Transforming healthcare together.

At the intersection of Health, Law, and Bioethics

James Corbett, M.Div., J.D, is a seasoned healthcare executive bringing over a decade of c-level leadership experience from both the for-profit and the non-profit sectors of the industry. James has served as a fellow at Harvard Medical School Department of Global Health and Social Medicine as well as Harvard’s Safra Center for Ethics and currently is serving as a fellow of the Nashville Healthcare Council. In addition he is currently serving a 4-year term on the National Institute of Health’s National Advisory Council for Nursing Research; having been honored to receive the appointment from former Health and Human Services Secretary, Kathleen Sebellius. His for-profit and non-profit experience comes from serving in four health systems, in this capacity his focus has been providing strategic and operational leadership for behavioral health, consumer segmentation, population health, hospital re-design, hospital-housing development, research, innovation, global health, advocacy and ethics. James’s work around health system network composition has encompassed efforts in multiple states partnering with organizations to analyze appropriate asset utilization, diversification and analysis of bed need, and repurposing of an organizations bricks and mortar assets. Corbett has also lectured at Harvard Medical School, Harvard’s School of Public Health and numerous other universities across the country. James has been published in multiple books and journals. Mr. Corbett earned his B.S. in International Relations from Syracuse University, followed by his Juris Doctorate from St. Johns University and a Master of Divinity from Duke University.