Healthcare leader, lecturer
Dr. Kip Webb has been successful in leading healthcare reform as a pediatrician, professor and business leader. He is a highly sought-after public speaker who has been asked to present on myriad topics, including healthcare reform, consumerism, digital innovation, social determinants of health and clinician burnout.
Kip became an assistant professor at Stanford University Medical School while still in his twenties and was named “Teacher of the Year”. He later joined the faculty of Tufts University Medical School and his academic work has been published in peer-reviewed journals, including the New England Journal of Medicine, Journal of the American Medical Association, and Pediatrics.
Kip was recruited to be managing director at Accenture, an IT services company, where he was selected one of the firm’s “Top 30 Leaders.”
He earned a bachelor’s degree in English and Biology at Amherst College, his Doctor of Medicine at Cornell University and his Master of Public Health at the University of Massachusetts. Kip lives in San Francisco with his family.