Michael Carbery – CIO for Population Health – Maimonides Health
As CIO for Population Health for the Maimonides Health Central Services Organization (MMC CSO), Michael serves in multiple roles as the leader of the global information technology effort for Maimonides Health Population Health programs.
Community Care of Brooklyn, the continuation of the Maimonides Performing Provider System (PPS) in the NYS Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) program which encompassed 300 Healthcare and Social Service provider organizations and 3000 individual providers serving 600,000 attributed Medicaid members;
CCB IPA, consisting of 100 providers of all types ranging from large medical centers to FQHC and small practitioners;
and the Brooklyn Health Home (BHH), comprising 25 care management organizations and up to 10,0000 at-risk Medicaid clients in Brooklyn.
In these roles Michael leads the continuing development and implementation of the MMC CSO provided community-wide Care Coordination, Communication, and Analytics systems; promotes the expansion of electronic Health Information Exchange with Healthix and the SHIN-NY; and directs the implementation and support of other centralized technology services critical to the success of Population Health programs throughout Brooklyn.
During the DSRIP program, Michael also served in an important New York statewide leadership role as the Chair and Vice-Chair of the PPS CIO Leadership Group, comprising IT and Analytics leadership from all 25 New York State PPSs, key DRSIP leaders from the Department of Health (NYSDOH), the New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC), and the hospital associations Greater New York Hospital Association (GNYHA) and the Healthcare Association of New York State (HANYS).
Previously, Michael directed the technical efforts for the Maimonides led New York State HEAL 10 and 17 grants, the Brooklyn Health Home, and the Maimonides CMMI HCIA grant program.
Michael has significant experience in managing complex and time-sensitive HIT initiatives for Healthcare providers, as well as serving in Information Technology and business operations leadership roles in other industries.
Michael is a 1979 graduate of Princeton University.