With his passion for healthcare transformation, Robert Reid is helping Trillium Health Partners' Institute for Better Health deliver on the promise of building a new kind of healthcare for a healthier community through research and innovation. He received his medical degree from the University of Alberta and completed a master of public health in epidemiology and a doctorate of health policy and management from the Johns Hopkins University. He is internationally recognized for his research developing and testing population-based innovations in primary care delivery, prevention services and chronic care. Dr. Reid is best known for his work in developing and evaluating Group Health Cooperatives’ pioneering patient-centred medical home in Seattle, Washington, which coordinated and streamlined team-based care to improve quality, patient experience, and yield cost savings. A fellow of the American College of Preventive Medicine, he has lectured nationally and internationally on the organization, financing and delivery of care – from the Mayo Clinic, Kaiser Permanente, and Harvard to Ottawa, London and Auckland. Dr. Reid has published nearly 140 articles in refereed journals and given over 130 scientific and policy talks.