Healthcare Intelligence Network
Accountable Care Organizations
Best Sellers
Behavioral Healthcare
Bundled Payment
Care Coordination
Care Transitions
Case Management
Chronic Care Management
Coming Soon
Community Health
Cultural Diversity
Data Analytics
Diabetes Management
Disease Management
Dual Eligibles
Emergency Medicine
Health Literacy
Health Risk Assessments
Health Risk Stratification
Healthcare Reform
Healthcare Trends
HIN Benchmark Reports
HIN Case Studies
Home Health
Home Visits
Hospital Readmissions
Infection Control
Information Technology
Long-Term Care
Managed Care
Medical Home
Medical Neighborhood
Medical Practice
Medical Records
Medication Adherence
Nurse Management
Palliative Care
Patient Engagement
Patient Experience
Patient Registry
Pay for Performance
Physician Practice Transformation
Physician Organizations
Physician Quality Reporting Initiative
Population Health Management
Post-Acute Care
Predictive Modeling
Quality Improvement
Remote Patient Monitoring
Revenue Cycle Management
Social Health Determinants
Training DVDs
Value-Based Reimbursement
What's New
Subscribe to the Free
'Healthcare Business Weekly Update' e-Newsletter and receive the latest trends, news and analysis in healthcare.

Click here to view this week's issue
Home†>†Disease Management
Primary Care Physicians in Disease Management: An "Old" New Model of Care
Primary Care Physicians in Disease Management: An "Old" New Model of Care
Primary Care Physicians in Disease Management: An 'Old' New Model of Care
Be the first to review this item
Your Price:
Choose Format and Quantity
Audio Conference Format
Add to Wish List

Primary Care Physicians in Disease Management: An "Old" New Model of Care, a November 2, 2005 audio conference on CD-ROM, covers how organizations are enhancing the role of the primary care physician (PCP) in disease management (DM) programs and the results it can have on patient compliance.

Click here to listen to some pre-conference comments from our audio conference presenters.

Increasingly, disease management programs are realizing the importance of the role of the primary care physician in disease management success.

During this 90-minute audio conference on CD-ROM, your expert panel of speakers, Dr. Maureen Mangotich, medical director, provider and community outreach, McKesson Health Solutions and Peter Simpson, president, Segmedica, provide in-depth details on the role of physicians in disease management.

You will get details on:

  • Methods to improve care coordination through the PCP;
  • Tools and resources that work best to educate PCPs;
  • Case studies on programs that enhance the role of the PCP.

You can "attend" this program right in your office and enjoy significant savings Ė no travel time or hassle; no hotel expenses. Itís so convenient! Invite your staff members to listen in.


CEOs, medical directors, disease management directors, managers and coordinators, health plan executives, care management nurses, business development and strategic planning directors.

Here's what participants said about the live program:

"This conference was relevant to our work. It presented research from one presenter and the other presenter explained how similar research is applied to a disease management program. It combined theory with 'how to'," according to Kathleen Carter, RN, BSN, project coordinator, physician office quality improvement team.


Maureen Mangotich, M.D., M.P.H.

Dr. Maureen Mangotich joined McKesson Health Solutions in September 2004 as medical director, provider and community outreach.

In this role, she works closely with McKesson's local medical advisors to develop and grow relationships between the staff of McKesson's Medicaid disease management program and the physicians who treat beneficiaries.

Dr. Mangotich is a board certified internist with over 10 years of disease management experience. She was part of the Value Health Sciences project team that helped Pfizer Inc. establish its wholly owned DM subsidiary, Pfizer Health Solutions (PHS) in 1996. As part of the clinical team for PHS in 1996, she has provided clinical support for DM program design, DM software clinical content development, sales and implementation, and education and training. From 2001-2004 she served as Pfizer's medical director for the Florida First Program, a Pfizer-funded Medicaid fee for service disease management initiative in Florida.

Dr. Mangotich's managed care experience includes medical director positions in regional and national health plans with a focus on quality improvement program design and implementation -- (associate medical director for QI at Health Alliance Plan --1990-1992; corporate medical director for provider quality at Aetna Health Plans --1992-1993. She has been a physician surveyor for NCQA since 1991 and a member of NCQA's Review Oversight Committee since 1999.

Dr. Mangotich completed her internal medicine residency and Masters of Public Health at the University of California, Los Angeles. She received her medical degree from the University of Arizona, a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology from Arizona State University, and an associate degree in nursing from Phoenix College.

Peter Simpson

Peter Simpson is the president of Segmedica, Inc. Most of his career has been spent in the specialty chemical, pharmaceutical, medical device and biotechnology areas. Simpsonís experiences have included the general management of major businesses, CFO of several companies, strategic planning executive for businesses up to $2.5BN of revenue, as well as acquisitions and divestments, all within the precursor units of AstraZeneca. He is a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Management Accountants.

Previously, Simpson was the director of marketing at life technologies Inc., a global supplier to the Biotechnology and Biopharmaceutical industry and vice president of consulting & market research at Lowe Healthcare, one of the world's largest medical advertising agencies.

Simpsonís client experience includes AstraZeneca, Schering Plough, Johnson & Johnson, TAP Pharmaceuticals, Boston Scientific, C R Bard, Pfizer, Merck and many more leading companies. He has also worked with HMOs, hospitals and physiciansí practices.

Simpsonís skills include strategic planning processes, branding issues, healthcare marketing and innovative market research. In over a decade of consulting with the healthcare industry, he has conducted numerous research projects of all types and is an experienced interviewer and facilitator, as well as being a frequent conference speaker and writer of articles.

Listen to some pre-conference comments from our expert presenters:

Peter Simpson, president of Segmedica Inc, defines the three types of physicians his organization has identified after years of psychological research.

Dr. Maureen Mangotich, medical director of provider and community outreach with McKesson Health Solutions, reviews some feedback McKesson has received after new programs to primary care physicians.

Publication Date: November 2, 2005
Number of Pages: 90 minutes of audio on CD-ROM
Frequently Bought Together
New Directions in Disease Management: Medicare- Medicaid, Strategies, Outcomes, ROI
New Directions in Disease Management: Medicare- Medicaid, Strategies, Outcomes, ROI
Your Price: $149.00
View/Hide options
Subtotal $0
Discount(s) [DISCOUNTS]

Apply Coupon

Calculate Shipping

[shipping_city] [shipping_state] [shipping_zip]

Copyright Healthcare Intelligence Network. All Rights Reserved. eCommerce Software by 3dcart.