Danny Silverman is an Executive Coach with MEDI. He is a physician executive
with extensive experience at premier academic institutions (Harvard University,
Princeton University) major healthcare organizations (Harvard Medical School,
BJC HealthCare System, Washington University School of Medicine, Sinai Hospital
of Baltimore), and consulting organizations (CSC/APM Healthcare Consulting,
Keeling and Associates Higher Education Consulting). Throughout his career he
has shown the ability to think strategically, drive innovation, develop leaders, and
create programs that improve the health, wellbeing and career success of others.
Before launching his current coaching and consulting practice, Danny served as
Chief Medical Officer of Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, the flagship acute care
facility of LifeBridge Health System. There he developed the role reporting
directly to the CEO which included leading all Chiefs of Service, the more than
1,200 credentialed physicians and worked closely with the senior executive
leadership team and the Board of Trustees. He was the physician champion for
healthcare quality improvement and clinical effectiveness, clinical informatics, and
physician integration strategy. He also served as the Executive Medical Director
of Sinai Physician Partners.
Prior to joining LifeBridge Health, Danny was Chief Medical Officer and Executive
Director of University Health Services at Princeton University. In this role, he
facilitated collaborative efforts of the student affairs and campus life units to
design, develop and implement several innovative health and wellness initiatives
including the Healthier Princeton Program, the Princeton Depression Awareness
Program and the multi-college, National College Depression Partnership.
Danny has vast experience in building coalitions of departmental chairs,
physicians, allied health professionals and administrators to develop and
implement population-based healthcare programs. He’s worked closely with
physician leaders, hospital and health plan administrators and allied healthcare
professionals in the redesign and continuous quality improvement of clinical
delivery systems in community and teaching hospitals and academic medical
centers in the United States and Canada.
Dr. Silverman earned his Bachelor of Arts degree cum laude majoring in
psychology and pre-medical studies at the University of Michigan. He earned his
Doctor of Medicine degree at Northwestern University School of Medicine. He
completed his residency training at Boston’s Beth Israel Hospital and Harvard
Medical School. He holds a Masters of Public Administration degree from the
Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.