Jane Fogg headshot.

Jane Fogg, MD, MPH

Chair, Internal Medicine, Atrius Health

Dr. Jane Fogg is the chair of Internal Medicine at Atrius Health. As chair, she is responsible for the care delivery and outcomes of a primary care practice with over 300 adult providers in over 22 locations across eastern Massachusetts. She leads a team focused on primary care redesign for reliable systems that are team-based, patient-centered, and return joy to the practice of medicine. A key underpinning to her work in health care reform is the adoption of technologies such as automation and predictive analytics into front line workflows to ensure efficiency, reliability and access. Prior to joining Atrius Health, Dr. Fogg was a practicing physician at Dimock Community Health Center in Roxbury and quickly became the director of Adult Medicine & Residency Training and of the Diabetes Collaborative project. In 2004, Dr. Fogg moved to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center employed community practice (APG) and founded a practice in Needham as their medical director. She became involved in the risk bearing arm of BIDMC (BIDCO) as the local risk unit leader and served on the BIDCO board as well. In 2010 she assumed leadership roles in the employed practice and risk arm of the enterprise as the Medical Director of Practice Excellence, and of Primary Care, respectively. She designed, implemented and directed the first centralized urgent care facility for BIDMC community-owned practices, called After Hours Care. Dr. Fogg is a 2014 graduate of the Linde Family Fellowship for Primary Care leadership.