Bonnie B Blanchfield, CPA SM ScD

Strategy & Impact Evaluation Lead

Senior Scientist, Division of General Internal Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Assistant Professor, Health Management and Policy, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Dr. Blanchfield ‘s 40-year career started in public accounting at Peat Marwick and then moved to corporate management before she redirected her focus to health care. In addition to her role at Springboard, her other roles have included the Mongan Institute for Health Policy and the Institute for Technology Assessment at Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Center for Healthcare Innovation and Division of General Medicine, Project Hope’s Center for Health Affairs, the Research Director at Boston Healthcare for the Homeless Program, Director of Finance GreyBird Venture Associates and Lead, Value and Outcomes at Alphabet’s Verily Life Sciences Bonnie has also served as acting CFO for several small start-up companies including Iora Health. Bonnie combines her accounting and finance expertise with research and evaluation methods to conduct program evaluation looking at health care costs, health care delivery redesign, patient safety, and health care innovations. Her primary interest is evaluating innovation and care redesign and the impact on value-based care strategies. In addition to her academic roles, she is on the executive advisory board for home-based care strategies at Mass General Brigham (MGB).Bonnie received a BBA from Siena College and both a SM and Sc.D. from the Harvard School of Public Health in Department of Health Policy and Management.

Contact Bonnie at bblanchfield@bwh.harvard.edu.