Mark Wietecha is president and CEO of Children’s Hospital Association (CHA), based in Washington, DC, representing over 200 children’s hospitals and major pediatric programs with a mission to improve child health through innovation in care, education and research. CHA advances these aims by fostering national collaboration to improve pediatric health policy and practice better serving the unique health care needs of children. This is accomplished through specialized CHA pediatric programming in public policy, advocacy, analytics, education, research and work improving the quality, safety and cost of care.
Prior to joining the Association, Mark was the executive chairman of Kurt Salmon, where he was responsible for a global consulting firm of over 2,000 professionals serving clients on five continents in six languages. His personal work in academic and pediatric medicine has been recognized as among the best in the country, and he has advised most of the U.S. News & World Report “Best” medical centers and children’s hospitals.
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