Interview with Joe Kvedar

Joe Kvedar, Director, Center for Connected Health
Deep within Partners HealthCare, Joe has been creating a new model of healthcare delivery by moving care from the hospital or doctor’s office into the day-to-day lives of patients. In his spare time he also co-founded Healthrageous, a personalized health technology company based on the technology developed at the Center. Joe has probably already published a study on most of the innovative ideas you’ll ever have, two years before you have them. It’s okay – just go with it and the next time you think, “wouldn’t it be cool if…” search ‘Kvedar’ on PUBMED and save yourself some serious R&D.

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 Joe Kvedar

Joe Kvedar, Director, Center for Connected Health Deep within Partners HealthCare, Joe has been creating a new model of healthcare delivery by moving care from the hospital or doctor’s office into the day-to-day lives of patients. In his spare time he also co-founded Healthrageous, a personalized health technology company based on the technology developed at the Center. Joe has probably already published a study on most of the innovative ideas you’ll ever have, two years be ...
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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 ...