Transforming healthcare together.
At the intersection of Health, Law, and Bioethics
James Corbett is senior vice president of community health and values integration at Centura Health, a multi-state integrated health system and Colorado’s largest health care provider. He was a fellow at both the Harvard Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics and Harvard Medical School Department of Global Health and Social Medicine. Mr. Corbett was appointed to a 4-year term on the National Institute of Health’s National Advisory Council for Nursing Research by former Health and Human Services Secretary, Kathleen Sebellius. Mr. Corbett’s research interests are the intersection of health, law, and bioethics with a focus on health finance and the influence of the large institutions on patient care and population leadership for community health, behavioral health, ethics, spiritual care, diversity, mission, and global health. In these roles, he established innovative programs for using community health advocates, behavioral health navigators, and hospital housing partnerships to improve healthcare outcomes and reduce healthcare costs. Mr. Corbett has lectured at Harvard in Clinical Bioethics and at the Maine School of Law and has been published in numerous books and journals. Mr. Corbett received his B.S. in International Relations from Syracuse University, a Juris Doctor from St. Johns University and a Master of Divinity from Duke University.