Dr. Kevin A. Vrablik Continues Long Legacy of Service and Quality at HealthWorks, LVHN’s Occupational Medicine Division
Posted: September 3, 2021 | Category: News
Kevin A. Vrablik, MD, MPH, FACOEM, has assumed the role of Executive Director at HealthWorks. Dr. Vrablik is also Chief, Division of Occupational Medicine in the Department of Medicine and Medical Director of Employee Health Services at LVHN.
Joseph Patruno, MD, invited to join national Collaborative for Health and Renewal in Medicine (CHARM)
Posted: June 15, 2021 | Category: News
By championing wellness programs within our own institutions and collaborating with others across the country to identify and spread best practices, we hope to make effective wellness initiatives more widely available.
Rory Marraccini, MD named Co-Director of Physicians-for-Physicians Mentor-Based Well-Being Program
Posted: June 14, 2021 | Category: News
This program is a peer-support program that assists clinicians who are experiencing stresses. It is believed that colleagues who have “been there” can best relate to situations and concerns encountered in the workplace by their peers.
Dr. Nina Taggart Elected to Board of Directors of NAACOS
Posted: March 1, 2021 | Category: News
Nina Taggart, MA, MD, MBA, FAAO, Sr Medical Director of Accountable Care at Valley Preferred, has been elected to the National Association of ACOs 2021 Board of Directors. Dr. Taggart’s has in depth experience with the ACO at LVHN, which promotes value-based reimbursement.
Valley Preferred adds board members as Lehigh Valley Physician Hospital Organization Grows
Posted: November 21, 2019 | Category: Press
Valley Preferred has added four members to its Board of Trustees. They include Matthew McCambridge, MD, MS, FACP, FCCP, Glenn Kratzer, MD, Robert Kruklitis, MD, PhD, and Allison Yudt, Administrator.
Highmark Blue Shield and Lehigh Valley Health Network announce joint effort to reduce health care cost trends, improve coordination of care
Posted: August 15, 2016 | Category: Press
Two local health industry organizations have announced plans to work together to create long-term health improvements in the community.