Bryan R. Fine, MD, MPH is a practicing pediatrician based in Norfolk, Virginia who, in early
2016, combined his passion for patient care, his health policy expertise, and his entrepre –
neurial drive to start Percentric – an innovative health benets consulting rm that utilizes
a physician’s clinical perspective to optimize employer healthcare costs while also prioritizing
employee happiness and financial security.
Bryan got his medical degree at the University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida in 2000, and then completed a pediatric residency Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC. He stayed in Washington, DC for an additional six years as a practicing pediatrician – and getting his Masters in Public Health at George Washington University – before being asked to come to Norfolk to start a new Division of Pediatric Hospital Medicine at the Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughter in 2009. He is still at CHKD, and is still regularly seeing patients and actively teaching medical students and young physicians as an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Eastern Virginia Medical School.
Under Bryan’s guidance, the pediatric hospitalist program has grown to six cliniciaians and still provides the only acute pediatric inpatient care in Hampton Roads. He also runs a successful nursery and pediatric program at a community hospital in nearby Williamsburg, and salvaged and works on the only remaing inpatient pediatric rehabilitation program in Virginia.
For more than a decade, Bryan has taught Masters-level courses in health policy and finance, and was recently a senior investigator on a federally-sponsored grant through EVMS that incorporates health policy education into physician training. He has published widely on various health finance topics, with an emphasis and interest in translating complex health policy issues into common lay terminologies. He has served on executive-level committees, has presented at regional and national conferences, and has been closely involved with financial planning and organizational negotiations at multiple administrative levels. He is intimately familiar with both self-funded and traditionally-insured insurance models, and has experience consulting with business of various sizes and cultures.
Most importantly, Bryan is a loving husband to Stephanie and doting father to three awesome children – Lyla, Juliette, and Simon.