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Tracey Cohen, MD, FASAM

Chief Medical Officer, Marigold Health

Board certified in Family and Addiction Medicine, Dr. Cohen is a recognized leader in health care integration, clinical innovation, population health, and value-based care. Dr. Cohen's career has ranged from that as a primary care and addiction treatment provider to leadership roles in community health centers, top health plans, a multi-state integrated care organization, and a health technology start-up.

Dr. Cohen is the Chief Medical Officer at Marigold Health, dedicated to engaging people with mental health and substance use conditions in recovery by meeting where them wherever they are in their journey with AI-informed anonymous social network groups and tech-enabled peer support. She has deep experience in managed care across all lines of business and recently served as Interim Chief Medical Officer and Senior Medical Director at Point32Health where she led their successful attainment of NCQA’s Health Equity Accreditation. Previously Dr. Cohen served as Medical Director at Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island and at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island where she spearheaded superior access to holistic models of care, addiction treatment, harm reduction, and informed LGBTQ care including gender affirming services. Dr. Cohen also held the role of Chief Medical Officer at CleanSlate, establishing and growing the integration of behavioral health support and Hepatitis C treatment into their model of community-based substance use treatment.

Dr. Cohen earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Barnard College and her Doctorate in Medicine from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania where she was one of six inaugural Twenty-First Century Scholars, a full tuition scholarship awarded to students demonstrating outstanding academic achievement, leadership, and commitment to interests beyond academics. Prior to medical school, Dr. Cohen performed and published neurobiological research on the cellular basis of learning and memory with Dr. Eric Kandel, 2000 Nobel Prize Laureate in Physiology or Medicine.

Dr. Cohen is committed to identifying, reducing, and eliminating health disparities related to race, income, language, and identity and to improving both access and quality in care delivered in the community. Her personal and professional experience have affirmed that in the community is where health begins and can flourish.

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