Rob Dribbon is a Senior Consultant with POCP, working on a wide range of health technology initiatives with various health care stakeholders. Before joining POCP as a consultant, Mr. Dribbon had a 26-year career with Merck. He held positions in strategic alliances, strategic planning, innovation, business development, finance, marketing, sales management and managed care. His experience extends to many therapeutic areas as well as multiple health care segments, including primary care, subspecialty, health plan, federal/state government, hospital, long-term care, pharmacy, employer, consumer and patient.
Mr. Dribbon has collaborated with countless health care stakeholders to shape and improve the delivery and quality of health care in the U.S., Europe, Africa and Asia. He has been recognized for his leadership and collaboration on the patient-centered medical home model in the US and Europe, and was appointed Executive Committee Liaison to the Board of Directors of the Primary Care Collaborative (PCC), where he still serves. He was also selected as one of five employees across Merck to represent the company in its first Merck Fellowship for Global Health program where he developed strategies and initiatives with a nonprofit health organization throughout Africa and Asia to answer the health needs of people with the greatest need.
Mr. Dribbon is a graduate of Rutgers University where he was a Henry Rutgers Scholar.