Experienced Veterans Accelerating Growth and Shaping the Future of Patient Care
San Diego, August 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Health Center Partners (HCPs) for Southern CaliforniaThe preeminent authority in the region and advocate for health care policy for community health and underserved patient populations today announced that Raj Dugel, MD, has acquired its subsidiary, Integrated Health Partners of Southern California (IHP) is a clinically integrated network of 9 member health centers with 300,000 lives under management. San Diego When Riverside county. As a strong advocate for primary care services her providers and their patients, IHP aims to improve health outcomes by improving the quality of care by coordinating and integrating the efforts of member health her centers. I’m here. Dr. Dugel will provide clinical and population care leadership working with IHP’s member medical centers. San Diego When Riverside county. As part of this key role, he will apply his expertise in clinical medicine, medical informatics and network development to enhance the clinical operations of health centers and ultimately improve the quality of care and health outcomes.
“Health Center Partners is proud and delighted to welcome Raj to our family business. Henry TuttlePresident and CEO, Health Center Partners Southern California“We are excited to work with Raj to create innovative pathways of care for 300,000 patients and their families to help them stay healthy.
Dr. Dugel brings extensive experience in clinical medicine, medical informatics, network development, managed care, value-based care/payment, and administrative leadership to his role at IHP. Previously, he was Head of the Department of Ophthalmology and Optometry and was Regional Assistant He was Medical Director at Providence Health & Services in the United States. Los AngelesDr. Dugel is also an epic informaticist who is a Senior Systems Level Physician.
before joining the company providenceDr. Dugel founded and led a major eye clinic in the South Bay area. Los AngelesDuring his long clinical career, Dr. Dugel has negotiated and managed at-risk contracts covering up to 120,000 lives in human head models. He is also a clinical trial principal investigator, USC Faculty.
Dr. Dugel received a medical degree. Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons of New Yorkfollowed by an internship USC– Los Angeles County Medical Center, Eye Residency Georgetown University of washington dcCorneal Transplant Fellowship USC-Doheny Eye Foundation Los AngelesAs a board-certified ophthalmologist, he has been widely published and has been featured in numerous community magazines and cable television programs in the South Bay area of Los Angeles.
“I am excited about my new role and this incredible new chapter at IHP, and I am excited to use my background to advance the health care of all member health centers and the patients entrusted to their care. We look forward to improving the quality of care outcomes,” comments Dr. Dugel.
About Health Center Partners
A premier consortium of primary health care organizations, Health Center Partners (HCP) is the voice and advocate of its members serving the health needs of communities across the South. CaliforniaWe act as a catalyst for primary care transformation and strengthening by helping our members provide quality health care to the safety net population of the South. California, through innovative programs, resources and advocacy. A family of companies, HCP includes 17 membership organizations of federally accredited health centres, both urban and sovereign health service organizations in India, and Planned Parenthood in the Pacific Southwest, serving 848,000 people each year. non-overlapping patients, visiting 3.4 million patients each.2019, at 192 training grounds nationwide San Diego, Riverside, Imperial, san bernardinoWhen orange It is the 7th largest provider group in the region. For more information, visit https://hcpsocal.org/, fan us on Facebook, or follow us on Instagram. twitter.
SOURCE Health Center Partners of Southern California