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Patricia M.C. Brown, Esquire: Biographies

Patricia M.C. Brown, Esquire

Patricia M.C. Brown, Esquire

Patricia M.C. Brown, Esquire, is Senior Vice President of Managed Care and Population Health of Johns Hopkins Medicine, President of Johns Hopkins HealthCare LLC, a managed care and population health organization owned by the Johns Hopkins Health System and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and Senior Counsel for The Johns Hopkins Health System. In these roles, Ms. Brown is responsible for the administration of all Johns Hopkins managed care products for over 300,000 individuals enrolled in self-funded employer, Medicaid, and Department of Defense health benefit plans. Ms. Brown is also responsible for directing the Johns Hopkins Medicine population health strategies, to include care management, disease management, and preparation for health care reform, as well as integrating and coordinating managed care contracting, payer, and market strategy for all Johns Hopkins Medicine hospitals and provider groups. Finally, as Senior Counsel to the Johns Hopkins Health System, Ms. Brown provides legal advice in the areas of managed care and regulatory compliance, and health care reform.

Ms. Brown is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Richmond and has a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Baltimore. Prior to joining Hopkins in 1994, Ms. Brown was an Assistant Attorney General with the Maryland Office of the Attorney General, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, serving as counsel to the Maryland Medical Assistance Program, the Maryland Health Resources Planning Commission and the Maryland Board of Dental Examiners. Ms. Brown was an adjunct professor teaching Health Care Law at the University of Baltimore from 1992 to 1995; past Chairperson of the Health Law Section of the Maryland State Bar Association; and past trustee of the Maryvale Preparatory School, the Glenwood Life Center, Inc., and the Linstead Community Association. In 2001 and 2010, Ms. Brown was named one of the Top 100 Women by the Daily Record, Baltimore, Maryland, she was a recipient of the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland Distinguished Women’s Award in 2007, served as Leader-in-Residence for her alma mater, the University of Richmond, for the Spring Semester of 2010, and received a Brava Award from Smart CEO in 2012.

Actively involved in community activities, Ms. Brown is currently serving as Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of the United Way of Central Maryland, and previously served as Co-Chair for the 2004 and 2005 United Way Women’s Initiative as well as Co-Chair for the 2004-2006 Co-Chair for the Johns Hopkins Medicine United Way Campaign. Ms. Brown also serves on the Board of Directors for many other not-for-profit organizations, including Listening Hearts Ministries, Notre Dame of Maryland University, Catholic Charities, the Maryland Chapter of the American Diabetes Association and the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel Community. In addition, Ms. Brown is currently Chairperson of the Board of Chesapeake Regional Information System for Our Patients, a consortium of health care systems committed to developing a health care information exchange in the region. A Severna Park, Maryland resident, Ms. Brown is married to Joseph P. Gill, Secretary of Natural Resources, State of Maryland, and has 2 step-children.
 

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