Ann Greiner serves as president and chief executive officer of the Primary Care Collaborative (PCC) where she is focused on defining and implementing an advocacy, research and education agenda that furthers comprehensive, team-based and patient-centered primary care.
Ms. Greiner is a well-recognized leader in the quality field and has worked at a number of prestigious national organizations. Prior to joining the PCC in 2017, she served as vice president of public affairs for the National Quality Forum (NQF) where she increased the visibility and influence of NQF on Capitol Hill. She also served as deputy director at the National Academies of Medicine, contributing to the Quality Chasm series of reports and related conferences. Ms. Greiner has also held leadership positions at NCQA and the American Board of Internal Medicine.
She has a master’s degree in urban planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English literature from Hobart and William Smith Colleges.