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    J. Brent Pawlecki

    J. Brent Pawlecki, M.D.

    Dr. Pawlecki serves as the Corporate Medical Director, overseeing all health related issues and services of the organization, including the Pitney Bowes' award-winning corporate clinics and wellness programs, and the Disability/Workers Compensation Department.  In addition, he serves as the corporate medical consultant and as Chief HIPAA Privacy Officer.  Dr. Pawlecki works closely with the Environmental Health and Safety team, as well as the Health Care Strategy Group and the Crisis Management Team to direct corporate health and productivity for the global organization.  Currently, he is heading the efforts of Pitney Bowes and the National Business Group on Health on End-of-Life planning, and serves as a board member for the Campaign for Public Health and the New England Healthcare Institute.

    He attended undergraduate and medical School at St. Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri. He also completed the degree of Masters of Medical Management (MMM) at the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business. After completing his residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics in Connecticut at Bridgeport Hospital/Yale University, Dr. Pawlecki worked in the Emergency Department. He entered private practice on Long Island, NY, serving as Medical Director of a multi-specialty group, and was instrumental in expanding the practice from one to five locations.  He then began working as the Medical Director of Occupational Medicine for a public 70-site physician practice management group. 

    Dr. Pawlecki initially joined Pitney Bowes as Associate Medical Director in 1999, and has served as the Corporate Medical Director since 2007. He is actively involved in numerous professional organizations, including the National Business Group on Health, New York Business Group on Health, and serves a Board member for the Campaign for Public Health and the New England Healthcare Institute.


    The Next Workplace Management Challenge: End-of-Life Issues

    Presentation Date

    Princeton Conference XVII: May 20, 2010

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