Interview with Jeff Levin-Scherz

Jeff Levin-Scherz, CMO, One Medical Center, & Assistant Professor, Harvard School of Public Health
Until March, Jeff was Chief Medical Officer of Atrius Health, a Pioneer ACO. Atrius is the largest medical group in Boston formed from Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates and five other large groups. Before 2007, he has had the same role at the physician arm of Partners Healthcare, so we couldn’t find someone who knew more about putting together large physician practices into ACOs. Now Jeff is the brand new Chief Medical Officer of venture backed primary care group, One Medical–which is ironically confusing because Atrius used to be called, SystemOne.

The Future of ACOs

Jeff Levin-Scherz, CMO, One Medical Group & Assistant Professor, Harvard School of Public Health
Joe Kvedar, Director, Center for Connected Health, Partners Healthcare
Rushika Fernandopulle, President, Iora Health
The last year has brought a lot of buzz around Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs).  But how are they going to manage those patient populations and coordinate care?  And what technologies will they need to succeed?  We’ve brought together three experts from Boston, a mecca of Pioneer ACOs.

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Interview with Jeff Levin-Scherz

Jeff Levin-Scherz, CMO, One Medical Center, & Assistant Professor, Harvard School of Public Health Until March, Jeff was Chief Medical Officer of Atrius Health, a Pioneer ACO. Atrius is the largest medical group in Boston formed from Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates and five other large groups. Before 2007, he has had the same role at the physician arm of Partners Healthcare, so we couldn’t find someone who knew more about putting together large physician practices int ...
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The Future of ACOs

Jeff Levin-Scherz, CMO, One Medical Group & Assistant Professor, Harvard School of Public Health Joe Kvedar, Director, Center for Connected Health, Partners Healthcare Rushika Fernandopulle, President, Iora Health The last year has brought a lot of buzz around Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs).  But how are they going to manage those patient populations and coordinate care?  And what technologies will they need to succeed?  We've b ...