oversight, leadership and direction to the Aging Institute of UPMC and the University of Pittsburgh, the UPMC Palliative and Supportive Institute, and community-based programs of the Rehabilitation Institute, including UPMC’s Disabilities Resource Center.
She obtained her MBA and MHA from the University of Pittsburgh and her BS in Economics from Carnegie Mellon University.