Idriz Limaj, MBA, BSN, RN, joined BWH as clinical executive director of Care Continuum Management in December.
In this role, Limaj is responsible for executing the strategic vision across all areas of Brigham Health’s Care Continuum Management program. This work includes planning, directing and coordinating strategic initiatives related to program development and the daily clinical and administrative practices carried out by social workers, care coordination nurses and care transition specialists who support patients and families transitioning between care settings.
Limaj reports to Kathryn Britton, MD, MPH, associate chief medical officer, and Shelly Anderson, MPM, senior vice president of Strategy and Operations, in these efforts.
With a long track record of providing high-quality, patient-centered care in various health care settings, Limaj most recently was the chief operating officer of Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital in Baltimore and of the Post-Acute Care Division in the hospital’s parent organization, LifeBridge Health.
Prior to his time in Maryland, he worked at Hebrew SeniorLife in Roslindale, where he served as executive director of the organization’s Community-Based Health Services.
Limaj received his master’s in business administration and bachelor’s in nursing from the University of Massachusetts Boston.