His foresight and groundbreaking work into new care models made him a strategy and execution leader for IBM’s global healthcare operations, and won him many prestigious awards in the world of healthcare and business.
Dr. Paul Grundy is chief medical officer and global director of healthcare transformation for IBM’s Healthcare and Life Science Industry. He both develops and executes strategies that support IBM’s transformation initiatives in the healthcare industry.
Dr. Grundy is also a healthcare ambassador for the nation of Denmark, and the founding president of the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC).
He’s won the NCQA quality award, shared by the likes of Senator Ted Kennedy and Dr. Atul Gawande. Dr. Grundy is a member of the National Academy of Medicine, and he’s won the prestigious Barbara Starfield award for his national and international efforts and success in primary care.
Known as the “Godfather” of the Patient Centered Medical Home. Dr. Paul Grundy is on the leading edge of A.I. and transformation in healthcare and life sciences.
He’s one of only 85 individuals selected to IBMs Senior leadership forum. His work and thoughts are reported frequently in the New York Times, BusinessWeek, Forbes, the Economist, The New England Journal of Medicine, and at TED talks.
In this episode Steve speaks with Dr. Grundy about:
- His days with Shirley Temple to IBM
- “Godfatherly” sage discussion on the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH)
- IBM and Watson – how it came into health care
- A tech view on patient engagement
- Artificial Intelligence and transformation in life sciences