R-Health Appoints Nancy Meisinger as Vice President of Clinical Performance
R-Health, a leader in innovative healthcare solutions, today announced the company has appointed Nancy Meisinger BSN, CCP, MBA, PCMH CCE, as Vice President of Clinical Performance. Nancy is a recognized leader in clinical data and quality assurance and will lead R-Health’s efforts to continue enhancing the clinical collaboration and sharing of best practices across R-Health’s growing network of primary care providers throughout Southeastern PA and Southern NJ.
R-Health delivers more effective primary care and a better patient experience, while reducing the overall cost of healthcare. R-Health offers two value-based primary care solutions that serve employers, insurance companies, and TPAs: R-Health Direct Primary Care, an innovative membership-based approach to primary care, and R-Health Accountable Care.
“Adding Nancy to our team reinforces our commitment to collaboration, the very best quality, and cost-savings for patients,” said Mason Reiner, R-Health CEO. “Nancy is a renowned expert in implementing new care models and workflows in practices to enhance the patient experience and optimize the quality of care delivered. She will focus on helping our practices leverage data analytics to optimize performance.”
Nancy joins R-Health after most recently serving as the Director of Practice Transformation for the Delaware Valley Accountable Care Organization, which consists of 700 primary care physicians and over 105,000 Medicare beneficiaries.
She is also an external reviewer and faculty member for the Patient Centered Medical Home Recognition Program through the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) and has consulted with the Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physicians. She was also an invited member of an expert panel with Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation on their Comprehensive Primary Care Initiative. Nancy served on the Pennsylvania State Multi-region Steering Committee for the CMS Multi-Payor Advanced Primary Care Practice Demonstration.
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