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Governance Council

The Clinical Integration Network Governance Council oversees the strategy and operation of the South Shore Clinical Integration Network (SSCIN). They design and govern clinical integration initiatives designed to better serve patients through improved coordination of care. 

They are accountable for achieving the SSCIN strategic goals for reducing readmissions, returns to the ED within 72 hours, total medical expense, and on improving the patient experience.  They meet once a month to ensure that the SSCIN strategic goals are on track, or if not, what counter measures are needed, or what issues may need to be brought to the HPSO Board. They also ensure a high level of physician engagement in SSCIN improvement projects.

The SSCIN Governance Council is comprised of a wide range of specialties as well as community and hospital staff.

Clinical Integration Governance Council Members

  • James Bezreh, MD, South Shore Radiological Association
  • Brad Sampson, MD, HPSO Board Member,
  • Peter Grape, MD, Harbor Medical Associates
  • Tim Lynch, MD, Atrius Health/South Shore Medical Center
  • Vincent Mangili, MD, HPSO Board Member, South Shore Anesthesiology
  • Luke O'Connell, MD, HPSO Board Member, South Shore Urology
  • John Stevenson, MD, South Shore Hospital Chief Medical Officer
  • John Walsh, MD South Shore Hospital, President Medical Executive Committee
  • Matt Weiss, MD, HPSO Board Member, Vice Chair/Critical Care Medicine, Chair/South Shore Physician Ambulatory
  • Matt Whalen, VP/Executive Director, South Shore Physician Hospital Organization (SSPHO)

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