Robbie Freeman is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Health Administration of NYU’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.
Robbie Freeman is the Vice President of Clinical Innovation at the Mount Sinai Health System, displaying a passion for leveraging technology and advanced analytics to improve quality, patient safety, and care delivery. During his career at the Mount Sinai Health System (MSHS), Robbie started on the frontlines - providing bedside patient care and over the past decade has been promoted to leadership roles with a focus on quality, technology, and hospital operations. Robbie leads the Mount Sinai Clinical Data Science team and associated mission to build predictive models that leverage Machine Learning and AI to improve patient safety and care delivery. Robbie is the hospital administrator for Respiratory Care Services, the Mount Sinai Hospital Emergency Department, and Express Care, a walk-in urgent care clinic.
Robbie drives innovation within healthcare systems via subject matter expertise in clinical decision-making, healthcare technology, and data analytics. He holds a Master's degree in Business Analytics from the NYU Stern School of Business. In 2016, he completed the Clinical Quality Fellowship Program (CQFP), sponsored by Greater New York Hospital Association (GNYHA) and the United Hospital Fund (UHF), which teaches clinicians to lead quality improvement and patient safety initiatives. Robbie holds a B.S. in Human Biology from the University at Albany and is a graduate of the Philips School of Nursing at Mount Sinai where he currently serves on the Board of Trustees.