National Population Health Expert, Aman Chawla, MD, Joins Navvis to Lead Physician Practice Optimization Program
St. Louis, MO, October 13, 2020 – Navvis, a leading population health company, today announced that Aman Chawla, MD, has joined Navvis to lead the company’s physician practice optimization program nationwide. Dr. Chawla will serve as medical director and vice president, Enterprise Practice Optimization Program, and she will play a critical role in initiatives to engage, empower, and enable physicians and clinical and administrative practice leaders. Her work will be focused on physician and practice performance, helping physicians perform at top of license to directly impact quality and cost, while delivering an enhanced care experience. In her role at Navvis she will lead initiatives that emphasize the key tenets of value-based care and population health management, ensuring that physicians and their practices have the resources and tools they need to be successful under risk-based contracts.
“Aggregating and improving the performance of physicians is the single most important success factor in population health,” said Mike Farris, chairman and chief executive officer, Navvis. “When physicians are engaged and high-performing, healthcare organizations are in a position to create significant new value in their markets and ultimately drive the health of populations.”
“We are thrilled to have Dr. Chawla’s experience, expertise, and leadership as we continue to deliver patient-centric, physician-led healthcare across the country,” said Courtney Fortner, market president, Central and West Florida, and national Enterprise Practice Optimization leader. “Dr. Chawla’s training as a physician, coupled with her proven track record of designing care models, addressing clinical quality and efficiency, and improving practice performance, makes her an incredible asset for our practice optimization program.”
“I’m honored to be working with the team at Navvis and with their client partners who are true innovators in value-based care and population health management,” said Dr. Chawla. “Navvis’ focus on the physician as the catalyst to meaningful healthcare change and their ability to optimize provider performance is unique within the industry. The Navvis approach focuses on what matters most to physicians, and helps their practices excel in value-based care.”
Dr. Chawla is a healthcare clinician with nearly 20 years of experience in research, operations, and quality and care improvement initiatives. She has a strong background in the creation, implementation, and ongoing management of population health programs that address the complex needs of providers, patients, and care teams. Prior to joining Navvis, Dr. Chawla was medical director, Quality and Clinical Programs at Lumeris. Dr. Chawla earned a Doctor of Medicine from Central America Health Sciences University, and a Bachelor of Arts from The George Washington University. She also earned a Post-Doctorate degree in Molecular Cardiology from The National Institute of Health. For Dr. Chawla’s professional career profile, please visit LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/dramanchawla77
Navvis is a population health market maker. We work with health plans, health systems, and physician organizations to develop new business models that accelerate and fundamentally change the way healthcare is delivered. We create markets and unique partnerships that allow healthcare organizations to unlock value-based care opportunities in their markets. This model solves the underlying systemic issues in each market, creating real change.
Our capabilities create a solution that is physician-led and patient centric. We support all payers, payment models, and lines of business, connect the full continuum of care, and activate all providers, caregivers, and family members. Our innovative value-based care platform provides an end-to-end solution for our partners. The result is a healthcare ecosystem that never stops caring—one that is sustainable and eliminates complexity for consumers, empowers providers, and reduces the high cost of healthcare.