Prior to joining I-trax, Dr. Fabius served as Global Medical Leader at General Electric where he was responsible for the health and wellness of over 330,000 employees worldwide. To meet this challenge, he oversaw an ambulatory network of over 200 on-site clinics in 29 countries. While at GE he was responsible for global occupational health services, wellness programs, medical staff training, employee health education, and emergency preparedness and response. From 2000 to 2002, Dr. Fabius served as Senior Medical Director for Aetna e.Health Activities, providing clinical leadership for Aetna’s website, InteliHealth, and the company’s data warehouse subsidiary, US Quality Algorithms. Dr. Fabius also served Aetna / US Healthcare as Corporate Medical Director for National Accounts; Corporate Medical Director for utilization management; disease management; and quality improvement. Prior to joining Aetna US Healthcare, Dr. Fabius served as medical director for CIGNA Health Plan of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. Dr. Fabius started his career as a pediatrician ultimately serving as the president of an eight-doctor private pediatric practice caring for 16,000 patients in the Drexel Hill area.
Dr. Fabius is a faculty member of the American College of Physician Executives, which has recognized him as a Distinguished Fellow, and the American College of Occupational And Environmental Medicine. Presently his academic interest is dedicated to workplace health and the impact health has on the productivity of the workforce. Dr. Fabius was a founding member and Vice President for Health Internet Ethics, an organization committed to ensuring that consumers realize the Internet’s potential to improve their health and has played several advisory roles within the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) and the Utilization Review Accreditation Commission (URAC).
Dr. Fabius is the author of two books for physician executives including Total Care Management – A Physician Executive’s Guide to Medical Management for the 21st Century which received the ACPE Robert A. Henry Literary Book Award as the best book in the field of medical management in 2001.
Dr. Fabius is a sought after speaker who attempts to inform and entertain. He has recently presented at the National Business Group on Health, the National Business Coalition on Health, the Institute of Health and Productivity Management, the Health Education Resource Association and the World Congress on Health.
Dr. Fabius has held associate faculty positions at several Philadelphia area medical schools including Hahnemann University (now Drexel University), Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Thomas Jefferson University. Board certified in pediatrics and medical management, Dr. Fabius received his medical degree from Hahnemann Medical College in Philadelphia and completed his pediatric residency training at Children's Hospital of Los Angeles. He is married and his two sons. His wife is an educator. His older son is an attorney with Ballard Spahr and his younger son is a fourth year medical student at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.