Vice President, Behavioral Health
Department of Psychiatry and Community Health Initiatives, Massachusetts General Hospital
Joy B. Rosen oversees the management of a comprehensive network of clinical services including addictions resources for adolescents and their families, bipolar clinic programming, transplant psychiatry initiatives and urgent care needs. At the Benson-Henry Institute, she administers the medical programs, therapy, consultations and wellness services that mind/body medicine addresses. She also serves as the senior administrator overseeing all operations for the Home Base Program and has executive oversight for the Center for Community Health Improvement. In addition, Joy, who worked in state government for many years, serves as a vital liaison for Mass General Brigham on determination of need-related matters.
Previously, Joy served as the director of government relations for Mass General Brigham, overseeing advocacy efforts with the state and federal governments on healthcare reform legislation and the Massachusetts Stem Cell Bill. She served for 12 years as the Department of Public Health’s assistant commissioner for management and worked as a senior policy analyst on health care issues for the Senate Committee on Ways and Means.
Ms. Rosen has a BA from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, and a MS from Brandeis University’s Heller School for Social Policy and Management.