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Alice Stollenwerk Petrulis, MD, FACP, to Speak at 15th Annual MEDecision User Conference
Date:5/5/2009

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Dr. Petrulis is highly respected throughout the national healthcare quality improvement arena. She is a member of the National Quality Forum's Care Coordination Committee; she recently served as the Co-Chair of the National Quality Forum's Ambulatory Practice Steering Committee, which reviews quality measures that organizations like CMS and insurance companies use. She incorporates quality improvement activities into KePRO's integrated care management solutions, ensuring that members are receiving evidence-based care to optimize their health outcomes, while reducing client costs. She spoke at numerous national conferences about quality improvement initiatives and the success of those efforts she led.

Dr. Petrulis became the KePRO's Chief Medical Officer in December 2005. She oversees all of the KePRO family of companies' medical directors, and provides clinical leadership relative for the company's population health management and quality improvement initiatives. She also assists and promotes business development and strategic planning activities, and recruits physicians for our review panels and as medical directors.

Previously, she served as the Medical Director, Post-Acute Care Services of Ohio KePRO, a KePRO company, for five years. She spearheaded the efforts to ensure the medical integrity of Ohio KePRO's provider and patient quality improvement interventions, tools, and presentations. Dr. Petrulis also served in the organization's lead medical role for long-term care, home health care, and outpatient physician office projects, including the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' DOQ-IT initiative.

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