Warren J. Brodine
Warren J. Brodine

Warren J. Brodine


Health Management Associates

Los Angeles, CA

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Warren Brodine partners with communities, federally qualified health centers (FQHCs), and payors to deliver optimal patient and community outcomes, supporting innovation while adding to system sustainability and long-term viability. He has nearly 30 years of experience in the safety net healthcare arena, initially at the intersection of policy and the delivery of care to rural populations and subsequently guiding FQHCs and affiliated groups in their care design and individual, community, and system impact.

Warren led one of the founding FQHCs of the Medical Home Network (MHN) in Chicago and has been an architect of its introduction in Los Angeles, along with the participation of three health centers in the MHN’s Medicare shared savings program. Warren made key contributions to MHN’s efforts to deliver whole-person care and reduce disparities. MHN’s successes included achieving 89 percent patient engagement on health risk assessments that incorporated social determinants of health and instituting programs that instilled equity in delivering resources in order to optimize health. These interventions have delivered more than $100 million in cost savings to the Medicaid population since the program’s inception in 2011, demonstrating the value and effectiveness of focusing on social needs to improve both cost and equity.

Warren has been a national voice for payment reform while focusing on the needs of patients and communities. He has advocated for ensuring communities are involved in the process and that health equity is always centered in efforts to reduce costs and improve outcomes. To that end, he also actively participated with the Subcommittee on Health Center Finance of the National Association of Community Health Centers for the past 20 years. He served as a member of the California Primary Care Association Alternative Payment Methodologies Steering Committee and as chairman of various committees and task forces related to managed care.

Warren was a leader of Health Care LA, IPA, the largest safety-net independent practice association in the nation with more than 700,000 lives for more than six years. He has been a frequent speaker on strategy, planning, health center compliance and business operations since the early 2000s.

Warren earned his bachelor’s degree from Indiana University, Bloomington and studied at Université Laval, Québec City, Canada.