Meet Our Team
The resources found in the Transitional Care Institute have been hand picked by the Chief Medical Officer and other clinician experts from Remedy in effort to share the most important insights we have learned from our experience managing bundled payment programs.
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Win Whitcomb, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Win Whitcomb, MD, MHM, is Chief Medical Officer of Remedy Partners, where he oversees all aspects of the clinical enterprise, and the intersection between clinical, technology, and business areas. Prior to joining Remedy, Dr. Whitcomb led the development and implementation of several bundled payment programs at Baystate Health in conjunction with its commercial health plan and the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation.
A practicing hospitalist for the past twenty years, Win has led the development of the hospitalist specialty since 1994, when he assumed leadership of the nation’s first 24/7 on-site hospitalist program. Dr. Whitcomb is cofounder and past president of the Society of Hospital Medicine, and has lectured widely, written numerous articles, and authored three books on the clinical and administrative aspects of hospital medicine. He has been on the ground floor of a myriad of initiatives that form the foundation of the hospitalist movement, including working with the American Board of Internal Medicine to create board certification for hospitalists.
Dr. Whitcomb was one of the first three individuals to receive hospital medicine’s most prestigious achievement award, the Master in Hospital Medicine, in April 2010. He is Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Dr. Whitcomb completed his internal medicine residency at Tufts University/Baystate Medical Center, received an MD from Jefferson Medical College, and a BA from Wesleyan University.
Mary Dittrich, MD, FASN
SENIOR MEDICAL DIRECTOR
Dr. Mary Dittrich is a nephrologist and partner at Boise Kidney & Hypertension Institute in Meridian, Idaho. Dr. Dittrich received her medical degree from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver, Colorado. She subsequently served a residency in Internal Medicine followed by a chief residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Washington Hospital. She went on to complete fellowship training in Nephrology also at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington. She previously served as the Chairman of the Medical Advisory Board for Liberty Dialysis and was the Chief Medical Officer for Liberty Health Partners before joining Remedy Partners as Senior Medical Director. Dr. Dittrich and her husband have three children.
Bipin Mistry, MD, MBA
Dr. Bipin Mistry is the Medical Director at Remedy Partners. He has extensive experience as a physician leader in healthcare delivery systems managing and developing new service lines, being part of senior leadership and helping in growth strategies. He has consulted in Hospital Medicine helping organizations on service optimization, change management, and leadership mentoring. He maintains some clinical activity as a hospitalist. Most recently, he was a Senior Research Fellow in Value Based Health Care Delivery at Harvard Business School working with Professor Michael Porter and Professor Robert S. Kaplan. His research has been focused on Value Measurement through time-driven activity based costing in a number of healthcare delivery systems to help with process improvement and development of alternate payment models. In addition to research, he has been involved in two healthcare IT startups. He is board certified in Internal Medicine, a member of the Royal College of Physicians (Ireland) and a Senior Fellow in Hospital Medicine. Dr. Mistry obtained his medical degree at Kings College School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of London, UK and MBA at Babson College.
Marina Burke, ANP-CP
Enterprise Clinical Director
Marina Burke is the Enterprise Clinical Director at Remedy Partners. She received degrees from Barnard College and the Columbia University School of Nursing. She is responsible for the deployment of BPCI care redesign efforts across the country. She also serves as the liaison between the office of the Remedy Chief Medical Officer and the national BPCI field operations team. She and her team provide training on care redesign tools and processes for all Remedy internal team members and partners. Marina’s previously worked at Visiting Nurse Service of New York where she developed and managed clinical readmission reduction programs for multiple Medicare Advantage Plans and commercial payers.
Luann Tribus PT, MBA
Luann Tribus began her career in healthcare mobilizing post-operative joint patients at the Hospital for Special Surgery after graduating with a degree in Physical Therapy from Boston University. A robust sense of adventure enabled Luann, traveling from New York to Oregon, to practice at every level of care including: acute, inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient, home health and skilled nursing facilities. Settling in the Midwest, Luann obtained her MBA from the University of Chicago, majoring in finance and statistics and minoring in quality improvement. She has consulted and managed in skilled nursing facilities for more than 20 years. Additionally, Luann taught insurance (including Medicare, Medicaid, Managed care) and documentation for reimbursement for five years at the University of Wisconsin Medical School. Coming full circle, Luann has returned to helping patients recover from total joint replacement participating in the development of Remedy’s Total Joint Arthroplasty Workflow as the Director of Rehabilitation for Remedy Partners.
Anju Paul is a senior analyst at Remedy Partners, where she directly supports the efforts of Win Whitcomb, the Chief Medical Officer. She is deeply involved in creating programs effecting care redesign, and oversees the organization and planning of Remedy's collaborative partner events. Most recently, with the oversight of Remedy's clinical leadership, Anju created the Transitional Care Institute, Remedy's learning collaborative network. Anju has always had a passion for healthcare reform policy and implementation which she fostered at Wesleyan University, where she earned a bachelor's degree in Biology and Science in Society.
The Transitional Care Institute Team
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