OPN operations and governance is physician driven, supported by an advisory team composed of executive support and physician leaders from all participating organizations. The 13-member OPN Board of Directors has independent primary care, employed primary care, independent specialty care, employed specialty care and Overlake executive leadership.
OPN Board of Directors:
Steve Marshall, MD, Chair, Emergency Department, Puget Sound Physicians
Allen Geltzer, MD, Vice Chair, Internal Medicine, Overlake Internal Medicine Associates
Jonathan Paley, MD, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Overlake OB/GYN
Kim Witkop, MD, Internal Medicine, Snoqualmie Valley Hospital
Denise Kraft, MD, Primary Care, Eastside Family Medicine Clinic
Pen Hou, MD, Primary Care, Redmond Family Medicine
Tom Chi, MD, Orthopedics, Proliance Surgeons
Anne Bankson, MD, Primary Care, Overlake Medical Clinics Primary Care Hospital Campus
James Kriseman, MD, Primary Care, Overlake Medical Clinics Redmond
Thomas Amidon, MD, Cardiology, Overlake Medical Clinics Cardiology
Abhineet Chowdhary, MD, Neurosurgery, Overlake Neuroscience Institute
David Knoepfler, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Overlake Medical Center
Gary McLaughlin, Chief Financial Officer, Overlake Medical Center
Physicians may be involved in OPN through its committees. These committees and roles include:
Quality and Patient Experience Committee
- Develop and oversee the quality and efficiency of providers participating in OPN.
- Identify and implement new quality measures and policies.
- Develop and oversee the provider monitoring and remediation program.
- Develop and oversee the clinical management forums.
- Develop and oversee OPN’s disease management, utilization management and care management programs.
- Conduct root cause analysis on ambulatory, inpatient and post-acute quality performance and issues.
Network Development and Credentialing Committee
- Oversee OPN recruitment process.
- Develop and oversee participating provider OPN membership criteria.
- Develop and oversee OPN credentialing program.
- Identify areas of opportunity and network development for OPN.
- Collaborate with Overlake on value-added services identification and implementation.
Finance and Contracting Committee
- Develop, recommend, and implement OPN’s budget.
- Develop and oversee the incentives structure and program.
- Develop and recommend strategies for OPN payer contracting.
No, OPN would purchase the population health tool as a capital investment. Currently, OPN leadership is exploring the various technologies in the market and will make a determination based on multiple variables, including connectivity, compliance, user interface and cost. More value-add services to come.