BioPedro Delgado, Vice President, Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), has a unique ability to work across cultures, languages and systems. Based in the UK, he has been a driving force in IHI’s global strategy and results. From work on reducing C-sections and healthcare-acquired infections in Brazil and several Latin American countries, to improving early years education in Chile, Pedro has led the key senior relationships and design and implementation of large-scale health system improvement efforts and networks globally. He is an Instructor at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. His background is rich in diversity, including a brief period as a professional football player, roles in hospital management and large-scale improvement leadership. He holds summa cum laude degrees in Psychology and in Global Business, is a trained Improvement Advisor, and has an MSc in Healthcare Management and Leadership.
Professional Interests & Expertise
Advocacy,Coaching and Mentoring,Community Health,Community Organizing,Community Partnerships,Disease Control and Prevention,Education,Government,Health Systems,Healthcare Innovation and Transformation,Leadership,Maternal and Child Health,Medical Education,Mental and Behavioral Health,Non-profit Leadership/Management,Outreach and Education,Policy/Advocacy,Public Health,Quality Improvement,Research, Measurement, and Evaluation