Vice Chair, Strategic Collaborations
Dr. Luis Lobón is Vice Chair of Strategic Collaborations in the Mass General Brigham Department of Emergency Medicine, Executive Director of Strategic Partnerships at Mass General Brigham Global Advisory, and Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Under his leadership, the SCU offers specialty training programs, clinical and logistical support services and other solutions tailored to deliver value and meet the educational and clinical support needs of external collaborators.
With over 25 years of healthcare leadership and management expertise working with and leading multidisciplinary teams across the healthcare continuum, Dr. Lobón has achieved the highest standards of quality-of-care delivery while supporting efficiency and financial targets. His passion for healthcare system integration, eliminating fragmented and siloed care delivery and optimizing patient progression, has been a guiding principle of his leadership focus for the academic and nonacademic healthcare organizations and teams that he has led.
Dr. Lobón has an extensive curriculum in healthcare executive education and is currently course director for the International Emergency Department Leadership Institute, developing and teaching the master-level continuing executive education course, which explores topics central to the global challenges in Acute Unscheduled Care management and leadership and the formulation of strategies for the advancement of care delivery.
A graduate of the University of Cantabria Faculty of Medicine in Santander, Spain, Dr. Lobón completed his residency training in Emergency Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical Center and Beth Israel Medical Centers in New York, and holds a Master’s in Health Policy and Management from New York University Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service. Dr. Lobón is an alumnus of the Brigham Leadership Program, a joint program with Harvard Business School.