Tracey Green

VP of Personalized Health
Aetna Medicaid Business

Dr. Tracey Green serves as the head of Aetna Medicaid’s Personalized Health. She leads a team responsible for working with health plan state regulators, providers and communities to reduce health care costs and improve health outcomes by addressing the medical, behavioral and social issues of our members.
Dr. Green is a compassionate, patient-advocate and transformational-change agent who understands the importance of physical, behavioral and social determinants of health, along with data-driven decision making, as drivers of community and population health programs.
During her most recent role as the Chief Medical Officer for Aetna Better Health of Nevada, Dr. Green led a multi-disciplinary team in the development and implementation of an integrated behavioral, physical and social-health model to ensure parity in health care and improved health outcomes for the Nevada Medicaid population.
Prior to Aetna Medicaid, Dr. Green served as Vice Dean of Clinical Affairs at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) School of Medicine. She also collaborated with the Division of Insurance and local community colleges to develop and implement a Community Health Worker program to improve access and outcomes. Moreover, Dr. Green and her team opened a fully-integrated medical home for children with autism and neuro-developmental disorders and their families.
Dr. Green started her career as an independent practicing primary care physician as well as creator/provider of a medically supervised weight management program, Innerthin, targeting overweight and obese individuals.
Dr. Green is a board-certified family physician with special training in the care of minority populations and obesity. She attended the University of Nevada Reno, earning her Doctor of Medicine degree from the University Of Nevada, School of Medicine, and her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Nevada, Reno.

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