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Weil Named VHQC Vice President

October 21, 2013

October 21, 2013

​VHQC, a nonprofit health quality consulting company, announces the promotion of Robin Weil, RN, MSHA, CPHQ to the position of Vice President. VHQC is the Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) for Virginia and leads Virginia HIT (VHIT), the statewide Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center (REC).

“Robin has committed nearly 30 years of her professional career to VHQC’s work improving healthcare quality in Virginia. Her experience, knowledge and skills are an asset to our organization and the patients, providers and communities we serve,” said VHQC President and CEO Donald A. Glozer, MHA, FACHE.

Weil joined the VHQC team in 1984 and has held various leadership roles in the organization. For the last five years, she has directed the Improving Health for Populations and Communities National Coordinating Center. This is a contract with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) that supports CMS and its network of 53 QIOs as they strengthen preventive care and care coordination.

In her new capacity, she will oversee VHIT, which supports Medicare and Medicaid providers across Virginia as they adopt and implement electronic health records (EHRs) and integrate health IT into the patient care process. Weil also will lead VHQC’s prevention team, which is conducting a variety of improvement initiatives in physician practices. Weil earned a Bachelor’s and a Master’s Degree in Healthcare Services Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University. She earned her RN at Essex Community College in Baltimore, Md. She is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ).

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