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Dr. Brad Stuart H.

Chief Executive Officer

ACIStrategies

Email: b***@***.com

ACIStrategies

Company Description

ACIStrategies provides strategic advice on all stages of delivery system redesign including vision, planning, implementation, evaluation and sustainability. We have the operational and analytic expertise to help health plans and providers lead the way tow ... more

Background Information

Employment History

Affiniscape Inc

Senior Medical Director
Sutter VNA & Hospice

Chief Medical Officer
Coalition to Transform Advanced Care (C-TAC)

Affiliations

Founding Board Member
Transform Advanced Care

Founding Board Member
Coalition

Elizabeth DreicerCEO + Founder
Posiba

Board Member
National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship

Board of Advisors Member
Spiritual Care Programme

Senior Advisor
Advanced Care Project (ACP), C-TAC & AHIP Foundation's Institute for Health System Solutions

Board Member
C-TAC

Education



Stanford University School of Medicine

M.D.

medical degree

Stanford University

Web References (189 Total References)


TEAM - ACIStrategies

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BRAD STUART, MD

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Brad is co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of ACIStrategies. With more than 35 years of experience practicing internal medicine, palliative care and hospice, and as a healthcare innovator with a national reputation, he has a career-long commitment to improving clinical and economic outcomes by promoting dignity, choice and responsibility. He was instrumental in creating the first Advanced Illness Management (AIM) program in the US with a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in 1999, shepherded its growth over a decade at Sutter Health, and spearheaded the proposal that earned AIM a $13 million award in 2010 from the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation. Brad drove AIM's growth and development toward a national model now adopted by the American Hospital Association and many US health systems and championed by the Coalition to Transform Advanced Care (C-TAC), where he is a founding Board member. For over 10 years Brad has focused on delivery system redesign, specializing in outcome and financial metrics and analytics, physician and staff training, and value-driven cost reduction in advanced illness. A graduate of Stanford University School of Medicine, he was named to the 2013 HealthLeaders' Media list of Top 20 national difference-makers and was profiled in Atlantic Monthly. He has been named Physician of the Year by the California Association of Health Services at Home. Brad speaks internationally on clinical, economic and spiritual issues in advanced illness.


Board of Directors | C-TAC

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Brad Stuart, MD, Board Secretary; CEO, ACI Strategies;


I have been talking with Dr. ...

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I have been talking with Dr. Brad Stuart on the topic of innovation in healthcare. This is the third installment in that series. Our topic in this conversation is "accountable care" and the implications this movement has for cost control, for quality of care, and for fostering innovation. In the first part of this series,here, I set up the health care issue as one that is as much about paradigms and conversations as it is about medicine. In the second, here, I talked with Dr. Stuart about what he sees as some of the more critical high-level challenges in health care and his views about what we as a country should focus on as we continue our work to improve health care delivery.

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Dr. Brad Stuart: At it's very simplest, accountable care is bringing all of the parts of a health system into one carefully integrated delivery process, focused on outcomes, not treatments.
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Dr. Stuart: Our clinical and business models in health care are upside down and there is a growing sense that we need to change things - quickly and significantly. As a consquence, all of healthcare in the U. S. is undergoing a revolutionary paradigm shift, on a number of fronts.
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Dr. Stuart: Absolutely not.
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Dr. Stuart: Again, this may sound a little oversimplified, but it's really just a matter of changing your point of view.
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Dr. Stuart: Yes, it does.
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Dr. Stuart: Well, for one thing, a business model change of this magnitude is highly disruptive.
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Dr. Stuart: Let me give you an example of something that needs to be disrupted in this shift.
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Dr. Stuart: Again, it's about changing the way you think about delivery.
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Next week Dr. Stuart will be talking about innovation in his field of advanced care. Dr. Stuart has more than thirty five years of experience in internal medicine, palliative care and hospice, and is a nationally recognized innovator in healthcare. He is co-founder and CEO of ACIStrategies.


This interview is the third in ...

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This interview is the third in a series with Dr. Brad Stuart, a physician and leader in advanced care innovation.

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Dr. Stuart: Well, let's start by defining "advanced care.
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Dr. Stuart: You are exactly right.
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Dr. Stuart: It's probably bigger than you think, both in terms of human impact and in terms of cost.
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Dr. Stuart: Let me start where we should all start. We should understand that in advanced care, we are talking about helping people, not patients, get the most out of every minute of life, to support the incredible human capacity to adapt to even the hardest things, to take advantage of the American desire for autonomy. Advanced illness places terrible burdens on people afflicted with it. But even the frailest, sickest senior in a bare-bones slum apartment is not thinking of herself as "sick" or "dying"; she is thinking about living. Our job in advanced care is to support her living needs, at home and in her community.
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Dr. Stuart: This is the great part about innovations in advanced care.
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Dr. Stuart: Very much so.
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Dr. Stuart: Yes, but let's be very clear here.
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Dr. Stuart: The problem here is simple.
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Dr. Stuart: Just this. We do not ever have to sacrifice quality of care in service to reducing costs. I strongly believe that real innovation in healthcare delivers a better experience at lower cost - both at the same time. In the end, I think we will find innovation and improvement in the simple notion that healthcare is something that is person to person, human to human, not just a professional fighting disease. I think we have lost that to some degree in modern healthcare, and we need to get it back.
Dr. Brad Stuart is one of those practitioners on the cutting edge of reform. He has more than thirty five years of experience in internal medicine, palliative care and hospice, and is a nationally recognized innovator in healthcare. He has devoted a lifetime of work to improving clinical and economic outcomes in medicine, by focusing on "dignity, choice and responsibility.
...
An interview with healthcare advocate Brad Stuart, who takes on the assembly-line approach to medical care that has stifled innovative management models and is ill-fitted to address the rise in chronic diseases. Read more here. Is the Age of Efficiency over?
...
I have been talking with Dr. Brad Stuart on the topic of innovation in healthcare. This is the third installment in that series. Our topic in this conversation is "accountable care" and the implications this movement has for cost control, for quality of care, and for fostering innovation. In the first part of this series,here, I set up the health care issue as one that is as much about paradigms and conversations as it is about medicine. In the second, here, I talked with Dr. Stuart about what he sees as some of the more critical high-level challenges in health care and his views about what we as a country should focus on as we continue our work to improve health care delivery.
...
Dr. Stuart: Our clinical and business models in health care are upside down and there is a growing sense that we need to change things - quickly and significantly. As a consquence, all of healthcare in the U. S. is undergoing a revolutionary paradigm shift, on a number of fronts.
...
Dr. Stuart: Absolutely not.
...
Dr. Stuart: Again, this may sound a little oversimplified, but it's really just a matter of changing your point of view.
...
Dr. Stuart: Yes, it does.
...
Dr. Stuart: Well, for one thing, a business model change of this magnitude is highly disruptive.
...
Dr. Stuart: Let me give you an example of something that needs to be disrupted in this shift.
...
Dr. Stuart: Again, it's about changing the way you think about delivery.
...
Next week Dr. Stuart will be talking about innovation in his field of advanced care. Dr. Stuart has more than thirty five years of experience in internal medicine, palliative care and hospice, and is a nationally recognized innovator in healthcare. He is co-founder and CEO of ACIStrategies.
...
To start off, next week I'll talk with Dr. Brad Stuart, a leader in the field of advanced illness management and a pioneer in organizational strategies aimed at reducing costs and improving patient experiences.


This interview is the third in ...

innovationrainforest.com [cached]

This interview is the third in a series with Dr. Brad Stuart, a physician and leader in advanced care innovation.

...
Dr. Stuart: Well, let's start by defining "advanced care.
...
Dr. Stuart: You are exactly right.
...
Dr. Stuart: It's probably bigger than you think, both in terms of human impact and in terms of cost.
...
Dr. Stuart: Let me start where we should all start. We should understand that in advanced care, we are talking about helping people, not patients, get the most out of every minute of life, to support the incredible human capacity to adapt to even the hardest things, to take advantage of the American desire for autonomy. Advanced illness places terrible burdens on people afflicted with it. But even the frailest, sickest senior in a bare-bones slum apartment is not thinking of herself as "sick" or "dying"; she is thinking about living. Our job in advanced care is to support her living needs, at home and in her community.
...
Dr. Stuart: This is the great part about innovations in advanced care.
...
Dr. Stuart: Very much so.
...
Dr. Stuart: Yes, but let's be very clear here.
...
Dr. Stuart: The problem here is simple.
...
Dr. Stuart: Just this. We do not ever have to sacrifice quality of care in service to reducing costs. I strongly believe that real innovation in healthcare delivers a better experience at lower cost - both at the same time. In the end, I think we will find innovation and improvement in the simple notion that healthcare is something that is person to person, human to human, not just a professional fighting disease. I think we have lost that to some degree in modern healthcare, and we need to get it back.
Dr. Brad Stuart is one of those practitioners on the cutting edge of reform. He has more than thirty five years of experience in internal medicine, palliative care and hospice, and is a nationally recognized innovator in healthcare. He has devoted a lifetime of work to improving clinical and economic outcomes in medicine, by focusing on "dignity, choice and responsibility.
...
An interview with healthcare advocate Brad Stuart, who takes on the assembly-line approach to medical care that has stifled innovative management models and is ill-fitted to address the rise in chronic diseases. Read more here. Is the Age of Efficiency over?
...
I have been talking with Dr. Brad Stuart on the topic of innovation in healthcare. This is the third installment in that series. Our topic in this conversation is "accountable care" and the implications this movement has for cost control, for quality of care, and for fostering innovation. In the first part of this series,here, I set up the health care issue as one that is as much about paradigms and conversations as it is about medicine. In the second, here, I talked with Dr. Stuart about what he sees as some of the more critical high-level challenges in health care and his views about what we as a country should focus on as we continue our work to improve health care delivery.
...
Dr. Brad Stuart: At it's very simplest, accountable care is bringing all of the parts of a health system into one carefully integrated delivery process, focused on outcomes, not treatments.
...
Dr. Stuart: Our clinical and business models in health care are upside down and there is a growing sense that we need to change things - quickly and significantly. As a consquence, all of healthcare in the U. S. is undergoing a revolutionary paradigm shift, on a number of fronts.
...
Dr. Stuart: Absolutely not.
...
Dr. Stuart: Again, this may sound a little oversimplified, but it's really just a matter of changing your point of view.
...
Dr. Stuart: Yes, it does.
...
Dr. Stuart: Well, for one thing, a business model change of this magnitude is highly disruptive.
...
Dr. Stuart: Let me give you an example of something that needs to be disrupted in this shift.
...
Dr. Stuart: Again, it's about changing the way you think about delivery.
...
Next week Dr. Stuart will be talking about innovation in his field of advanced care. Dr. Stuart has more than thirty five years of experience in internal medicine, palliative care and hospice, and is a nationally recognized innovator in healthcare. He is co-founder and CEO of ACIStrategies.
...
To start off, next week I'll talk with Dr. Brad Stuart, a leader in the field of advanced illness management and a pioneer in organizational strategies aimed at reducing costs and improving patient experiences.

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