Melissa Corrado, MBA
New York, NY
Melissa Corrado offers a powerful blend of program development, training and implementation expertise to HMA clients.
Prior to joining HMA, Melissa served as a director of performance improvement for the Primary Care Development Corporation – a nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding and transforming primary care in underserved communities. A key member of the leadership team, Melissa was directly responsible for new projects and product lines including a primary care emergency preparedness initiative, a care model training program for the Health Resources and Services Administration, strategic planning for federally qualified health centers, and other quality improvement initiatives. She also managed a team of professionals to implement patient-centered medical home transformation services and a health information technology service line for clients, supporting electronic medical records adoption and health information exchange infrastructure services.
Melissa was director of planning and program development for the AMDeC Foundation – a consortium of 39 medical schools and teaching hospitals established to promote collaboration among biomedical researchers and grow the state’s biotechnology sector. Melissa started her career as a research assistant at the Greater New York Hospital Association.
Melissa earned her MBA in health care administration from the City University of New York and her bachelor’s degree from Rutgers College.