Ray King, MD, President and CEO, Jackson Health Network and Chief Medical Officer, Henry Ford Allegiance Health
A graduate of the University of Michigan, Dr. King has been a member of the Allegiance Health medical staff and a family medicine practitioner in Jackson since 1984. He became Chief Medical Officer for Allegiance Health in 2007. Dr. King is board certified by the American Board of Family Physicians. Previous roles include associate HMO Medical Director, home health and hospice medical director and local PHO medical director.
He serves on the Board of the Jackson Community Medical Record and is a member of the Health Improvement Organization Board Committee. His professional memberships include the American Academy of Family Physicians, the Michigan State Medical Society and the Jackson County Medical Society.
Amy Schultz, MD, Executive Director, Jackson Health Network and Henry Ford Allegiance Health
As a Preventive Medicine Specialist, Dr. Schultz has been involved in leadership of clinical preventive service improvement and community-based health improvement in Jackson since 2004. She has served as the Director of Prevention and Community Health for 12 years and in January joined the Jackson Health Network leadership team to advance transformation toward community integrated health systems of the future. Dr. Schultz is board certified by the American Board of Preventive Medicine. Other roles have included interim associate HMO Medical Director, Chair of the Health Improvement Organization Coordinating Council, Evidence Based Medicine Committee, and Jackson County Prenatal Task Force and Director of the It’s Your Life Services health management product line.
In her role as Executive Director of Population Health for Jackson Health Network, Dr. Schultz has responsibility for oversight of planning, development and operational implementation of network priorities that advance the Triple Aim including the clinical integration program, care management model, and provider communication, education and support services. As part of her responsibilities, Dr. Schultz also provides part-time medical director services for Jackson County Health Department.
Wynn Hazen, Transformation Advisor, Jackson Health Network
In his role as Transformation Advisor, Wynn provides high level expertise to the Network and health system to assist in the development of network structure, information technology, and financial models that support achievement of Triple Aim goals. Wynn has nearly 25 years experience in health care management and community care management including both for-profit and not-for-profit arenas, as well as experience in start-up and turn around businesses and electronic medical record implementation.
Bruce Barbour, MD, Medical Director, Jackson Health Network
Dr. Barbour works directly with physicians, assists with performance improvement and addresses barriers to achieving outcomes. All of which will help continue our march toward the triple aim. Serving in many capacities, Dr. Barbour has been practicing medicine for 27 years. He is a graduate of the Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara in Mexico, completing his residency at the Medical College of Ohio in Toledo. He is also board certified in internal medicine.
Michael Klinkman, MD, Medical Director, Jackson Health Network
A University of Michigan professor of Family Medicine and Psychiatry, Dr. Klinkman is an active family physician seeing patients at Briarwood Family Medicine in Ann Arbor. He serves as the first Director of Primary Care Programs for the University of Michigan Depression Center. In 2001, Dr. Klinkman created the Depression Center’s Primary Care Research Network and brings this program to JHN.
Dr. Klinkman has 20 years of experience in developing and implementing primary care clinical information systems and conducting practice-based research. He led the development of the University of Michigan Depression Disease Management Program and its supporting health IT platform, the M-DOCC care management application. He also co-led the development of Cielo Clinic, a clinical quality management application now used by over 500 primary care clinicians in several health systems across the United States, including members of Jackson Physician Alliance (JPA).
Courtland Keteyian, MD, Medical Director, Jackson Health Network and Henry Ford Allegiance Health
Dr. Keteyian serves in a joint capacity as Medical Director for the Jackson Health Network, Prevention and Community Health, and the Jackson County Health Department. Trained in Preventive Medicine, Dr. Keteyian works across the three organizations to deliver value and better align programs that elevate the health of the population of Jackson County.
Prior to joining the JHN, Dr. Keteyian worked for the University of Michigan Health System in Strategic Finance and Business Consulting, where he was involved in an array of institutional projects including business development, capital planning, and innovative service delivery models. Dr. Keteyian holds MD, MBA, and MPH degrees from the University of Michigan, and a BS in Molecular Biology from Yale University.
Richard Thoune, Health Officer, Jackson Health Network and Henry Ford Allegiance Health
Richard Thoune is an accomplished public health professional with broad environmental, personal, and preventive health services, public health emergency preparedness, and chronic disease prevention program experience. Throughout his career, he has continuously focused on improving public health programs through systems approach and total quality management expertise. He has extensive experience in public health administration, collaborative community coalition/partnership development, total quality management, grant administration/writing, community health needs assessment/improvement, disease surveillance, epidemiological investigation, prevention programming, project and systems management.
He served as an Environmental Health Officer in the US Navy for 16 years where he provided leadership and management support to multiple U.S. based and internationally located naval hospital commands through occupational health and preventive medicine departments. He has served in Director/Health Officer positions with local county or district health departments in Michigan and Wisconsin since 1994. He was selected to serve as the County Health Officer with the Jackson County Health Department and Allegiance Health System in Jackson, Michigan in July 2013.
Margaret A. Brown, MPH, RN, Director, Population Management, Jackson Health Network and Henry Ford Allegiance Health
Margaret began her journey in health care in 2006. Since that time she has worked in a variety of health care roles including at the bedside as a Registered Nurse, as a Case Manager, and as a Physician Quality Coordinator. Her passion for community and public health related issues led her to pursue graduate study at Michigan State University where she received a Master’s in Public Health with a focus in Administration. As the Manager of Care Coordination, Margaret is able to fuse her love of nursing with the expanding field of public health. She will be working with various stakeholders to move towards the delivery of coordinated care services for the Jackson Community.
Megan Albertson, MPH, Manager, Population Impact, Jackson Health Network and Henry Ford Allegiance Health
Megan earned a Bachelor’s degree in mathematics and a Master of Public Health degree from the University of Michigan. In her role with JHN, Megan manages a portfolio of projects related to health care delivery redesign, clinical-community linkages, patient activation, care coordination and integration of systems and services. She also designs and implements standardized processes and tools to ensure efficient execution of JHN activities. Megan also works with the Health Improvement Organization and is very involved in aligning community resources to create a broad and inclusive system of care within Jackson. Megan has worked with JHN since 2013.
Erika Byrum, Administrator, Value Initiatives
Erika brings more than 10 years of experience in health care to her role at JHN. Most recently, she managed the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Provider Group Incentive Program for Jackson Physicians Alliance. During that time she worked with area Primary Care and Specialty Care providers and their staff to transform the way they provided care into a holistic, team approach known as a Patient Centered Medical Home. Her knowledge and expertise in managing payor incentive programs will be a valuable skill in coordinating the various pay-for-performance programs at Jackson Health Network. Erika brings an educational background of a Master's degree in Healthcare Administration and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management. In her role with JHN, Erika has responsibility for identification, development and successful execution of initiatives that improve performance on JHN payor contracts and value-based network outcomes.