Michigan Primary Care Association Welcomes New Chief Clinical Officer

Michigan Primary Care Association (MPCA) is pleased to announce that Mazhar Shaik, MD, MBA has joined its staff as Chief Clinical Officer.

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.

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