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Former CVS/MinuteClinic exec joins health consultancy

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BOSTON — Nancy Gagliano, a former senior vice president at CVS Health and chief medical officer of MinuteClinic, has been named chief medical officer at Culbert Healthcare Solutions, a management consulting firm serving health care organizations.

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Woburn, Mass.-based Culbert said Wednesday that Gagliano will oversee consulting services related to clinical leadership, quality programs, clinical operations and clinical IT strategy.

“Today, the success of health care organizations depends on the ability to keep up with shifting reimbursements models, while meeting increasing regulatory, quality and safety mandates,” Gagliano said in a statement. “I’m excited to join the expert team at Culbert as we help health care organizations across the country traverse this highly complex and dynamic environment.”

Gagliano joined CVS/MinuteClinic in 2010. As MinuteClinic’s chief medical officer and a CVS senior vice president, she led operations, physician management, footprint expansion, health system affiliations and new services, including telehealth. During her tenure, MinuteClinic expanded from 400 clinics to more than 1,100 clinics.

Before coming to CVS/MinuteClinic, Gagliano served as senior vice president of practice improvement at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)/Massachusetts General Physicians Organization (MGPO), where she was responsible for improving patient access, clinical quality and operational efficiency for MGH’s 400 medical practices. She holds an M.D. from Harvard Medical School and an M.B.A. from Northeastern University.

Culbert said its consultants specialize in helping academic medical centers, hospitals and large physician groups leverage best practices and technology to enhance patient care and financial performance.

“We are honored and excited to welcome Nancy to the team,” stated Brad Boyd, president of Culbert. “Nancy’s proven track record in providing clinical leadership to several of the nation’s premier health care institutions will be essential as Culbert continues to help its clients navigate an increasingly complex health care environment. Her experience in developing and delivering new models of care, collaborating with IT to improve physician efficiency and developing quality reporting are critical areas of focus for our clients.”


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