Amanda Klockars-McMullen, Ph.D., RN, CPHQ, has been appointed vice president, Population Health and Value-based Care.
In this role, Dr. Klockars-McMullen will lead population health efforts in our work to transform from a health system to a system that delivers health to our community. She will be instrumental in understanding and implementing risk contracts with payers and ensuring that our care delivery systems are designed to improve quality and decrease cost.
Dr. Klockars-McMullen will remain in her previous role as leader of Ambulatory Quality Initiatives.
She has more than 20 years of health care experience, and is a certified professional in Healthcare Quality. She leads the strategic and tactical elements of performance improvement and works to ensure advancement in clinical and operational effectiveness while supporting patient and family advocacy efforts. Her background includes leadership roles in quality, performance improvement, patient safety, regulatory, accreditation, operations management and risk management.
Dr. Klockars-McMullen earned her bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Villanova University and her master’s degree in Nursing from the University of Delaware with a clinical nurse specialist focus in Women’s Health and Perinatal Care. She then earned her Ph.D. in Nursing at Villanova University which included a focus on research and academic development.
She reports to Christine Donohue-Henry, M.D., MBA, chief population health officer.