Reena Duseja, MD, MS is the Chief Medical Officer of the Quality Measurement and Value-Based Incentives Group in the Centers for Clinical Standards and Quality at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. In this role, she oversees the measure development and analyses for a variety of CMS quality reporting and value-based purchasing programs. Previously, Dr. Duseja was the Acting Director of the Quality Measurement and Value-Based Incentives Group, and the Director of the Division of Quality Measurement. She is an emergency medicine physician and prior to coming to CMS, was an Associate Professor at the University of California, in San Francisco, in the Department of Emergency Medicine, where she led quality improvement activities in a large county hospital and was awarded funding by the NIH to conduct studies related to improving patient care and value for the health system. As a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania, her research focused on quality of care and unintended consequences of measurement. She received her medical degree from George Washington Medical School, and Masters in Science in Health Economics at Wharton, Heath Care Management and Economics, at the University of Pennsylvania. She completed her Emergency Medicine training at Boston Medical Center.