Robin Fisk is the Senior Vice President for the Occupational Health Practice Area.
Robin joined Fedcap after a long career as a health lawyer. Pursuing her longstanding interest in improving the way services are delivered, she recently completed her Masters of Health Care Delivery Science, a program jointly sponsored by the Tuck School and the Dartmouth Institute. Robin is interested in ways to improve the patient’s health by comprehensively addressing the medical and social issues they face. In her past life as a lawyer, she advised providers, practitioners and managed care organizations. She is looking forward to using this knowledge to lead Fedcap’s Occupational Health practice and to integrate Fedcap’s services with traditional medical care to move patients through illness and into the work force.
In addition to serving as Fedcap’s Senior Vice President of Occupational Health, Robin is on the Board of Speare Memorial Hospital, a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association, the American Health Lawyers Association and former Chair of the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Health Law Section. She graduated from the University of Pittsburgh and Boston University School of Law a very long time ago.