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Pippa Shulman
Atrius Health

About Me

 

Eliza “Pippa”
Shulman, DO, MPH is the Senior Chief Innovation Engineer at the newly formed
Atrius Health Innovation Center, charged with identifying, testing and
implementing novel care delivery solutions the largest
independent multi-specialty medical group in the Northeast. In addition she is
a practicing primary care physician with a small geriatrics and palliative
medicine consultation service.

 

Prior to being
named to the Innovation Center Pippa was the Chief of Geriatrics and Palliative
Care at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates; tasked with leading improvement efforts
in home care, extended care facilities, outpatient geriatrics and palliative
care services. As chief and as part of the ACO
geriatric care model workgroup she led numerous initiatives
to redesign care for frail elder patients, including implementation of an
organization wide strategy for improving advance care planning.

 

Dr Shulman is board certified in family medicine, preventive medicine, and
hospice and palliative medicine. She is a graduate of the combined NH-Dartmouth
Family Medicine Residency and the Dartmouth Hitchcock Leadership Preventive
Medicine Residency, which is focused on developing physicians to lead change
and improve systems of care.

At Medicine X 2015

Sunday, September 18 11:20 am (Plenary Hall)
End of life, not end of story: learning from patients to transform a health system's approach to advance care planning
Care for patients at the end of life requires that patient and clinician have a common understanding of disease status and goals of care in order to ensure that dignity and autonomy are maintained. Having... Read more
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