Posted in Accountable Care, ACO, population health, Triple Aim

The Transformation Continues – PopHealth Week’s Focus in July

by Fred Goldstein

The role of Primary Care Providers is changing and much of this is for the better. With the Triple Aim of improving the patient experience, improving the health of populations and reducing per capita costs; along with new payment methodologies, quality measures, organizational structures, and the like, primary care providers are being asked to to play an expanded role in the healthcare system; but what is that role and how can they ensure success?

PopHealthWeek-logo-TWTTR-sq (2)During the month of July PopHealth Week will focus on Primary Care and Population Health, interviewing primary care providers and thought leaders who have developed innovative new ways to practice. We’ll explore patient centered medical homes, capitated contracts, team based care, meeting patients needs, are the incentives in ACOs large enough to change behavior, and where these trend setters believe primary care is headed.

Join PopHealth Week for the following shows:

July 1, 12 PM ET/9 AM PT

Roy Hinman, MD, Island Doctors @Island_Doctors. To listen to the broadcast click here

Roy H. Hinman, II, M.D. is the founder of Island Doctors which employs more than 50 people within 14 offices in Florida stretching from Jacksonville to Interlachen and New Smyrna Beach. They also manage a network of 32 affiliate providers throughout these six counties and around the Orlando area. Their mission is to promote health improvement to each and every patient that walks through their doors.

The practice focuses on improving their patients’ health and participates in numerous community events and health fairs including holding Diabetes Awareness Seminars several times per year. Island Doctors want each patient to achieve optimal health status through education, meal planning, exercise, smoking cessation and cholesterol management.

Dr. Hinman opened his first family practice office in 1991 on Anastasia Island in St. Augustine, Florida.

July 8th,12 PM ET/9AM PTStanding Up the ACO

Rushika Fernandopulle, MD, Iorahealth @IoraHealth

Dr. Fernandopulle is the founder and CEO of Iora Health, an innovative primary care practice that offers Team-based care that puts the patient first, a payment system based on care, not billing codes and technology built around people, not process.

July 15th, 3 PM ET/12 Noon PT 

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Jay Lee, MD MPH aka @FamilyDocWonk 

Dr. Lee is board certified in family medicine. After leaving Stanford University with a degree in Human Biology, Dr. Lee worked for a non-governmental organization in rural northern El Salvador providing clinical support for local physicians and organizing public health projects before returning stateside for medical school at the University of Southern California and family medicine residency training at Long Beach Memorial. Prior to re-joining MemorialCare Medical Group he worked at community health centers in southern California and Boston, where he earned a Masters in Public Health at Harvard University.

Dr. Lee was recently honored and elected to the 2016 term as President of the California Academy of Family Physicians aka @cafp_familydocs

July 22, 3 PM ET/12 Noon PT 

Paul Grundy, MD Global Director of Healthcare Transformation IBM, President PCPCC and Ambassador Healthcare Denmark

Dr. Grundy, known as the “Godfather” of the Patient Centered Medical Home is one of the leading thinkers in the transformation of Primary Care and is the Founding President of the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC).

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Fred Goldstein is the President/CEO of Accountable Health, LLC, and the co-founder of PopHealth Week. This post originally appeared here

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