Dr. Grundy has built his career as a trusted ambassador for comprehensive, coordinated patient-centered care and by serving as a voice for a variety of stakeholders to motivate health transformation - and he will continue to be a catalyst for healthcare innovation.
DENVER (PRWEB) February 28, 2018
Paul Grundy, MD, MPH FACOEM FACPM, the "godfather" of the Patient Centered Medical Home movement and member of the Institute of Medicine, was hired by HealthTeamWorks as the Global Director of Healthcare Transformation. Paul joins the organization from IBM where he served as Chief Medical Officer for IBM's Healthcare and Life Sciences Industry and developed strategies on transformation initiatives in the healthcare industry.
"Dr. Grundy has built his career as a trusted ambassador for comprehensive, coordinated patient-centered care and by serving as a voice for a variety of stakeholders to motivate health transformation," said HealthTeamWorks' CEO Bert Miuccio. "Paul will continue to be a catalyst for national and global healthcare innovation as well as for transformation by working with our partners to improve the performance of medical practices, integrated delivery networks, and healthcare communities to provide better care, improve patient and provider experience, and to lower costs."
Dr. Grundy will play an important role in motivating health transformation and will continue to focus on both domestic and international health system reform with HealthTeamWorks' business partners, such as IBM to share in the mission to support the ongoing efforts to build transformational relationships on both a national and a global level.
"I am truly excited to join HealthTeamWorks, a little non-profit doing big work," Grundy stated. "Over the years, I have had the pleasure to work with HealthTeamWorks and I look forward to continuing my work with this team to elevate primary care as foundational to health system transformation as well as concentrating my efforts on driving comprehensive, linked, and integrated healthcare."
Dr. Grundy will continue to serve as a director of the ACGME, the body responsible for accrediting graduate medical training programs. Paul is the founding President of the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative; he was fundamental in creating it in early 2006 and is still active in its work. He is also an adjunct professor at the University of Utah Department of Family and Preventive Medicine and University of California San Francisco Department of Family and Community Medicine.
HealthTeamWorks is a Colorado-based non-profit that delivers healthcare transformation strategies and resources to practices, groups, and networks nationwide and abroad. With more than 20 years of healthcare transformation experience, our approach fosters sustainable improvement for organizations to succeed in today's changing healthcare environment, which is becoming more regulated, expensive, and complicated to navigate.