Thinh H. Tran, MD, MBA
President and Chief Operating Officer of Provider Network Solutions
Former Chief Operating Officer and Chief Clinical Officer for the University of Miami Health System (UHealth)
Served as Chief Medical and Quality Officer and Corporate Vice President of Baptist Health South Florida
Previously Chief Quality and Patient Safety Officer at The Methodist Hospital in Houston, Texas
Thinh H. Tran, MD, MBA, President and Chief Operating Officer of PNS, is a seasoned physician and healthcare executive with academic, clinical, and payer expertise. Dr. Tran focuses his efforts on system design, process improvement, and innovation within the rapidly changing healthcare climate in the US and globally.
Dr. Tran led a comprehensive network of three hospitals, 30+ outpatient facilities, and 1,200+ physicians and scientists across a four-county area as Chief Operating Officer and Chief Clinical Officer for the University of Miami Health System (UHealth). He enjoys strong relationships with the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and Jackson Health System.
His career legacy in Florida also includes his ties with Baptist Health South Florida, where he served as Chief Medical and Quality Officer and Corporate Vice President. Dr. Tran is credited with elevating Baptist’s reputation, locally and nationally, through his management of wellness and prevention, research and grants, accreditation, continuing medical education, as well as quality and patient safety.
Dr. Tran’s network extends beyond Florida. He served as Chief Quality and Patient Safety Officer at The Methodist Hospital in Houston, Texas. There, he was involved in developing and implementing a first-of-its-kind, long-distance physician training program in partnership with Weill Cornell Medical College. Additionally, he spent time with Aetna as Medical Director for the Southwest Region. He served on their national council for medical informatics and created a healthcare economic predictive model-based episode of care.
Dr. Tran currently serves as Board Member and Chair of the Clinical Committee for the Nova Southeastern University College of Allopathic Medicine (NSU-MD). He holds a Medical Degree and a Bachelor’s in Genetics and Cell Biology from the University of Minnesota and an MBA from the Isenberg School of Management of the University of Massachusetts – Amherst.