Paco Trilla, M.D.

Medical Director, Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island

Dr. Trilla has served as Chief Medical Officer for Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island since August 2013. In this role, is responsible for management activities affecting clinical and hospital utilization, case management, quality improvement, behavioral health, pharmacy, network performance, regulatory compliance and credentialing. Prior to joining Neighborhood, he served as Chief Medical Officer for Santa Rosa Community Health Centers in California (SRCHC). SRCHC, part of the Redwood Coalition, is an eight-site Federally Qualified Health Center in Northern California with a UCSF-affiliated 12 resident program in Family Medicine. He helped start and remains the Chief Medical Officer for a new, SRCHC-affiliated accountable care organization in California. Additional past leadership roles include serving as Regional Medical Director for CVS/Minute Clinic, Chairman of Licensing for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and President of Atreva Healthcare in Boston, Massachusetts. He graduated from Harvard Medical School in 1980, trained at Bellevue/NYU, and was a National Health Service Corps scholar and physician. He has been a faculty member at Harvard Medical School for the last decade and is a 2001 graduate of the Johns Hopkins Business of Medicine Program. He is board certified in internal medicine and emergency medicine and has been a primary care physician for nearly 30 years.