Richard A. Sheff, MD
Richard Sheff, MD is Chief Medical Officer and National Director, External Peer Review with Greeley where he brings more than 25 years of healthcare management and leadership experience to his work with physicians, hospitals and healthcare systems across the country. With his distinctive combination of medical, healthcare and management acumen, Dr. Sheff develops tailored solutions to the unique needs of physicians and hospitals.
Dr. Sheff consults, authors and presents on a wide range of healthcare management and leadership issues, including physician-hospital alignment, medical staff leadership development, peer review, hospital performance improvement, conflict resolution, physician employment and contracting, and service line management.
Prior to joining Greeley, Dr. Sheff served as VPMA, president of an independent practice association, medical director of a physician-hospital organization, president of a corporation that owned and operated physician practices and a group practice medical director. He has taught at Tufts University School of Medicine and served as chair of the Massachusetts Academy of Family Practice Research Committee.
Dr. Sheff is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and the Brown University residency program in family medicine. He was an undergraduate at Cornell University and recipient of the Keasbey Scholarship for the study of politics and philosophy at Oxford University.