Scott A. Kaiser, M.D. is a board-certified family physician and geriatrician with executive leadership experience focused on the improvement of aging services, geriatric care, and population health. Dr. Kaiser completed his undergraduate studies at Vassar College with a degree in Science, Technology, and Society, and received his medical degree from the Keck School of Medicine of USC. He went on to train within the Lawrence Family Medicine Residency, the Harvard Geriatric Medicine Fellowship, and the UCLA Health Services Research Fellowship, where he served as a Health Media Fellow.
Dr. Kaiser is the Chief Innovation Officer of the Motion Picture & Television Fund, a non-profit organization which provides safety-net services and support to the entertainment industry’s workforce and retirees. In this role, Dr. Kaiser leads efforts to improve population health and well-being through a broad range of social and community-based interventions. The programs developed under his leadership have successfully targeted social determinants of health to increase engagement, improve outcomes, and reduce healthcare costs. Concurrently, he serves as the Director of Geriatric Cognitive Health at the Pacific Brain Health Center, where he provides specialty geriatric medical consultations within a multidisciplinary team dedicated to the prevention and management of dementia. Dr. Kaiser remains engaged in teaching, community outreach, advocacy, and research. He is an adjunct faculty member of the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, serves on the board of several community organizations, and is an advisor to entrepreneurs and other leaders seeking innovative solutions to meet the needs of an aging population.