Beth Bortz

Beth Bortz

Present and CEO of Virginia Center for Health Innovation, VCHI

Beth Bortz has a rich background in healthcare policy. She served as executive director of Medical Society of Virginia for nine years and is the current president and CEO of the Virginia Center for Health Innovation.

Beth Bortz is the current presiend and CEO of the Virginia Center for Health Innovation. Prior to joining VCHI in 2012 she served for nine years as the executive director of the Medical Society of Virginia foundation. Her previous roles include senior program officer and deputy director of the Virginia Healthcare foundation and the senior associate legislative analyst for the Virginia general assembly's joint legislative audit and review commission or JLARC. Beth currently serves as a public member of the board of directors of the American board of family medicine and on the national task force to reduce low value healthcare. She is also a graduate of Lead Virginia and currently serves on the board. Beth’s work has been recognized with several awards, including the 2014 Virginia Leader Award from Lead Virginia, the Influential Woman of Virginia award from Virginia Lawyer’s Media and the Stettinius Award for nonprofit leadership from the community foundation representing greater Richmond.

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