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With 2 Hours to Go, Only One Vote Separates 5th and 6th Place in the Primary Care Challenge

PCC Voting Ends Today

Top FIVE Will Present at HMS on Sep. 16

Reserve your ticket for the final “pitch-off” at Harvard Medical School on September 16

Current Competition Standings

Submitted ByInstitutionTitleVotes
Cole Zanetti, DONH Dartmouth Family Medicine ResidencyPositive Deviance, a value based approach to patient engagement in primary care.101 
John Moore, MD, PhDTwine – Collaborative Care Platform for Primary Care – Empowering Patients through Apprenticeship74 
Ajay Kohli,Drexel University College of MedicineHeart Failure 2.063 
Howard Haft, MD,MMM,CPE,FACPEShah AssociatesUsing Natural Language Processing (NLP) to Improve Quality Metric Data Capture60 
Gina Luciano, MDTraining Tomorrow’s Primary Care Physician59 
Howard Libman, MDBeth Israel Deaconess Medical CenterExtended Continuous Ambulatory Training for Primary Care Residents58 
Michael Barness, MD“Mental Health Day”: A Synergistic Approach to Mental Health Issues49 
Rick Cuddihy, MDziPede: a better way to communicate your care to your patients36 
Amber Pincavage, MDEngineering Patient-Oriented Clinic Handoffs in Primary Care (EPOCH)34 
Judy Fleishman, PhDCambridge Health AllianceMultidisciplinary process improvement teams as drivers of improvement transformation30 
Theodore Long, MDNeighborhood Health Stations: Building community and transforming healthcare in Rhode Island27 
Joe Weidner, MDHealth MirrorImproved clinical quality measures through multimedia patient education in the examination room26 
Zev Schuman-Olivier, MDCambridge Health AllianceIntegrating Mindfulness into the Patient-Centered Medical Home (MINDFUL-PC)25 
Kyle Knierim, MDUniversity of Colorado Health SystemWalking patients through the depression pathway: speeding recovery with integrated care.24 
Diana Wohler,Harvard Medical School/Cambridge Health AllianceWelcome to the U.S. Health Care System: Shared Medical Visits for Recent Immigrant Families22 
Lisa Rotenstein,A Coordination Dashboard for High Risk Patients20 
Anne De Groot, MDClinica Esperanza/Hope ClinicCHEER: Nurse-run Walk In Healthcare for the Uninsured19 
Catherine Chen, MDFresh Medicine18 
Maggie Reinsvold,Community-Students Together Against Healthcare Racism (C-STAHR): Community-Based Research and Action18 
Nathan Handley, MDUCSF, Stroll HealthUsing Price Transparency Tools at the Point of Care to Enhance Shared Decision Making16 
Richard Lu, MDPri-MedInLight: The Rebirth of the Problem Oriented Medical Record11 
Bridget O’Brien,Title: Introduce ultrasound to primary care to enhance and expedite accurate diagnosis11 
Marjorie Rosenthal, MD, MPHGroup Well Child Care in Residency Practice10 
Jessica Jeffrey, MD. MPH, MBAUCLA FOCUS Behavioral Health Check-Up9 
R. Scott Hammond, MDDevelopment and Implementation of “The Patient Profile” – A health literacy assessment tool8 
Davis Liu, MDA framework to make 200 primary care doctors lives better8 
Rebecca Andrews, MD, MSConnecticut Institute for Primary Care InnovationTeaching Teamwork Through Toys8 
Holly Dahlman, MD, FACPGreen Spring Internal Medicine, LLCSmall PCMH: 3 Issues, 3 Aims8 
Keron Magness, MDPush Health: Virtual Primary Care Tool Kit8 
Terence McAllister, MDPerformance PediatricsPediatric Primary-Care Micropractice6 
Randy Pardue, MDBehavior change for disease prevention and reversal6 
Yvette Yeung, MDUltimate Preventative Care through Promotion of Physician Exercise and Activism6 
Julien Pham, MD, MPHRubiconMDRubiconMD: Specializing Primary Care6 
Namrata Turaga, MdMyFitnessPal for Mental Health6 
David Joe, MDMEA Medical Clinics13 Primary Care Clinics in Mississippi implementing EHR (EClinicalWorks)5 
Tracei Ball, MDIncreasing Access to Health Care for Patients5 
Matthew Hahn, MDWritten protocols to transform the quality and profitability of any outpatient practice environment5 
Andrew Goldstein, MD, MPHColumbiaEvidenceBase5 
Tracei Ball, MDRemoving Treatment Barriers for Specific Populations of Patients4 
Vishal Mehta, MDFox Valley Orthopaedic InstituteHealthy-TXT: Transforming Doctor – Patient Communication to Improve Health4 
Michael Neuwirth, MDCarle Foundation Hospital, Urbana, ILCost Savings and Improved Patient Satisfaction from a Hospital-wide DVT Process3 
sivagurunathan arumugam, MDStreet corner clinics-Prevention is better than cure3 
Nupur Garg, MDAffordable Medical ClinicAffordable Medical Care – Transparency in Health Care3 
Brian McDonough, MDCore Cases: An Interactive Learning Tool For Clinicians2 
Adam Schwarz, MDGetting the Best with Less!2 
Andrew Goldstein, MD, MPHColumbiaHealthPAC2 
Suthipong Soontrapa, MDTexas Tech University Health Sciences CenterComprehensive Guideline-Based Primary Prevention Reminder2 
torooti mwirigi, MDEMED SolutionsASKADOC2 
Calvin Maestro Jr., MDPatient Accountability1 
Tom Fowler,Epic SystemsAn interactive medical application to aid history taking and facilitate diagnostic support1 
Avin Agarwal, B.E.uber Diagnostics Private LimitedCardioTrack – Heart Monitoring for the Last Mile1 
torooti mwirigi, MDEMED SolutionsEMED1 
Rick Cancelliere,TreatspaceLink Primary Care doctors with their “preferred network” of specialists with integrated web software0 

James Ryan

    Jim Ryan has spent the past 20 years building global markets for US-based telecommunications and enterprise technology companies. Mr. Ryan exited five startups (2 IPOs, 2 acquisitions, 1 Chapter 11) and now uses his expertise as one of the three founding partners of Farpoint Ventures helping startups from the US quickly build global sales channels and bring in revenues from overseas markets. Mr. Ryan has closed over $1B in export business for startups.Mr. Ryan holds a Bachelor's degree from Harvard University and a Master's degree from Osaka University. He is a native speaker of Japanese, and is conversational in Mandarin Chinese and French.In between meetings, he has climbed Mt. Rainier three times, finished the Boston Marathon and Cape Cod Marathon, climbed Mt. Washington in all four seasons and hiked to the bottom of the Grand Canyon 10 times. He holds a Private Pilot license and enjoys flying his Cessna 172 around New England and beyond.

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