Leading multidisciplinary teams
Program design, implementation and evaluation
Development of workflows
Medical care of vulnerable and marginalized people
Education of medical trainees
Lead all primary care operations for an innovative, integrated health plan and delivery network with over $1 billion in annual revenue.
Set organizational strategy and oversee growth and quality of internal and contracted primary care practices, serving over 100,000 members.
Serve as Medical Director, responsible for design, implementation and evaluation, of pilot primary care site focused on Medicare/Medicaid dual-eligible and other high-risk members in Downtown Los Angeles.
Supervise and mentor providers and staff, develop clinical workflows, provide patient care and ensure integration of primary care with other components of the CareMore model.
Lead organization-wide quality improvement efforts with a focus on preventive health and member experience.
Completed the premier health policy, management and leadership fellowship for American physicians, graduating six months early.
Led multiple academic research projects and teams, all focused on organizational performance of primary care and safety-net providers. Investigated the impact of pay-for-performance programs on quality of care provided by safety-net providers, physician incentives within Accountable Care Organizations and characteristics of high-value primary care providers.
Taught UCLA Internal Medicine residents in health policy and served as preceptor in their primary care practice at Venice Family Clinic.
Completed comprehensive training in inpatient and ambulatory medicine, behavioral health, epidemiology, community-oriented primary care and human rights in residency program focused on the care of vulnerable and marginalized people.
Provided primary care, including integrated HIV and substance abuse care, for a panel of over five hundred patients at the Comprehensive Health Care Center, a Federally-Qualified Health Center in the South Bronx.
Supervised residents and interns on the inpatient wards, cared for patients at Riker's Island Correctional Health Services, performed asylum evaluations for survivors of torture and served as director for Kisoro District Hospital, Uganda.
Recruited from Harvard Medical School to help lead the design of Meaningful Use regulations at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
Engaged stakeholders from across the health care sector, designed regulations to define “meaningful use” of electronic health records, performed detailed analyses of public comments on proposed regulations and guided HHS senior leadership on health information technology during passage of the Affordable Care Act.
Led biology department and taught classes of over one hundred eighth-grade students at the Escola Secundaria de Nametil in rural northern Mozambique.
Designed and implemented an integrated biology-health curriculum that serves as model for current Peace Corps volunteers.
Represented volunteers and advised Peace Corps staff on the National Volunteer Advisory Committee.
California Medical License, Medical Board of California
Certification for prescription of buprenorphine, DEA
Board certified in Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine
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