Eric M. Weil, MD
Senior Medical Director, Population Health Management, Partners Healthcare
Eric M. Weil, MD is the Medical Director for Primary Care and High Risk Care Management within Population Health Management for the Partners Healthcare System. Eric graduated from the University of Medicine and Dentistry, New Jersey Medical School (now Rutgers) and completed his Residency Training in Internal Medicine at the Beth Israel Hospital in Boston. For the past fifteen years, he has been a practicing PCP on faculty at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. During this time, Dr. Weil has served many roles, including Chief for the Internal Medicine Practice at a Health Center and chair of a local Board of Health. He has been involved in a multitude of Educational, Primary Care, and Community Based initiatives on local, hospital, statewide and national levels. He has also chaired the Clinical Policy Committee for the Massachusetts General Hospital. Key areas of academic and operational interest include practice redesign with specific areas of focus on practice redesign and management of medically and psychosocially complex patient populations.
As PHM Medical Director, Dr. Weil oversees implementation and management of high risk, quality and Primary Care initiatives for the Partners Healthcare system. In addition to acting as medical director, Dr. Weil is also an Associate Medical Director for the Massachusetts General Physician’s Organization and Associate Chief for Clinical Affairs for the MGH Division of General Medicine. In this capacity, he oversees Primary Care clinical operations and infrastructure for a division of 200+ Primary Care Physicians across 20 practices in the Boston Metropolitan area. Dr. Weil has served as the MGH medical director and one of the core designers at MGH for the Medicare Demonstration Project designated as Care Management for High Cost Beneficiaries (CMHCB), a Medicare Demonstration Project that seeks to optimize the care delivered to sick and high risk Medicare Patients through care coordination in addition to other innovative approaches. He continues to direct that institution’s high risk program.