Danish Primary Care: Innovation Strategies Over the Past Decade
The Robert Graham Center continues its innovative Embassy Series with a discussion about Danish Primary Care.
Professor Kjeld Møller Pedersen
Kjeld Møller Pedersen is a professor of health economics and health policy at the University of Southern Denmark. His career has spanned traditional university based research and teaching, 1975-1987 and from 1999 until today, and a four-year period as CEO of the health service of a county (seven hospitals, about 200 GPs, etc.) and eight years as senior vice president and executive vice president of the LEGO Group.
Katherine Neuhausen, M.D., M.P.H.
Katherine Neuhausen is the Director of Delivery System Transformation in the Office of Health Innovation and a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Population Health at Virginia Commonwealth University.
She is currently working with the VCU health system and Virginia Medicaid agency to develop and implement innovative care models including integrated behavioral health and primary care, integrated oral health and primary care, and complex care for super-utilizers.