Ann Lindsay MD is Co-Director of Stanford Coordinated Care (SCC). SCC is capitated for primary care of Stanford employees and adult dependents with complex chronic health conditions. Care is provided through a partnership between patients and families and their multidisciplinary care team including physical therapy, behavioral health, nutrition therapy and clinical pharmacy and primary care. Emphasis is placed on the patient’s own goals, care coordination with specialists, and on helping patients gain the skills to be healthy with whatever conditions they faced with. SCC has developed a dashboard that pulls from EPIC EHR to risk assess patients and identify care gaps and a Team Training Center to share the model of care. She currently serves on the Clinical Advisory Committee for the Pacific Business Group on Health CMMI supported project, Intensive Outpatient Care Program, which seeks to enroll 27,000 patients in three states by 2015.
She is a fellow in the California Health Care Foundation Leadership Program and joined the IHI (Institute for Health Improvement) faculty in October, 2013. Prior to moving to Stanford in 2011, Dr. Lindsay shared a family practice with her husband, Dr Alan Glaseroff, in rural Northern California for 28 years. During this time she served as County Health Officer for 18 years and was active in the leadership of the California Conference of Local Health Officers in Sacramento. In 2006 she received the Plessner Award from the California Medical Association as the physician who best exemplified the practice and ethics of a rural practitioner.