Mr. Crossette is the Senior Manager of Value-Based Primary Care and leads population health management initiatives for the primary care network of The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. In that role, he identifies ways to leverage data to improve performance and outcomes. Previously, he participated in the selection and early implementation of an electronic health record for pediatric primary care practices. He also led informatics program planning efforts at CHOP and was a founding member of the Center for Biomedical Informatics (now Department of Biomedical and Health Informatics (DBHi)) at Children’s Hospital.
In addition, Jonathan participated in a PEPFAR-funded informatics capacity building project in Botswana. For that project, Jonathan contributed to the planning of two national informatics conferences and faculty workshops, and helped organize and lectured in an introduction to informatics course for UB health sciences undergraduates and post doc fellows. He continued his work at the University of Botswana through January 2015 as a Fulbright Specialist Grantee.
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Senior Manager, Value-Based Primary Care
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