Fred Goldstein is the founder and president of Accountable Health, LLC, a healthcare consulting firm focused on population health, health system redesign, new technologies and analytics. He has over 30 years of experience in population health, disease management, HMO and hospital operations. Fred brings deep knowledge in population health, care management, behavioral health, risk management, HIT and health system design and development.
During his career, he founded a disease management company that provided services to employer groups and 10 state Medicaid programs, operated a Medicaid/Commercial HMO that was ranked the highest quality Medicaid Health Plan in Florida, developed an award-winning mobile health app and worked with employers. health systems, and vendors to develop population health programs, services and platforms. He was also directly responsible for the inclusion of the Medicare Annual Wellness Visit in the Affordable Care Act.
Fred is an Instructor at the John D. Bower School of Population Health at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, an advisor to the Validation Institute, and serves on the editorial Board of the journal Population Health Management, the founding Advisory Board of Population Health News, and is Past Chair of the Board of Directors of the Population Health Alliance. Fred has testified before the legislature in the states of Alaska, Florida, Kentucky and Texas on disease and population health management and their application to state employees and Medicaid. He is also the co-founder and lead host of PopHealth Week, a weekly podcast featuring thought leaders and company’s working in population health.
Fred received his MS in Health Care Administration from Trinity University and a BA in Zoology from the University of California, Berkeley.