Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Huang is responsible for the strategic guidance and operational oversight of HPSM’s health and pharmacy services. She also provides key clinical leadership for HPSM’s numerous clinically integrated, innovative programs addressing complex care, behavioral health, the Whole Child Model and social determinants of health.
Dr. Huang brings a unique combination of Medicare and Medicaid managed care expertise along with extensive community-based experience in primary care delivery, clinical operations management and practice transformation. Before joining HPSM, Dr. Huang served as the Senior Medical Director for Quality and Population Health at Brown & Toland Physicians, a Bay Area independent physicians’ network. There she led the design and implementation of quality and performance improvement programs, risk adjustment efforts, informatics and predictive analytics strategies, as well as the home visits and hospice care navigation initiatives.
Prior to that, she was an actively practicing internist and the Chief Medical Officer of Asian Health Services, an FQHC in the East Bay, where she successfully led the adoption of electronic health records and integration of behavioral health care, transformed care teams and established Asian Health Services’ first NCQA accredited patient-centered medical home. Dr. Huang has also served as clinical faculty at UCSF and continues to teach and precept Internal Medicine residents at the Alameda County Medical Center.
Dr. Huang completed her MD degree and residency in Internal Medicine at UCSF. She also holds both a Bachelor’s degree and a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from M.I.T.