Ewa M. Matuszewski

Ewa M. Matuszewski is the CEO and a co-founder of MedNetOne Health Solutions and a champion of innovative primary care and chronic-care initiatives, including the Community Care Travel Team, which received the Eagle Award from the Greater Detroit Area Health Council in 2010. Ms. Matuszewski has a history of leading physicians and their practice teams through change and promotes a vision of patient-centered medicine and a culture of organizational excellence. Areas of expertise include health policy analysis, physician workforce strategies, physician practice environment, primary care team leadership, primary care practice management/governance interface and quality improvement and validation within physician practices.

Ms. Matuszewski consults with medical societies and state, local, national and international healthcare organizations, including the Judson Center, a recent recipient of a CCBHC grant; the Michigan Osteopathic Association; and is a frequent speaker on the Patient Centered Medical Home and ACO initiatives, management of health care innovation and primary care-based chronic-care programs.

Ms. Matuszewski was a practice mentor with the American Academy of Family Physicians’ Practice Enhancement Forum, a guest lecturer at the Pontiac General Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program, and co-chair of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Physician Group Incentive Program (PGIP) Patient Centered Medical Home Committee. She spearheaded the Mackinac Learning Collaboratives, which propelled the growth and acceptance of the PCMH Model and also the integrated behavioral health model in Michigan. She also served on the URAC PCMH Committee, which created the guidelines for the validation and accreditation of the PCMH.

Ms. Matuszewski is currently engaged in designing a care team curriculum that focuses on palliative care services in primary care. She is also a founding member of Healthcare Partners of Michigan and Principal of Practice Transformation Institute.

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