David Levine

David LevineBlending clinical leadership and informatics experience, Dr. Levine oversees UHC’s center for advanced analytics and informatics. The center brings together analytics across multiple supply and non- supply chain offerings to provide insights to members across the continuum of care.The center is responsible for risk-adjustment and ranking methodologies as well as data governance. As medical director, he leads the Medical Leadership Council made up of Chief Medical Officers and engages medical leadship on understanding their data and helping to guide performance improvement efforts. He works across the organization to ensure analytic offerings are clinically relevant.

Dr. Levine joined UHC in 2010 after serving as medical director of the emergency department at John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County in Chicago, IL. He also served as a physician leader for the

implementation and upgrade of the electronic health record for the 3 hospital and 12 clinic health system. He also served as the chair of Utilization Management for the hospital and served as the department representative for the Quality Assurance Committee.

Dr. Levine earned his medical degree from Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine He did his residency at Boston City Hospital where he was chief resident. He has a bachelors degree in psychology from the University of Michigan.

He is a fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians. He has won numerous awards including a Peace Leader Award for individual achievement from the Illinois Center for Violence Prevention, the Weave Award from the Chicago Abused Women’s Coalition for service of domestic violence survivors, and the Best Teacher Award from the Cook County Emergency Residency program.