BRUCE C. PERRY, MD MPH

BRUCE C. PERRY, MD MPH Institute of Public Health Georgia State University P.O. Box 3995 Atlanta GA 30302-3995 E-mail: [email protected] Telephone: (404...
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BRUCE C. PERRY, MD MPH Institute of Public Health Georgia State University P.O. Box 3995 Atlanta GA 30302-3995 E-mail: [email protected] Telephone: (404)-413-1139

OVERVIEW: Started his career as a family physician in rural practice in an isolated part of North Central Washington 125 miles from any specialist. Through a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Fellowship he began an academic career emphasizing research and teaching in rural health care and geriatrics. Has served in a dual role as the chief executive officer of a large multispecialty medical group and the senior most medical officer for a health plan. Has served as the senior most quality officer for a large medical group. RECENT EMPLOYMENT: Georgia State University, Institute of Public Health Research Visiting Professor

8/10/2009 – Present

Bruce Perry Consults Independent consultant

1/1/2009 - Present

The Southeast Permanente Medical Group, Atlanta, GA Medical Director, Emeritus (on sabbatical 7/1-12/31, 2008) Medical Director, Chairman of the Board

1996-2008

Associate Medical Director of Clinical Affairs

1993-1996

Group Health Cooperative of Puget Sound, Seattle, WA Medical Staff Director of Total Quality Management Medical Staff Director of Quality Care Assessment Director of Outpatient Quality Assurance

1991-1993 1987-1991 1984-1987

Medical Staff Director, Geriatric Services

1985-1987

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Provided leadership in development of an integrated program across the organization in geriatric services. Physician Director of Nurse Practitioner rounding team for nursing homes. Developed a curriculum for primary care in geriatrics.

Center for Health Studies – Group Health Cooperative

1987 –1993

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Adjunct Investigator University of Washington School of Medicine Assistant Professor – Family Medicine and the Institute on Aging

1981-1982

Family Practitioner, Private Practice, Tonasket, WA

1978-1979

Family Physician, National Service Corps, Tonasket, WA

1976-1978

EDUCATION: 1981 1979 – 1981 1973 – 1976 1969 - 1973 1965 – 1969

Master of Public Health, University of Washington Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Faculty Fellowship in Family Medicine, Department of Family Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, WA Family Medicine Residency, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC M.D. cum laude, School of Medicine, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, Alpha Omega Alpha B.A., Emory University, Atlanta, GA, Phi Beta Kappa

HOSPITAL POSITIONS HELD: 1995 – Present 1982 – 1993 1981 – 1982 1977 – 1979 1976 – 1980

Northside Hospital, Atlanta, GA Central Hospital, Eastside Hospital, Group Health Cooperative of Puget Sound; Seattle, WA Active Staff, University Hospital, Seattle, WA Courtesy Staff, Mid-Valley Hospital; Omak, WA Active Staff, North Valley Hospital, Tonasket, WA

BOARD CERTIFICATION/RECERTIFICATION: 1988, 1998, 2008 1976, 1984, 1997, 2003

Certificate of Special Competence in Geriatrics American Board of Family Practice

LICENSURE: 1994 1979 – 2000

Georgia (037889) Washington (15193)

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ORGANIZATIONS/NATIONAL ACTIVITIES: 2008-2009 2006-Present 2006-2008 2000-2006 2000-2003 1997-2002

1995-1999

1991-1993 1989

1987 - 1993

1988 - 1993 1987 – 1993 1983 – 1989, 2009

1981 - 1984 1973 to Present

Adjunct Faculty, Georgia State University Institute of Public Health Board of Advisors of the Georgia State University Institute of Public Health Board of the Alliance of Community Health Plans Board of the Metropolitan Atlanta Chapter of the America Red Cross Chair, Georgia Healthcare Leadership Council Faculty, Medical University of South Carolina, Executive Doctoral Program in Health Administration and Leadership, “Managing with Clinicians” Faculty, Institute on Healthcare Improvement, Course “Improving Care-The Role of Clinical Guidelines” Member of Expert Panel on Changing Medicaid Regulations for Managed Care Member of The Institute of Medicine's expert panel on Setting Criteria for National Clinical Guidelines HMO Consortiums for Development of National Comparative Indicators of Quality Member of the Executive Committee later named HEDIS Chair of Scientific Sub-Committee GHAA Quality of Care Committee GHAA Pro Task Force Washington Geriatrics Society President 1988-1989 American Geriatrics Society National Committee Positions: 1) Research 2) Clinical Practice 3) Chapter Development Washington State Medical Association American Academy of Family Physicians

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PUBLICATIONS: Perry, B.C: Using Electronic Medical Record in the 21st Century. Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia, July, 2006. Perry, B.C., Boddie, W., and Jacobs, L.: Revitalizing the Group Practice: A Blueprint Based on a Successful Breakthrough. Group Practice Journal, Nov.-Dec., 2000. Perry, B.C.: Harvesting the Wealth of Science and Permanente Clinical Wisdom, The Importance of Strategic Quality Improvement. The Permanente Journal 3:28, 1998. McGlynn, E.A., Siu, A.L., and Leatherman, S.T., et al: Producing Publicly Available Information on the Quality of Care in Health Plans. Santa Monica, CA, RAND, 1992. Bernstein, S.J., McGlynn, E.A., and Siu, A.L., et al: The Appropriateness of Hysterectomy: A Comparison of Care in Seven Health Plans. Santa Monica, CA, RAND, 1992. Murata, P.J., McGlynn, E.A., and Siu, A.L., et al: Quality Measures for Prenatal Care: A Comparison of Care in Six Health Plans. Santa Monica, CA, RAND, 1992. Perry, B.C., and Cromp, K.C.: GHC Medical Forum, Application of Quality Improvement Principles and Techniques in Clinical Medicine -- A Teaching Case. 1990. Perry, B.C., and Kirz, H.L.: Quality Management in a Staff Model HMO. HMO Pract. 3:164, 1989. Perry, B.C. Innovative Quality Management in an Intensely Regulatory Environment -Can It Be Done? Proceeding of a 1989 Group Health Institute. Perry, B.C. The Management of Patients with Dementia: HMO Pract 1:26, 1987. Perry, B.C. Exercise Patterns Among the Elderly, J. Fam. Pract. 15:545, 1982. Perry, B.C. The Validity and Reliability of the Responses of the Elderly to Survey and Questionnaires. J. Fam Pract 15:182, 1982. Perry, B.C. Falls Among the Aged Living in a High-Rise Apartment. J. Fam. Pract. 14:1069,1982. Perry, B.C. Falls Among the Elderly, a Review of the Methods and Conclusions of Epidemiological Studies. J. Amer. Geriatrics Soc. 30:367, 1982.

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Perry, B.C. Workers' Compensation Files as a Potential Source for Community Diagnosis. J. Fam. Pract. 14:85, 1982. Perry, B.C., Gordon, M.J., and Chrisenger, E. A Practice-Based Study of Trauma in a Rural Community. J. Fam. Pract. 10:1089, 1980. Perry, B.C., Hatcher, R.A., Conrad, D.D., Terrell, E.B. Contraceptive Technology 1971, A monograph prepared for Emory University School of Medicine (Atlanta: Emory University Press, 1971).

Recent Presentations (2006- 2009)       

“The importance of Succession Planning – The Three year Journey to Plan Your Own Departure” Physician Executives of Georgia, Marietta GA May 15, 2009 “Harvesting the Wisdom of Your Employees to Dramatically Improve Service” The Annual Meeting of the American Medical Group Association Orlando FL March 7, 2008 “Setting Aggressive Goals in Rapid Cycle Improvement in Primary Care” The 21st Century Innovation Project, Seattle May 31, 2007 “The Challenges of P4P for Physician leaders” Physician Executives of Georgia Marietta May 18, 2007 “Does Actuarial Analysis Predict the Behavior of Patients - a Tale of Two Insurance Products” The Advanced Leadership Program, Flagler School of Business, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill NC March 17, 2007 “Building a Primary Care Innovation Home in a Large Complex Organization” The Permanente Executive Conference Las Vegas NV April 1, 2006, “Does Actuarial Analysis Predict the Behavior of Patients - a Tale of Two Insurance Products” The Advanced Leadership Program, Flagler School of Business, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill NC March 14, 2006

Congressional Testimony Committee on Energy and Commerce. Subcommittee on Health “The Importance of Timely Access to Generic Drug Therapies” May 18, 2005

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