Renée S. Golderman, MS, RN, NE-BC joined CDPHP in 2007 and currently serves as senior vice president of health care quality. In this role, she leads the design, implementation, and management of a quality improvement program focused on providing CDPHP members with efficient, cost-effective, and timely care. Renée also oversees credentialing and appeals.
With more than 30 years of progressive experience in the health care industry, Renee is also responsible for directing HEDIS, NCQA, and Medicare Stars initiatives, which includes collaboration among Medicare risk, medical management, and network providers to drive innovative initiatives to improve quality outcomes and ensure member satisfaction with their health care. She has led health care transformation initiatives, including tools for population health and clinical integration strategies, and assists in design and operational aspects of primary care incentive programs.
Renee served as the director of nursing for Seton Health System, part of the Ascension Health System where she was a recipient of the NYSNA Nursing Excellence Award in Administration/Management. In addition, she held clinical management positions at New England Baptist Hospital in Boston, Mass., and New Britain General Hospital in New Britain, Conn. She also served as a clinical educator for The Eddy in Troy, N.Y.
Renee earned a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from SUNY Buffalo, and a Master of Science degree in health care management from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Renée is an executive-board certified nurse by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) and is a member of the National Association for Health Care Quality.