Ilan Rubinfeld, MD, MBA, FACS, FCCM, FCCP
Chief Medical Officer- Associate, Henry Ford Hospital
Dr. Rubinfeld serves as Chief Medical Officer- Associate of Henry Ford Hospital he is a member of numerous hospital and System committees, including the System Clinical and Quality Council, the Medical Group Board of Governors and countless quality, informatics and analytics committees and task forces.
He practices clinically as an acute care surgeon and as an attending in the hospital’s Surgical Intensive Care Unit. Dr. Rubinfeld also leads as the System Surgical and System Co-Inpatient lead of the System-wide clinical integration EMR implementation team and Project Helios.
As a researcher, he has continued with academic productivity while in a primarily administrative role including numerous grants, papers and national presentations. His research focus has been on leveraging machine learning methods in quality and operational research, as well as surgical outcomes, frailty, and an increasing focus on social determinants.
Outside of Henry Ford, he is an associate professor of Surgery at Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit.
Dr. Rubinfeld completed his general surgery residency at Henry Ford Hospital. He then went on to a fellowship in Trauma and Critical Care at the University of California San Diego. Dr. Rubinfeld has also completed a patient safety fellowship through the Health Education Research Trust and is board certified in Clinical Informatics.
A graduate of The University of Michigan Medical School Inteflex Program, Dr. Rubinfeld holds a Medical Doctorate and Bachelor of Science. He also earned a Master of Business Administration from The University of Michigan Ross School of Business.