David Erani, M.D.

Medical Director for Population Health and Clinical Integration

Work History

Work History
2014 - Present

Endocrinologist/Medical Director for Population Health and Clinical Integration

Harrington Health System

Helping to lead the transformation from fee for service, episodic management of patients to an environment to rewards exceptional clinical care, service and cost effectiveness. Working with the Chief Medical Officer, Chief Operating Officer, operational directors, managers and physicians, with a focus on models of care that improve population health and maximize revenue through risk-sharing models and value based purchasing arrangements. Working with the PHO in assessing, developing and implementing quality data reporting systems for population health management including serving in the organization physician champion role for system roll-outs as necessary. Providing clinical leadership to the organizational achievement of patient centered medical home in primary care sites.

2001 - Present


The Medical
Reviewer Letter on Drugs and Therapeutics— New Rochelle, NY
Apr 2012 - Aug 2014

Director of Medical Programs

Joslin Diabetes Center
Director of Medical Programs — Boston, MA Founded in Boston in 1898, the Joslin Diabetes Center is the world leader in diabetes care and research. Provide medical leadership and guidance to the network of Joslin-affiliated diabetes centers throughout the United States Develop and direct innovative programs in the healthcare services division of Joslin
Jul 2012 - Aug 2014

Attending Physician

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Attending Physician
2012 - 2014

Instructor In Medicine

Harvard Medical School
Instructor in Medicine — Boston, MA
Jan 2010 - Jan 2014


Corizon Health
Consultant — Brentwood, TN
Jul 2010 - Apr 2012

Medical Director

Cypress-Fairbanks Medical Center
Medical Director Joslin Diabetes Center at — Houston, TX Oversee planning and staff development prior to center opening Represent center to referring physicians and community groups Provide best care for patients in general endocrinology practice with special focus on diabetes
2008 - 2010

Chief Medical Officer

DiabetesAmerica, Inc
Chief Medical Officer.— Houston, TX DiabetesAmerica was founded in late 2004 with a vision of better care for people with diabetes and little else. In the ensuing years, it has progressed towards this vision and demonstrated that it is possible to care for diabetes in a way that is best for patients and also cost-effective. Managed performance of physicians to ensure optimal results Recruited and hired physicians to provide exceptional care in a unique model. Built medical team from 14 to 24 physicians Negotiated terms of employment agreement and standardize approach to physician compensation Developed and implemented training program to provide physicians with exceptional knowledge base and expertise Participated as part of new business development team, resulting in significant growth in the number of corporate clients Expanded the scope of services offered by implementing new tests and procedures, as medically indicated Represented DiabetesAmerica to leaders in the medical community, large employers, and managed care organizations
2000 - 2008

Chief, Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism

New York-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital 
Chief, Division of Endocrinology — Bronxville, NY Member of the leadership Council of Chiefs of the Department of Medicine Participated in the Quality Improvement efforts within the Department of Medicine Established and chaired steering committee to improve quality of inpatient diabetes management Educated attending physicians through Continuing Medical Education lectures
2000 - 2008

Attending Physician

New York Presbyterian Hospital
2000 - 2008

Instructor In Medicine

College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University
Instructor in Medicine — New York, NY HOSPITAL APPOINTMENT
2002 - 2005

Chief, Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism

Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University
Chief, Division of Endocrinology — Bronx, NY Directed clinical and educational activities of division in an 854 bed teaching hospital Established and developed a specialty clinic for nodular thyroid disease Led development of the Bronxcare Diabetes Center to provide medical care and patient education to a medically underserved population in the South Bronx Promoted the Diabetes Center to community physicians and local civic leaders to improve access to care Represented the Diabetes Center at hospital-sponsored events and in local media


Jan 1989 - 1993


New York University School of Medicine
Jan 1985 - 1989

B.A. with High Honors in Biology, B.A. in Political Science

Brandeis University