Primary care has moved over time from solo practices and small groups to being vertically integrated into hospital systems or horizontally integrated into corporate groups, a trend that is being accelerated by the financial pressure from the impact of COVID-19 on primary care practices. At the same time, new primary care models are emerging such as at-risk primary care groups, concierge services, telemedicine and retail-based models. More will be demanded from primary care practices as the country emerges from the pandemic and as its citizens continue to age to provide better preventative care for patients. More than ever, payer, provider and life science organizations have the opportunity to provide more continuous health care through multi-channel platforms in order to optimally meet the needs of those they serve. The goal of this Work Group is to develop templates for operating primary care practices across sites based on the type of provider and patient population that optimizes use of new technologies and leverages the skills of the entire health care workforce.
Gaurov Dayal, MD , President, New Markets and Chief Growth Officer, ChenMed
Rebekah Gee, MD, CEO, LSU Health - Health Care Services Division (HCSD)
Michael Anderes, Inception Health, Froedtert Health
Chris Cigarran, Imagine Health
Gaurov Dayal, MD, ChenMed
Rebekah Gee, MD, LSU Health - Health Care Services Division (HCSD)
Joshua Golomb, Hazel Health
Vinod Khosla, Khosla Ventures
Chris Miller, Paladina Health
Shawn Morris, Privia Health
Tim Petrikin, CityLife Health
Deb Rice-Johnson, Highmark Inc.
Katherine Ryder, Maven Clinic
Jaewon Ryu, MD, Geisinger Health System
Lynn Simon, MD, Community Health Systems, Inc.
Sara Vaezy, Providence St. Joseph Health
John Woolley, Hatfield Medical Group
Felicity Yost, Tia Inc