Primary care is plagued by the duad of provider burnout coupled with patient satisfaction challenges. This is because the dominant primary care paradigm continues to revolve around antiquated fee-for-service practices that drive volume over value. Primary care is increasingly moving from solo practices and small groups to being vertically integrated into hospital systems or horizontally integrated into corporate groups. New primary care models are emerging such as team-based, at-risk, concierge services, virtual care, and retail-based models. The COVID-19 pandemic has acclimatized our citizens to virtual care models, and as a consequence patients will likely demand more patient-centered and alternative models in the future. The goal of this Work Group is to develop a model for primary care delivery for the future that puts the patient first, is team based, and assumes that care happens wherever convenient for the patient as a default, with an aim toward same-day appointments.
Gaurov Dayal, MD , President & COO, Everside Health
Rebekah Gee, MD, CEO, LSU Health - Health Care Services Division (HCSD)
Peter Antall, Chief Medical Officer, Amwell
Amir Bacchus, MD, Chief Medical Officer, P3 Health Partners
Nick Loporcaro, CEO, Landmark Health
Mark Shaver, SVP Strategy, Welltower
Peter Antall, Amwell
Amir Bacchus, MD, P3 Health Partners
Hernando Celada, ChenMed
Norman Chenven, MD, Austin Regional Clinic
Gaurov Dayal, MD, Everside Health
Scott Farr, Pediatric Associates
Steve Greene, ChenMed
Sachin Jain, MD, SCAN Health Plan
Andrew Kobylinski, Primary Diagnostics, Inc.
Nick Loporcaro, Landmark Health
Steve Martin, Paxton Advisors, LLC
John Olympitis, Welltower
Misha Palecek, DaVita Inc.
Lynn Simon, MD, Community Health Systems, Inc.
Andrew Watson, MD, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
John Woolley, Hatfield Medical Group
Felicity Yost, Tia Inc