DrPH, University of Michigan; MHSA, University of Michigan
DIRECTOR, MULTIPAYER PRIMARY CARE INITIATIVES, MICHIGAN MULTIPAYER INITIATIVES (MMI), University of Michigan
Diane Bechel Marriott, DrPH, directs Michigan Multipayer Initiatives at the University of Michigan, focusing on large-scale primary care practice demonstrations to improve value, quality, and patient/provider experience outcomes. She and her team served as statewide conveners for the Comprehensive Primary Care Plus, Michigan Primary Care Transformation national demonstrations, and the Patient-Centered Medical Home component of Michigan’s State Innovation Model. She also leads applied policy and research activity on population health and patient-centered care at the Center for Health Policy and Transformation with a special focus on integrating the voice of the patient in care delivery.
She is a member of the Milbank Memorial Fund’s Multipayer Primary Care Network Advisory Group and has served on committees for the National Quality Forum, US Preventive Task Force, National Business Group on Health, and E-Health Initiative. Prior to assuming her position at the University of Michigan, Dr. Marriott led corporate health policy and strategy efforts at Ford Motor Company. She received her doctorate of health policy from the University of Michigan and teaches in the graduate health management and policy department at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.