Reimagining Primary Care Forum
2nd Annual

Reimagining Primary Care Forum

April 23rd, 2024 | Cambridge, MA

LEVERAGING COLLABORATION OVER COMPETITION TO ADVANCE THE

FUTURE OF PRIMARY CARE

Registration Agenda
Our Mission

Our mission remains clear: to foster a collaborative environment that transcends competition, to reimagine the future of primary care. At the forefront of pivotal transformation, marked by the emergence of retail health, mergers and acquisitions and a broader shift towards value-based care, significant challenges such as patient access, engagement, and reimbursement persist. The Reimagining Primary Care Forum returns this year as a response to these challenges, recognizing the need to bring together key stakeholders and create actionable solutions to these shared challenges.

Intimate Conference, Limitless Potential

Are you seeking high-value connections and partnerships away from the crowds of larger conferences? Your search ends here. The Reimagining Primary Care Forum is an exclusive conference, capped at 100 attendees, providing a unique environment that brings together the most influential primary care visionaries in the space. Building on last year’s success, this year, we have created even more dedicated opportunities for you to make the most out of time, with an agenda filled with interactive sessions, action-focused roundtables and effortless group networking opportunities. 

Advance Through Collaboration

The Reimagining Primary Care Forum presents an enriching platform for learning and cross-sector collaboration across the entire primary care landscape. Bringing together the most prominent primary care stakeholders, from the likes of providers, health plan, retail health, academia and policy groups, and featuring the likes of: Cityblock Health, Humana, Corewell Health and Boston Medical Center, alongside emerging players such as Whole Foods Market and Amazon, this Forum offers you a place at the forefront of primary care innovation!

“Reimagining Primary Care isn’t just a slogan, it’s a necessity. I’m thrilled to share how Mirah’s collaborative care platform bridges the gap between physical and mental health, empowering primary care teams to deliver truly holistic care. Let’s build a future where mental health is not an afterthought but rather a fully participating member of a coordinated team.”

Mark Potter, Chief Executive Officer, Mirah

“I’m looking forward to learning from the leading voices in primary care from across the US.”

Lisa Rotenstein, MD MBA MSc. Director of the Physicians Foundation Center for Physician Experience and Practice Excellence, Brigham and Women’s Hospital

“I am excited to connect with primary care health professionals at the Reimagining Primary Care Forum to explore population-level analytics in primary care assessment. Innovations with “big data” can inform more effective public policy, facilitate improvements in  equitable access to primary care, and promote higher performance for both systems and clinicians.”

Steve Holloway, MPH. Branch Director, Health Access Branch, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

“I am looking forward to connecting with professionals that are passionate about the direction and opportunities to reimagine primary care.”

Jennifer Ard, RN, BSN. Clinical Director of Primary Care and Core of Care, Whole Foods Market

“Coming together around primary care at this moment is crucial as we navigate the bedrock of value-based tactics for healthcare success.”

Erin McNeely, MD, FACP. Division Chief for QSE, Primary Care, Corewell Health West Michigan

“My hope, as a rural subspecialist and rural health researcher, is to help develop ways to deliver better healthcare to rural America. This begins with conversations and with planning, and with this I am very excited to be able to meet and speak with new partners and colleagues in the 2024 Reimagining Primary Care Conference.”

Eyal Kedar, MD. Medical Director, Department of Clinical and Rural Health Research, St Lawrence Health

“I look forward to collaborating with other thought leaders on strategies to foreground primary care in the U.S.”

John Schumann, MD. Executive Director, Oak Street Health

“Data holds the key to unlocking a future where everyone receives tailored, effective primary care. I’m eager to join the conversation at Reimagining Primary Care about leveraging data insights to personalize care, address disparities, and ensure no one falls through the cracks. It’s time to make data work for patients, not just systems.”

Jessica Lyons, MS, LMFT. Clinical Advisor, Mirah

2024 Speakers

Erica Savage-Jeter, MD, MBA, CRC, FAAFP
Erica Savage-Jeter, MD, MBA, CRC, FAAFP
Division Chief Medical Officer of Expansion
Centerwell Senior Primary Care
Erica Savage-Jeter, MD, MBA, CRC, FAAFP
Division Chief Medical Officer of Expansion
Centerwell Senior Primary Care

Dr. Erica Savage-Jeter completed her undergraduate degree at Wofford College, Spartanburg, SC. Her training includes her medical degree from University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Family Medicine training at Palmetto Health Family Medicine Residency program and a master’s degree in business administration from Auburn University. Dr. Savage-Jeter started her medical career as a family physician in her hometown of Union, SC. Her practice became centered around the care of all age groups of people with preponderance of chronic illness including diabetes mellitus, congestive heart failure, atrial fibrillation, just to name a few. Dr. Savage-Jeter was also recognized for her commitment to provide evidence-based measures and excellent care to her patients with diabetes by the National Committee of Quality Assurance. In 2016, Dr. Savage-Jeter joined Partners in Primary Care, now CenterWell Senior Primary Care as it launched its care delivery model to Greenville SC. Her responsibilities during her tenure have grown from center medical director to Division Chief Medical Office. Her work has been focused on providing personalized healthcare with exceptional service to her personal patients as well as all the patients in her market with the goal to reduce the complexity and burden of disease and promote well-being while growing talent and developing physician leaders. CenterWell is committed to early disease detection, management of chronic diseases to prevent complications, and eliminating barriers to healthy lifestyle habits while nurturing a relationship of mutual trust and respect among all the patients and providers within CenterWell Senior Primary Care.

Dr. Lissy Hu
Dr. Lissy Hu
President of Connected Networks
WellSky
Dr. Lissy Hu
President of Connected Networks
WellSky

Dr. Lissy Hu serves as president of WellSky’s connected networks, where she works with leading health systems, payers, and accountable care organization to optimize post-acute care outcomes. Lissy brings with her over 15 years of experience working in the healthcare technology space. In 2012, Lissy founded CarePort to provide care coordination software solutions to manage patient transitions across the continuum. CarePort’s end-to-end platform bridge acute and post-acute EHRs – providing visibility for providers, payers, and ACOs into the care that patients receive across care settings. Lissy earned her Doctor of Medicine from Harvard Medical School. She holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the Harvard Business School and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in pre-medical studies and sociology from Columbia University.

Mark Potter
Mark Potter
Chief Executive Officer
Mirah
Mark Potter
Chief Executive Officer
Mirah

Mark Potter is the founder and CEO of Mirah, a behavioral health technology company. As a multi-industry veteran with extensive experience building high-performance teams, he has a passion for data and presenting it in a way that leads to actionable insights. It is this combination of experience and interest – along with marriage to a psychiatrist – that inspired the very founding of Mirah.

Before Mirah, Mark was the Senior Vice President of Global Operations for EnerNOC (now Enel X), where he grew the operations function from a team of one to over 400 people spanning five continents. He applies this same skill at Mirah today, having created a team of experts purpose-built to address the biggest challenges that stand in the way of successful behavioral health integration.

Erika Pabo, MD, MBA
Erika Pabo, MD, MBA
Chief Transformation Officer & Central Operations
Humana
Erika Pabo, MD, MBA
Chief Transformation Officer & Central Operations
Humana
Aaron R. Hoffman, DO, MPH
Aaron R. Hoffman, DO, MPH
Chief Clinical Innovation Engineer
Atrius Health
Aaron R. Hoffman, DO, MPH
Chief Clinical Innovation Engineer
Atrius Health

Aaron R. Hoffman, DO, MPH, is Medical Director and Assistant Professor for the Department of Physician Assistant Studies in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at MGH Institute of Health Professions. He is the Chief Clinical Innovation Engineer and a practicing family physician at Atrius Health in Boston, where he focuses on primary care for adults in an innovative, team-based practice.

His particular clinical interests include reproductive health, clinical education, and approaching primary care with a broad scope, including an array of procedures.

In addition to deep involvement in teaching IHP and Harvard Medical School students both clinically and in didactic sessions across several courses, Dr. Hoffman is also a faculty member at the Harvard Center for Primary Care, where he is co-director of the Harvard Home for Family Medicine.

Dr. Hoffman completed his undergraduate degree in Ancient Societies and Biology at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY, and his Master’s in Public Health with a focus on health economics and policy at the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH. He attended medical school at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, and completed his residency and chief residency in family medicine at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston, Maine.

Kameron Matthews, MD, JD, FAAFP
Kameron Matthews, MD, JD, FAAFP
Chief Health Officer
Cityblock Health
Kameron Matthews, MD, JD, FAAFP
Chief Health Officer
Cityblock Health

Kameron Leigh Matthews MD, JD, FAAFP is the Chief Health Officer of Cityblock Health, a transformative, value-based healthcare provider integrating medical, behavioral, and social services for Medicaid and dually eligible and low-income Medicare beneficiaries. A board-certified Family Physician, Dr. Matthews has focused her career on underserved and vulnerable communities, having held multiple leadership roles in correctional medicine, federally qualified health centers, and managed care. Most recently at the Veterans Health Administration, she led transformational efforts focused on integrated, Veteran-centered models of care including the implementation of the MISSION Act of 2018 and the EHR modernization effort. She is an elected member of the National Academy of Medicine. She is a member of the sixth class of the Aspen Institute’s Health Innovators Fellowship. She received her bachelor’s degree at Duke University, her medical degree at Johns Hopkins University, and her law degree at the University of Chicago. As a passion outside of work, she co-founded and co-direct the Tour for Diversity in Medicine, an initiative seeking to bring premedical enrichment activities to underrepresented minority high school and undergraduate students across the country.

Saria Saccocio, MD, FAAFP, MHA
Saria Saccocio, MD, FAAFP, MHA
East Regional Chief Medical Officer
Carelon Health
Saria Saccocio, MD, FAAFP, MHA
East Regional Chief Medical Officer
Carelon Health

Dr. Saria Saccocio is the Eastern Region Chief Medical Officer for Carelon Health. She brings 20+ years of clinical experience to our team. She has led award-winning quality programs, improving patient care across the continuum of health as a Chief Medical Officer for several health systems in the southeast. She received her Doctor of Medicine from the University of Florida, her Executive Master of Health Administration from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and completed her Family Medicine residency at the University of Miami before opening her own solo family practice. She continues to serve patients at the Greenville Free Medical Clinic.

Becker’s Hospital Review has recognized Dr. Saccocio as one of the top 100 Hospital and Health System CMOs to Know and has been elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. Her extensive civic and community involvement has included serving with many organizations such as: the Modern Healthcare Women Advisory Board, board member for the Pisacano Leadership Foundation, South Carolina Hospital Association, United Way of Greenville County; Greenville Free Medical Clinic, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Upstate, the South Carolina Academy of Family Physicians Board, and is an Alum of the Women’s Leadership Institute and the Diversity Leadership Institute at Furman University.

Erin McNeely, MD, FACP
Erin McNeely, MD, FACP
Division Chief for QSE, Primary Care
Corewell Health West Michigan
Erin McNeely, MD, FACP
Division Chief for QSE, Primary Care
Corewell Health West Michigan

Dr. Erin McNeely is a general internal medicine physician and leader in primary care at Corewell Health West Michigan. Erin received her bachelor’s degree in biology at the University of Chicago and her medical degree at Loyola University Chicago. She completed residency and chief residency in internal medicine at Dartmouth Medical Center in New Hampshire.

Dr. McNeely’s current practice site is Corewell Health West Michigan’s high-risk Medicaid clinic on Sheldon Avenue in downtown Grand Rapids. She also serves as co-chair of the Corewell Health West Health Equity Expert Improvement Team.

She is a Corewell Health-Michigan State University Alliance grant recipient along with Dr. Richard Sadler, geographic epidemiology professor at Michigan State University, for health equity-focused study of Kent County built environment factors mapping to patient health conditions.

Erin’s other areas of clinical practice interest include cervical cancer, metabolic disease and hypertension, problems that disproportionately affect BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) communities both locally and nationally.

Lara Terry, MD, MPH
Lara Terry, MD, MPH
Chief of Value-Based Care
Boston Medical Center
Lara Terry, MD, MPH
Chief of Value-Based Care
Boston Medical Center

Lara Terry brings her 20+ years of experience and expertise from working in large integrated healthcare systems, venture back healthcare companies, and academic medicine to Boston Medical Center Health System (BMCHS) where she serves as the Chief of Value Based Care. In this role, she addresses opportunities to improve clinical care delivery and risk based contractual performance using a data driven approach.

Prior to coming to BMCHS, Dr. Terry held leadership roles in large integrated healthcare systems including Atrius Health where she led Population Health and Mass General Brigham (MGB) where she led Medical Analytics and Informatics.

Before coming to MGB, Dr. Terry spent nearly a decade in healthcare start-ups including Kyruus and Dovetail Health. Dr. Terry spent the early years of her career in academic medicine at Harvard Medical School and Boston University School of Medicine where she served as Co-Director of the New England Centenarian Study and published over 20 peer-reviewed articles on correlates of healthy aging and longevity. Dr. Terry is an awardee of the Paul B. Beeson Physician Faculty Scholar in Aging, an honor awarded to national leaders in aging research.

Dr. Terry received her BS from Tufts University, her MPH at Harvard University and her MD from UMDNJ. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine, the Harvard Geriatrics Fellowship, and is board certified in both. Her current clinical practice involves caring for patients with symptoms of cognitive decline.

Kristen Gradney, MHA, RDN, LDN
Kristen Gradney, MHA, RDN, LDN
Corporate Chief Wellness Officer
LCMC Health
Kristen Gradney, MHA, RDN, LDN
Corporate Chief Wellness Officer
LCMC Health
Dana McCalley, MBA.
Dana McCalley, MBA.
Vice President of Value-Based Care
Navina
Dana McCalley, MBA.
Vice President of Value-Based Care
Navina

Dana McCalley is the VP of Value-Based Care at Navina, a physician-first AI platform that helps primary care organizations succeed in value-based care. She has 15+ years in healthcare with a focus on Quality Improvement, Risk Adjustment, and Population Health. For more than a decade, Dana led one of the nation’s top performing ACOs, where she was responsible for helping 700+ clinicians provide care to 230k value-based patients. Her efforts led to over $159 million dollars in CMS ACO Shared Savings throughout her tenure. Dana received her Bachelors of Psychology from the University of South Florida and her Masters of Business Administration from Liberty University.

Katherine Gergen Barnett, MD
Katherine Gergen Barnett, MD
Vice Chair of Primary Care Innovation and Transformation, Family Medicine
Boston Medical Center
Katherine Gergen Barnett, MD
Vice Chair of Primary Care Innovation and Transformation, Family Medicine
Boston Medical Center

Dr. Katherine Gergen Barnett is the Vice Chair of Primary Care Innovation and Transformation in the Department of Family Medicine at Boston Medical Center (BMC), a Clinical Associate Professor at Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine, an Associate at Harvard’s Center for Primary Care, and a Health Innovators Fellow at the Aspen Institute, a highly competitive fellowship that catalyzes leaders to improve US health care.

Prior to joining BMC in 2009, Dr. Gergen Barnett attended Yale University School of Medicine, worked at the National Institutes of Health, and completed a fellowship studying a model of group prenatal care for women in low-income communities. At BMC, she has served in multiple leadership roles including as a chief resident, Director of Integrative Medicine, Medical Director, Residency Director, and Vice Chair. Her primary clinical interests are behavioral health, preventive medicine, nutrition, trauma informed care, gender affirming care, women’s health, reproductive care, mindfulness-based stress reduction, and group medical care.

Dr. Gergen Barnett’s research career has been focused on innovative models of care to address chronic medical conditions, physician burnout, and engaging community partners in creating feasible solutions to increase health and wellness and to address medical distrust in traditionally marginalized communities. Dr. Gergen Barnett brings her training and passion for community engaged research to her role as PI in a clinical trial evaluating the safety and efficacy of Paxlovid, an antiviral, in treating high risk children infected with COVID-19.

Finally, Dr. Gergen Barnett is involved in local and state health policy addressing health inequities, national policy addressing primary care delivery, and is a regular contributor to The Boston Globe, Boston Public Radio, and multiple television outlets.

John Schumann, MD
John Schumann, MD
Executive Director
Oak Street Health
John Schumann, MD
Executive Director
Oak Street Health

John Schumann is an internal medicine physician with more than two decades of clinical and leadership experience. He spent a decade on faculty at the University of Chicago before moving to the University of Oklahoma’s Tulsa campus, where he served as residency program director, vice chair of education, and campus president. He joined Oak Street Health in 2021, now serving as the clinical lead for eight southern states with a focus on provider hiring and education with an emphasis on value-based care. He has a passion for demystifying health care for regular people and has been a frequent contributor to NPR and other periodicals.

Gary Price, MD
Gary Price, MD
President
The Physicians Foundation
Gary Price, MD
President
The Physicians Foundation

Gary Price is a Board Member and the current President of The Physicians Foundation. As a board-certified plastic surgeon, he has served as an attending surgeon and clinical assistant professor of surgery at Yale-New Haven Hospital. Additionally, he is affiliated with numerous local and national medical associations and societies and is a past President of the Connecticut State Medical Society and the Connecticut and New England Societies of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons. He received his M.D. from the Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine and completed residency training in Surgery and Plastic Surgery at Yale. Dr. Price holds an MBA from the Yale School of Management. Under his leadership, the Physicians Foundation has successfully supported surveys, grants, research, public awareness campaigns and leadership training regarding physician wellness. 

Dr. Price is a subject matter expert on topics including physician burnout, social drivers of health, issues facing physician practices, physician wellbeing and leadership. He has been featured in numerous publications including The New York Times, The Washington Post, Kaiser Health News, The Wall Street Journal, Politico, NBC News and Radio, Health Leaders, MedPage Today, Modern Healthcare and Medscape. Having addressed national and international audiences on physician wellness issues for many years, Dr. Price is a staunch advocate of practical steps towards systemic change aimed at reducing burnout in our health care workforce.

Jennifer Ard, RN, BSN
Jennifer Ard, RN, BSN
Clinical Director of Primary Care and Core of Care
Whole Foods Market
Jennifer Ard, RN, BSN
Clinical Director of Primary Care and Core of Care
Whole Foods Market

From 2015 to present she has been a part of developing a self-funded medical insurance plan for Whole Foods Market. From the beginning, this plan was created from the perspective of the clinical provider and patient relationship. This position also kept her involved in the delivery of primary care as the Clinical Director of the Primary Care Program. By keeping the member experience at the core of care, she has been able to support the development of a plan that values the primary care experience while exploring ways to layer the most needed and effective services to support the primary care provider’s treatment plan. This approach has proven cost effective and provides a partnership between employers, members, providers, and vendors for plan management, which creates win-win opportunities for all. She is passionate about patient advocacy from a care team perspective and brings an understanding of the patient experience to the development of an insurance plan.

Jessica Lyons, MS, LMFT
Jessica Lyons, MS, LMFT
Clinical Advisor
Mirah
Jessica Lyons, MS, LMFT
Clinical Advisor
Mirah

Jessica Lyons is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with two decades of clinical practice experience. An Adjunct Professor at the University of New Hampshire, she is also co-founder of Aloft Integrated Wellness, LLC. Aloft, which was nominated for the 2023 National Small Business of The Year Innovation award, successfully implemented one of the first pediatric and adolescent collaborative care programs in the country.

A frequent presenter, Jessica is a nationally recognized expert in the Collaborative Care Model (CoCM) and mental healthcare innovation. She is a Clinical Advisor to Mirah.

Rene Villarreal
Rene Villarreal
Lead Director of National Value-Based Case Strategy and Innovation
Aetna (a CVS Health Company)
Rene Villarreal
Lead Director of National Value-Based Case Strategy and Innovation
Aetna (a CVS Health Company)
Laura Fox, MPH
Laura Fox, MPH
Director of Payment Innovation
Blue Shield of California
Laura Fox, MPH
Director of Payment Innovation
Blue Shield of California

Laura Fox, MPH is the Director of Payment Innovation for Blue Shield of California.  In her role on the Provider Performance, Quality, and Affordability team Laura leads a team to design, build, test, and scale innovative ways to appropriately reward and incentivize providers to deliver care that is “worthy of our family and friends and is sustainably affordable.” The Payment Innovation team has designed and launched over 18 value-based payment models for primary care and specialty care services that are scaling throughout the state of California. 

Laura is coming up on her 8-year anniversary with Blue Shield of California. Prior to her current role at Blue Shield as the Director of Chronic Disease Prevention for the Baltimore City Health Department leading programs aimed at improving health outcomes for Baltimore City residents.  

Laura holds a master’s in public health From Johns Hopkins University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Brandeis University. 

Lisa Rotenstein, MD MBA MSc
Lisa Rotenstein, MD MBA MSc
Director of the Physicians Foundation Center for Physician Experience and Practice Excellence
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Lisa Rotenstein, MD MBA MSc
Director of the Physicians Foundation Center for Physician Experience and Practice Excellence
Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Dr. Lisa Rotenstein is a primary care physician (PCP), researcher, and operational leader. She is an Assistant Professor of Medicine, Medical Director of Ambulatory Quality and Safety, and Primary Care Physician at UCSF Health. She additionally serves as the Director of the Physicians Foundation and Brigham and Women’s Hospital Center for Physician Experience and Practice Excellence. Previously, she served as an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Medical Director of Population Health at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, where she oversaw ambulatory quality and integrated behavioral health for BWH’s 150,000+ patients across sixteen practices.

Dr. Rotenstein’s research focuses on enhancing outpatient care delivery, the clinician experience, and the intersection of the electronic health record with these issues. Her research and writing have been published in JAMA, JAMA Internal Medicine, The New England Journal of Medicine, The Harvard Business Review, and more. She has presented her work to the National Academy of Medicine, Department of Health and Human Services leadership, and the Office of the Surgeon General.

Dr. Rotenstein was named a 2021 STAT Wunderkind, a 2022 Modern Healthcare Top 25 Emerging Leader, and the 2022 Society of General Internal Medicine New England Region Investigator of the Year.

David Duong, MD, MPH
David Duong, MD, MPH
Director of the Program in Global Primary Care and Social Change
Harvard Medical School
David Duong, MD, MPH
Director of the Program in Global Primary Care and Social Change
Harvard Medical School
Eyal Kedar, MD
Eyal Kedar, MD
Medical Director of Clinical and Rural Health Research
St. Lawrence Health
Eyal Kedar, MD
Medical Director of Clinical and Rural Health Research
St. Lawrence Health

Eyal Kedar, MD is the Medical Director of Clinical and Rural Health Research at St. Lawrence Health in New York. As the sole rheumatologist for a large rural area in the North Country region of New York, he developed a connective tissue disease-associated interstitial lung disease (CTD-ILD) clinic to meet the needs of his patients. His combined rheumatology/ILD skillset has enabled him to continue to serve as one of the members of St. Lawrence Health’s inpatient COVID-19 treatment team. He is a member of the ACTIV-1 writing team and is a regular contributor to The Daily Yonder. His work and research are focused on the delivery of complex and rare disease care in rural areas.
St. Lawrence Health’s Department of Clinical and Rural Health Research was the recipient of the New York State Association for Rural Health’s Outstanding Rural Health Program of the Year in 2022.

Steve Holloway, MPH
Steve Holloway, MPH
Branch Director, Health Access Branch
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Steve Holloway, MPH
Branch Director, Health Access Branch
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

Steve Holloway is an experienced public health professional, professor, and board member serving organizations with a public and community health focus. He is currently serving as the Director of the Health Access Branch at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, a position he has held since October 2011. Additionally, he is an Adjunct Professor at the Graduate School of Social Work at the University of Denver, where he teaches courses on mental health and substance use policy, social determinants of health, and public policy. 

Steve has a Master of Public Health from Emory University, a Graduate Certificate in Maternal and Child Health from the University of Arizona, and a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Colorado. He has also completed several fellowships in health policy, informatics and leadership including the Advanced Leadership Training Program of the Regional Institute for Health and Environmental Leadership.

In addition to his professional and academic roles, Holloway serves on several boards and commissions, including the Health Workforce Cabinet of Governor Polis, the Rural Provider Access and Affordability Stimulus Advisory Committee, the Colorado Primary Care Collaborative, the Institutional Review Board for Human Subjects Research at the health department, and he formally served by appointment of the US Secretary on Health and Human Services on a commission for the analysis of the health professional workforce. Steve is also the Chairman of the Board at the Sewall Child Development Center in Denver, a member of the Master of Health Administration Advisory Board at the Metropolitan State University of Denver, and an advisor to the Center for Health Workforce Studies at the State University of New York.

Priscilla Wang, MD MPH
Priscilla Wang, MD MPH
Associate Medical Director for Primary Care Health Equity
Mass General Brigham
Priscilla Wang, MD MPH
Associate Medical Director for Primary Care Health Equity
Mass General Brigham

Priscilla Wang, MD MPH is a primary care physician at Massachusetts General Hospital and Associate Medical Director for Primary Care Health Equity at Mass General Brigham (MGB) in the Office of the Chief Medical Officer, leading system efforts to close clinical disparities via its United Against Racism campaign. Her work seeks to address inequities in health care, via structural interventions (particularly complex care interventions) that target systemic drivers of health disparities. She has previously served as Clinical Lead for MGB’s Medicaid ACO Community Partners and ED Navigator programs supporting vulnerable and complex patient populations, cofounded national patient advocacy campaigns to promote access to health care, and advised health policy work in the U.S. Office of Health Reform and the U.S. Office of the Surgeon General. She completed her MD at the Yale School of Medicine, MPH at the Harvard School of Public Health, and residency and fellowship training at Mass General Brigham.

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2024 Partners

Knowledge Partners
Carelon Health

Carelon Health is an integrated care delivery system that harnesses the power of teamwork to address whole-health needs. Focusing on prevention and highly coordinated care, its innovative clinical model and value-based approach to managing complex chronic disease proactively addresses the physical, behavioral, and social drivers of its patients. Recognized for clinical outcomes above the national average, Carelon Health has expanded to 14 states as well as the District of Columbia, and serves over 100,000 Medicare Advantage and Medicaid patients. To learn more, go to www.carelonhealth.com and follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and Facebook @carelonhealth.

Hello Heart

Hello Heart is the digital leader in preventive heart health. We provide members with a connected device and AI-driven digital coaching app. Through human-centric design, members receive actionable insights around healthy eating, activity, and can track key heart metrics like blood pressure and cholesterol unique to each person and consistent with clinical guidelines. By building a habit of monitoring heart health, members create sustained lifestyle changes. Validated in peer-reviewed studies, Hello Heart members achieve significant reductions in blood pressure over a sustained period. Founded in 2013, Hello Heart is a member of the American Heart Association’s Innovators’ Network and trusted by leading Fortune 1000 employers, national health plans and pharmacy benefit managers. Visit www.helloheart.com for more information.

Mirah

Mirah is revolutionizing behavioral healthcare by bridging the gap between data and action. Beyond simply measuring progress, Mirah helps foster a collaborative care ecosystem where providers, patients, and communities work hand-in-hand. Our robust platform empowers data-driven decision-making, drives patient engagement, and unlocks the power of analytics to prove and improve behavioral health outcomes. Sustainable change, however, demands more than tech. That’s why partnering with Mirah includes custom implementation plans and ongoing support for collaborative care. This approach empowers organizations of all sizes to advance effective, integrated behavioral healthcare – ensuring positive change for both individuals and populations.

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WellSky

WellSky is one of America’s largest and most innovative healthcare technology companies leading the movement for intelligent, coordinated care. Our solutions seamlessly integrate acute and post-acute EHR data, offering comprehensive insights into the entire patient journey for providers, physicians, payers, and ACOs. These solutions empower healthcare professionals to streamline and enhance the coordination of patient care, enabling them to closely monitor and manage patients as they progress through the continuum.

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Navina

Navina is a primary-care focused AI platform that transforms fragmented patient data into actionable insights at the point of care, reducing physician burden and improving value-based outcomes. Navina uses medically informed AI to read and interpret complex data from EHRs, HIE, labs, discharge notes, imaging results, claims, and more to create a concise, complete, and timely patient health profile, allowing clinicians to assess and act on their patient’s health status in the moment of care. Privia Health, Tampa General Hospital, and Millennium Physician Group are among some of the leading value-based organizations leveraging Navina’s AI platform to transform primary care. The company was named to the CB Insights AI 100 list of most innovative artificial intelligence companies in the world for 2023 and the Digital Health 50 list.

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Hosting Partner
Wellinks

Wellinks excels in partnering with value-based primary care teams to manage COPD and chronic conditions through a specialized approach. Our model integrates virtual pulmonary rehab and tailored clinical coaching, enhancing self-management and overall well-being. Recognized by leading healthcare teams, Wellinks commits to elevating care quality and cost-efficiency, backed by a unique pay-for-performance guarantee. This assurance reflects our confidence in delivering measurable improvements in patient health outcomes, aligning with the goals of innovative care providers. For more information, visit wellinks.com

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