Data Driven Decisions to Better Serve Your Patients
Patrick has over 20 years’ experience in community health center leadership. He began his FQHC experience as CFO at Columbia Basin Health Association, served as COO at Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic, then served as CEO of Columbia Valley Community Health. He currently serves as President and CEO of Community Clinic Contracting Network (CCCN), a health center-controlled managed services organization. CCCN manages value-based contracts for 7 community health centers and over 200,000 lives throughout Washington. CCCN also provides informatics consulting to enable community health centers to make data-driven decisions regarding operations, quality, and finance. [He holds a BA in accounting from Portland University.]
Neel is a co-founder and CEO of Cohort Intelligence. He and is team is focused on Care Management solutions that unlock the keys to Value Based Care. He worked previously with his co-founder Rick Toren to develop population health analytics based on Clinical AI/NLP which were deployed at a number of the largest healthcare systems in the country. Previous Neel helped build and scale multiple companies as an entrepreneur and venture capitalist. He started his career as a researcher at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory for five years focused on AI and Machine Learning research.
As Director of Customer Success at SyncTimes, Andrew assists health centers across the country to decrease cycle times, and thereby improve the patient experience. He works with clinical staff and health care professionals, analyzing data to identify where improvements can be made to decrease patient time in the clinic, improve staff satisfaction, and increase patient access to quality health care.
Having experience in accounting, software and e-commerce, Andrew believes that data driven decisions are the quickest way to improving processes and work flows in any industry. He has co-founded SyncTimes to bring positive changes to the way we approach patient centered care.