Dr. Felix Bradbury is an award-winning data scientist, and board-certified healthcare executive with over 30 years of diverse experience with global health systems delivery. He is an oncology RN who holds a Doctor of Science in Health Systems Management and Medical Economics from Tulane University. While at Tulane, he completed a doctoral fellowship in medical informatics at the Ochsner Hospital and Healthplan. Dr. Bradbury currently serves on the Programs Policies and Services Committee of the Board of the American College of Healthcare Executives. As an associate editor for the Journal of Healthcare Management, he handles editorial work relating to AI, analytic infrastructure, and operations research. He received the Regent’s Award from the ACHE in 2005 and again in 2015 as well as MIT’s Fire Hose award in 2020 for work in data science and machine learning.
As the AI Practitioner for the MITRE Corporation, a $9B per year Federally Funded Research and Development Corporation (FFRDC) – or ‘think tank’ – that traces its roots to MIT’s School of Engineering and Lincoln Labs during WWII, he leads their work in the development of artificial intelligence solutions for clinicians. The MITRE Corporation sits at the intersection of leading-edge technology, industry, and academia with an express mission of “Solving the world’s most complex problems”. Prior to joining MITRE, he was the executive data science and machine learning officer for the Saint Francis Health System, a top-20 IBM Watson facility in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.
Dr. Bradbury uses data science methods to enable provider and payor organizations to realize the value inherent in their existing data streams. He partners with health systems to develop flexible and scalable analytic strategies to create sustainable strategic advantage while improving clinical outcomes, reducing avoidable spend, and improving patients’ experiences with healthcare delivery…all integral parts of the IHI’s Triple Aim initiative and the re-engineering of the healthcare system so that patients, their families, healthcare providers, and the nation, can benefit.