About This Session
Polls show that trust in the U.S. health care system is eroding. The current COVID-19 pandemic, economic recession and increased activism around racial injustice further underscores the importance of fostering strong community partnerships to improve health. ACHP has joined ABIM Foundation’s multi-stakeholder Building Trust initiative to elevate the importance of trust as an essential organizing principle to guide operations and improvements in health care. Join us for a panel discussion featuring ACHP member leaders actively working together with community leaders to promote health and health equity. Moderated by ABIM Foundation’s Daniel Wolfson, lead for the Building Trust Initiative.
Senior Director, Clinical Pharmacy Management
Company/Employment: Fallon Health
Bio: As Sr. Director Clinical Pharmacy Management, Ben oversees all pharmacy benefits offered at Fallon Health including Commercial self & fully insured, Exchange, Medicaid ACO, Special Needs Plans, Medicare HMO in Massachusetts and PACE in MA & NY. Ben has over 8 years of experience within Managed Care mainly focused on government programs for the underserved. He received his PharmD in 2010 from the University of Rhode Island as well as his Master’s in Business Administration and concentration in Business Analytics in 2019. Ben continually works to create new innovative ways for improving health outcomes especially focused on adherence and transitions of care. He enjoys leveraging data to identify new opportunities and collaborating with cross-function clinical groups to execute Fallon’s vision for pharmacy care. Outside of work, he most enjoys spending time with his family and sightseeing around New England.
Scott Bohon, MD
Behavioral Health Medical Director
Company/Employment: SSM Health
Bio: Dr. Bohon is the Behavioral Health Medical Director at SSM Health in Madison, WI. He has served as a clinician for over 30 years, with a focus on Adult Mental Health and Psychopharmacology He obtained his undergraduate degree from Lawrence University in Appleton, WI and his medical degree from the University of Chicago in Chicago, IL. He completed his internship and residency in psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh - Western Psychiatric Institute in Pittsburgh, PA. Dr. Bohon is board certified in psychiatry and geriatric psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He is also a member of the American Medical Association and the American Psychiatric Association. Dr. Bohon's practice is focused on adult psychopharmacology and geriatric psychiatry. He is passionate about provision of exemplary psychiatric care to all patients and interested in the development of psychiatric delivery to the community.
Julia Joseph-Di Caprio, MD
Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer
Bio: Dr. Joseph-Di Caprio leads the Medical Director, Clinical Services, Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Services, Pharmacy, and Quality Management and Population Health departments. Her extensive professional career in the Twin Cities community includes 22 years at Hennepin County Medical Center (now Hennepin Healthcare System) where she began as a Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine Specialist and advanced to several physician leadership roles, including Chief of Pediatrics. Joseph-Di Caprio also has been a Medical Director for Medica, Senior Medical Director of Care Management for HealthEast, and most recently Fairview Health Services Medical Leader, Connected Care. Community service is a hallmark of Joseph-Di Caprio’s career. She serves on the Boards of Directors for University of Minnesota Physicians and Planned Parenthood North Central States, and has served on the Boards of the Loppet Foundation, Minnesota Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Bridge for Youth and the Minneapolis Medical Research Foundation. Joseph-Di Caprio has been a Diversity Climate Expert Panelist for the University of MN Medical School, and is a member of the Health Equity Advisory Council for MN Community Measurement. She is a long-time Assistant Professor for the University of Minnesota Department of Pediatrics. Joseph-Di Caprio has a B.S. in Physiology from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec Canada, an M.D. from the University of Illinois, and a Master’s degree in Public Health from the University of Minnesota.
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Company/Employment: ABIM Foundation
Bio: Daniel Wolfson is the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the ABIM Foundation, a not-for-profit foundation focused on advancing medical professionalism and physician leadership to improve the health care system. Mr. Wolfson has been instrumental in leading the Choosing Wisely® campaign (www.choosingwisely.org), a multi-year effort that has engaged more than 80 specialty societies to promote conversations between clinicians and patients about utilizing the most appropriate tests and treatments and avoiding care that may be unnecessary and could cause harm. Mr. Wolfson was previously the President and CEO of the Alliance of Community Health Plans, where he spearheaded the creation of the Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS). Prior to that, he was the Director of Planning and Research at the Fallon Community Health Plan. During that time, he led the product development team that launched the first Medicare risk contract. Mr. Wolfson received his master’s degree in health services administration from the University of Michigan School of Public Health.