Richard Schamp, MD, CMD, CHCQM
Chief Executive Officer
With more than 30 years of experience in geriatric care, Dr. Richard Schamp has provided support to organizations across the country as an industry expert in Medicare risk adjustment. He has an extensive background in primary care and geriatrics along with administrative experience in a variety of health care settings. He has served on the board of directors for an Area Health Education Center (AHEC), as a medical director for Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) and is currently a clinical professor of Geriatrics at St Louis University.
Dr. Schamp is certified in healthcare ethics and as a long-term care medical director. A frequent speaker on topics of interest to PACE, he served as the chair of the National PACE Association’s Primary Care Committee and on the Board of Directors for the National PACE Association.
George W. Brett, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. George Brett has more than 30 years of experience in geriatric medicine and long-term care from both clinical and administrative perspectives. Dr. Brett served as medical director for several long-term care facilities, hospice organizations, and PACE. His work with PACE led to his interest and expertise in Medicare risk adjustment, and he has lectured for the National PACE Association.
David Wilner, MD, FACP, AGSF
Senior Medical Consultant
Risk Adjustment Consultant
Matthew Zimmerman plays a key role in providing services to support clients through meaningful analyses of their data. He has extensive experience in Medicare Part D management and PACE, previously managing all risk adjustment processes for one of the largest PACE organizations in the country. Matthew has managed and developed internal process standards, policies and procedures, regulatory requirements, and adaptations to CMS changes. Additionally, he was responsible for the annual CMS-sponsored HOS-M survey used for development of PACE Frailty Factor.
Angie Hlad, C.R.N.-C.
Risk Adjustment Coordinator and Coding Department Manager
Angie Hlad has an extensive understanding of ICD10 coding and HCC reimbursement and more than ten years of nursing experience. She previously served as a reimbursement coordinator for a PACE program, where she focused on coding as well as on educating providers and staff on reimbursement principals. She also spent five years as a registered nurse assessment coordinator, and is a current member of The Nursing Honors Society.
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