ConcertoCare Names Amy Flaster, MD, MBA As Chief Medical Officer
NEW YORK, NY, February 23, 2021 -- ConcertoCare, a leading risk-based senior health care provider, today announced the appointment of Dr. Amy Flaster as Chief Medical Officer. Most recently a senior physician executive at both Health Catalyst and the Mass General Brigham health system, Dr. Flaster will lead clinical strategy and operations for ConcertoCare's in-home health care services for seniors as it expands its tech-enabled product offerings and national footprint.
"Dr. Flaster has a remarkable track record of leveraging the latest clinical advancements, data and technology to improve patient outcomes for seniors and other populations with complex care needs," said Dr. Julian Harris, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of ConcertoCare. "A practicing primary care physician, Dr. Flaster is passionate about the intersection of population health, primary care and digital expansion. She brings invaluable experience as we further expand our tech-enabled in-home care model for seniors across the country."
ConcertoCare offers a spectrum of in-home geriatric care models, including the wraparound ConcertoCare Partners program, the Geriatric Primary Care model and PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly). Each model is orchestrated to improve clinical outcomes and quality of life for a defined population of seniors. The programs are supported through a combination of in-home clinical, behavioral and social supports and services, all of which are enhanced by ConcertoCare's geriatric-informed care pathways, advanced analytics, proprietary population health platform and virtual care technology.
About Amy Flaster, MD, MBA
Dr. Flaster is an experienced physician executive, value-based care strategist and practicing internal medicine physician. Prior to joining ConcertoCare, Dr. Flaster served as Senior Vice President of Population Health at Health Catalyst, a leading provider of data and analytics technology and services, where she led the organization's population health strategy and partnered closely with health systems in their transition to value-based care. Previously, she also served as Associate Medical Director of Population Health at Mass General Brigham, where Dr. Flaster ran a portfolio of population health programs to drive health care transformation across the network, including the nationally recognized Integrated Care Management Program (iCMP), leading hundreds of clinicians in data-driven complex care management of frail and elderly patients. Earlier in her career, she co-founded myProxy Inc., developer of the TrueNorth Healthcare platform, which engages patients and decision-makers in cloud-based advance care planning.
Dr. Flaster continues to serve on the faculty of Harvard Medical School and practices primary care at the Brigham and Women's Hospital. She received her internal medicine and primary care training at the Brigham and Women's Hospital, her medical and business degrees at Harvard University, and her undergraduate degree at Dartmouth College.