Dr. Shaik directs MPCA’s clinical affairs department, which includes clinical quality, clinical workforce, and clinical information technology supporting Meaningful Use, Patient-Centered Medical Home, Pay for Performance, and quality-related research activities. He works with Community Health Centers and their clinical leadership to foster clinical quality capacity-building, coordination, and alignment efforts.
“Dr. Shaik will play a critical role in helping MPCA fulfill its mission of promoting, supporting, and developing comprehensive, accessible, and affordable community-based health care services to everyone in Michigan. He will also contribute to the overall plans to implement health reform strategies within the safety-net system in Michigan,” said Kim Sibilsky, Executive Director, MPCA.
Michigan Primary Care Association has been the voice for Community Health Centers and other community-based providers in Michigan since 1980. It is a leader in building a healthy society in which all residents have convenient and affordable access to quality health care. For more information, please visit www.mpca.net or call 517.381.8000.