Brandon Burket



ALUM_40Under40_Logo-white-01.pngBrandon Burket
BHS '10, MHA '12  |  Orlando, FL

Vice President, Value Based Care & Population Health
Orlando Health 

Burket currently serves as the Vice President of Value-Based Care and Population Health at Orlando Health. In this position, Brandon is responsible for pioneering new strategies aimed at evolving traditional healthcare delivery through thoughtfully disruptive approaches, including the development of innovative clinical partnerships, evidence-based care redesign programs, and advanced value-based financing models. 

Brandon helped to found and now leads the system’s clinically integrated network, known as the Orlando Health Network (OHN). OHN is the largest, highest-performing network in the southeast, currently managing more than 300,000 patients and $1.6 billion in healthcare spend. Under his leadership, OHN has improved the quality of care for thousands of patients while generating more than $160 million in cost savings to patients, payers, and employers.

In his tenure with the health system, Brandon has held multiple positions, ranging from leading systemwide clinical transformation programs to overseeing new market expansion efforts. During this time, he expanded Orlando Health’s value-based care portfolio through alignment with progressive payer partners to drive the highest-quality, most cost-effective, and customer-focused experiences for patients and families. These programs include a variety of nationally leading bundled payment initiatives, direct-to-employer offerings, and accountable care organizations, among others. 

Brandon has been recognized both internally by Orlando Health through its Emerging Leader Program and externally as a graduate of Leadership Orlando. He earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Florida in the fields of Health Science and Health Administration, respectively, before completing an administrative fellowship at Tampa General Hospital.