Aaron Hopkins is an Administrator, Ambulatory Network Operations & Strategic Planning at Mount Sinai Health System in NYC.
In 2020 Aaron was responsible for a $30M capital development and operating budget and he has accountability for the finances, operations, and management of a 40 person staff and physician team as well as multiple multi-specialty physician practices. Aaron also assists with physician acquisitions, performance improvement, and strategic initiatives for Westchester County, one of the high priority expansion counties in the system. Additionally, Aaron assists regional leadership with implementing Covid-19 testing and vaccine distribution for staff and patients. One of his area objectives is to prioritize a digital first health experience by expanding the interoperability of EPIC, the leading electronic medical records system for practice sites. Prior to this role Aaron completed a leadership development program at Mount Sinai Hospital, sponsored by the CEO and Office of the President. While participating in the program Aaron was able to rotate and work in various departments across the hospital and sites across the health system. Aaron successfully lead multiple projects and initiatives such as reducing ED wait time for Pediatric patients and performing a gap analysis allowing all hospital primary care sites to achieve Patient Centered Medical Home designation in 2019. During that time Aaron also worked with the Vice President of Mount Sinai Ventures where he assisted with portfolio management of the system venture fund, helped establish strategic partnerships with start-ups, and worked on the system wide strategy for acquiring or developing ambulatory surgery centers in multiple markets across the NYC area. Aaron has previously worked at Sutter Health with their Bay Area Medical Groups, performed research at UC Berkeley centered around the CMS Hospital Reduction & Readmissions Program, as well as worked at CVS Health as a Pharmacy Technician. Aaron received his Bachelors of Science in Biology from Morehouse College and a Masters of Health Services Administration from The University of Michigan.Back To Team