Key Leadership Curriculum Vitae

Key Leadership Curriculum Vitae

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RICHARD O. SCHAMP, MD (Abridged)

Chief Executive Officer

Professional Experience

  • Clinical Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine and Clinical Professor, Internal Medicine, Division of Geriatrics (Secondary), Saint Louis University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO 63104 (present)
  • Private Family Medicine Practice, Agape Family Health Center P.C., DuBois, PA 15801 (1983-1998)
  • Medical Director, Contract Nursing Services (Home Health), DuBois, PA (1985-1988)
  • Medical Director, Personal Health Options, Inc., DuBois, PA (1986-1990)
  • Physician Advisor, Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging (1987-1998)
  • Faculty Physician, Family Medicine of St. Louis Residency Program (1998 – 2001)
  • Medical Director, Good Samaritan Home, St. Louis, MO (1998-2001)
  • Medical Director, PACE, St. Louis, MO (2002 – 2009)

 Honorary Societies, Honors and Awards

  • Outstanding First Year Resident in Family Practice, Wichita, KS (1980)
  • Fellow, Pennsylvania Rural Leadership Program (RULE) (1995-1997)
  • Preceptor of the Year; awarded by Pennsylvania Area Health Education Centers (1997)
  • Innovation Award, Dept of Community and Family Medicine (2004, 2006)
  • Greater Saint Louis Community Health Award (2006)
  • Missouri Academy Family Physician of the Year Finalist (2007)

Bibliography

Journal (print and electronic) articles

  • Schamp RO., McGaughran AL, Lang S, Doughty PF. The Case against Oral Contraceptives; J Biblical Med Ethics, Vol. 3, No. 7, 1993
  • Schamp RO. Feeling Called. Health and Development: Vol 4, 1995
  • Schamp RO. Listening Behind the Smile. Health and Development: Vol 4, 1998
  • Schamp RO. Up-To-Date Online Consultation. Physicians and Computers:17, 8 April 2000
  • Schamp RO. Letter to the Editor, Fam Pract Management, Nov/Dec 2005
  • Alper BS, Schamp RO, White DS, Hoock JL, Physicians answer more clinical questions and change clinical decisions more often with synthesized evidence, Supplement, Level of Evidence Comparison; http://annalsfm.highwire.org/cgi/content/full/3/6/507/DC1
  • Schamp RO. Invited commentary to Ann. Fam. Med. 2005; 3:507-13. http://annalsfm.highwire.org/cgi/eletters/3/6/507#3703
  • Schamp RO, Geriatric Influenza, PEPID Primary Care Plus, http://www.pepid.com/products/pcp; January 2006
  • Schamp RO, Tenkku LE. Managed Death in a PACE: Pathways in Present and Advance Directives; J Am Med Dir Assoc 2006; 7: 339–344
  • Schamp RO. Managed Death; J Am Med Dir Assoc 2006; 7: 401-402
  • Schamp RO, Manard WT, Update on Prevention and Treatment of Influenza in the Elderly, Clinical Geriatrics 2006; 14 (10):27-33; http://www.clinicalgeriatrics.com/article/6344
  • Schamp RO, Pole D, Clinical training of medical students in interdisciplinary care utilizing a geriatrics program at PACE, The National AHEC Bulletin; 23 (1):53-56
  • Krampe, J.; Rantz, M.J.; Dowell, L.; Schamp, R.; Skubic, M.; and Abbott, C.  “Dance-Based Therapy in a Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly.” Nurse Administration Quarterly, 2010, pp. 156-161.

Book chapters, monographs, review articles, case reports

  • “Osteoporosis.” Chapter in Ambulatory Medicine, 4th Ed. by Lange Publishers, 2005; revised for 5th edition, 2008
  • Acute Change of Condition in the Long-term Care Setting. Clinical Practice Guideline Monograph, by American Medical Directors Association, 2004 (member of writing panel)
  • Health Maintenance and Prevention in the Long-term Care Setting, Clinical Practice Guideline Monograph, by American Medical Directors Association, 2007 (Chair of writing panel)
  • “Quality Improvement” and “Utilization Management” Chapters in the Medical Director’s Handbook, 1st Ed. by National PACE Association 2006, 2011

Abstracts/Posters

  • Schamp RO, Chibnall JT, Tenkku LE; Do Beliefs and Values Predict Choice of Care at Life’s End? American Medical Directors Association, New Orleans, LA, March 2003.
  • Alper BS, Schamp RO, White DS, Hoock JL; How Evidence-Based are Evidence-Based References? NAPCRG Annual meeting 10/24/04 (poster # PS115 abstract on p 165 of http://www.napcrg.org/04cbposters.pdf). (Also presented at WONCA 2004, poster # 3554)
  • Schamp RO, Peterson, DT, Van Landuyt AM, Chibnall JT; Lifetyles: Using Q-Methodology to Assess Quality of Life and Care Priorities in Frail Elders. American Medical Directors Association, Salt Lake City, UT, March 2008.
  • Krampe JK, Rantz MJ, Skubic M, Schamp RO, Abbott C, Dowell L; A Dance Movement Therapeutic Intervention to Improve Balance and Gait in Community-Based Frail Seniors: A Pilot Study. Midwest Nursing Research Conference, Minneapolis, MN, March 27-30, 2009.

 National and Regional Presentations (selected)

  • Congestive Heart Failure Management in a Long Term Care Facility. Annual meeting of the American Medical Directors Association; Atlanta, GA, March 2001
  • Fact vs. Fallacy, Introduction to Information Mastery. 16th Annual Healthy Aging Conference, Kansas University School of Medicine; Branson, MO, July 2002
  • Information Mastery at the Point of Care. National PACE Association annual meeting; Boston, MA, October 2002
  • Finishing the Course: Enhanced Collaboration at the End of Life. National PACE Association annual meeting; Boston, MA, October 2002
  • Information Mastery. Conference for Advanced Medical Direction, American Medical Directors Association; Savannah, GA, December 2002
  • PACE Interdisciplinary Team Meetings. A Crisis of Care: Interventions for Complex Patients. East Central Missouri Area Health Education Center continuing education conference; St. Louis, MO September 2003
  • Doin’ Drugs at PACE: Have Your Own Pharmacy for Phormulary Phun. Presented with Amy Tiemeier, Pharm D at the annual meeting of the National PACE Association, Seattle WA, November, 2003
  • Dementia CAREpath: A Comprehensive Approach for a PACE Environment. National PACE Association annual meeting; Miami, FL October 2004
  • PACE Medical Director Responsibilities: Utilization Management in participant care, clinical outcomes and quality oversight. Annual PACE Primary Care Symposium, Miami, FL October 2004
  • PACE – the Other LTC. How is the Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly different from Nursing Home Care? Annual meeting of the American Medical Directors Association; New Orleans, LA, March 2005
  • Medical Directors and Risk Adjustment Strategies. Annual meeting of the PACE Primary Care Committee; Denver, CO, October 2005
  • Say it Like you Mean it: The health literacy challenge in PACE sites. National PACE Association annual meeting, Baltimore, MD October, 2006
  • Managing Diagnostic Data for Medicare Risk Adjusted Payment: A Case Study. National PACE Association annual meeting, Baltimore, MD, October 2006
  • Long Term Care Rebalancing Initiative: Money Follows the Person, Policy Panel, AMDA Annual Symposium, Hollywood, FL, March 2007
  • Medicare Risk Adjusted Payment. National PACE Association Summer Conference, St. Louis, MO, July 2007
  • Health Maintenance in the Long Term Care Setting. South Dakota Medical Directors Association Fall Seminar, Sioux Falls, SD, September 2007
  • Lifetyles: Assessment Tool for Individuals with Persistent Pain and Chronic Illness. Annual PACE Research Symposium, Albuquerque, NM, October 2007
  • Health Maintenance in LTC and Frail Elderly, Visiting Professor lecture to Geriatrics Department of Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA, July 2008
  • Risk Adjustment Data Validation – How to Prepare for the Inevitable, National PACE Association Annual Conference, Portland, OR, October 2008
  • Ethical Issues in PACE. National PACE Association Annual Conference, Portland, OR, October 2008
  • A Dance Movement Therapeutic Intervention to Improve Balance and Gait in Community-Based Frail Seniors: A Pilot Study. National PACE Association Annual Conference, Portland, OR, October 2008
  • Ethical Decision Making in PACE. National PACE Association Summer Clinical Conference, Milwaukee, WI, June 2009
  • PACE Basics: Health Plan Management, National PACE Association Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, October 2009
  • PACE Basics: Interdisciplinary Team, National PACE Association Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, October 2009
  • The Ideal Health Center, National PACE Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, October 2010
  • 5010 and Encounter Data Reporting for PACE Organizations, National PACE Association Teleconference Presentation, July 2011
  • Principles and Practice of Utilization Management in PACE Programs, National PACE Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, October 2011
  • If I Only Knew Then What I Know Now; The First Year of PACE Operations, National PACE Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, October 2011
  • Quality Management for Medical Directors, Medical Director Essentials Course, National PACE Association, Pittsburgh, June 2012
  • Utilization Management for Medical Directors, Medical Director Essentials Course, National PACE Association, Pittsburgh, June 2012
  • Meeting the Challenge of CMS’ Encounter Data Reporting Requirement, National PACE Association Annual Conference, Los Angeles, October 2012
  • Medicare Payment Policies for PACE, National PACE Association Annual Conference, Los Angeles, October 2012

GEORGE W. BRETT III MD (abridged)

Chief Medical Officer

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS

  •  Medical License- Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (1978)
  • Dipolmate, National Board of Medical Examiners (1978)
  • Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine (1980)
  • Diplomate, Geriatric Medicine (1988)

MEMBERSHIPS

  •  Member, American College of Physicians
  • Member, American Geriatric Society
  • Member, American Medical Directors Association
  • Member, National PACE Association Primary Care Committee

APPOINTMENTS AND POSITIONS

Medical Director for LIFE Programs, Lutheran SeniorLife. (2010- 2014)

Medical Director, LIFE Butler County (2008 –2009)

Medical Director, LIFE Beaver County (2004 –2009)

Director, Board of Trustees, Heritage Valley Health System (1997-2008)

Medical Director, Rochester Manor Nursing Home, Rochester, PA 15074 (1992-2003)

Medical Director, Skilled Nursing Unit , The Medical Center, Beaver, PA 15009 (1999-2000)

Medical Director, Senior Health Assessment Program, The Medical Center, Beaver, PA 15009 (1989-1995)

Active Medical Staff, The Medical Center: Now Heritage Valley Beaver, Beaver, PA 15009 (1982-2009)

Courtesy Medical Staff, Heritage Valley Beaver, Beaver, PA 15009 (2010 – Present)

NATIONAL PACE ASSOCIATION AFFILIATIONS

Chairperson, Clinical Practice Sub-Committee, Primary Care Committee (10/2010 – 9/2012)

Vice-Chairperson, Primary Care Committee, National PACE Association (10/2012 – 9/2014)

Presentations

  •  “Polypharmacy in the Elderly” Summer Conference, National PACE Association Meeting, Detroit, MI (2014, June)
  • “Risk Adjustment Processing System for PACE” NPA Medical Directors Course, Detroit, MI (2014, June)
  • “Polypharmacy in the Elderly” National PACE Association Annual Meeting, Miami, FL (2013, October)
  • “Risk Adjustment Processing System for PACE Medical Directors” and “POLST and Goals of Care”, National PACE Summer
  • Conference Cleveland, OH (2013, June)
  • “Present Directives Advance Directives, POLST, and Goals of Care” National PACE Association Summer Conference
  • Pittsburgh, PA (2012, June)
  • Paget’s Disease of the Bone”, Medical Center of Beaver County, Geriatric Symposium (1988)
  • “Takayasus Arteritis Case Reports, Diagnosis and Treatment,” Medical Center of Beaver County, Grand Rounds (1988)
  • “Physiologic and Psychologic Benefit Of exercise” Big Beaver Falls High School Inservice (1988)
  • “Physical Conditioning”, Medical Center of Beaver County, Sports Medicine Symposium 1987
  • “Hemophilia and von Willebrand’s Disease”, Medical Center of Beaver County, Grand Rounds (1986)
  • “Anal Carcinoma: New Treatment and Approaches”, Medical Center of Beaver County, Tumor Conference (1986)
  • “Keeping Our Body Physically Fit”, Beaver High School Inservice (1985)
  • “History of Pernicious Anemia and It’s Treatment”, Medical Center of Beaver County (1984)
  • “Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome”, Medical Center of Beaver County, Grand Rounds (1983)
  • “Giardiasis” University of Pittsburgh, Medical Grand Rounds (1981)
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