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Dr. Michael L. Malone

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  • M.D.
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Geriatrics Fellowship Program faculty, 20 May 2008 [cached]
Michael L. Malone, MD
Dr. Malone graduated with honors from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, TX.
Dr. Malone is a Professor of Medicine with the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health at the Milwaukee Clinical Campus, and Section Head of Geriatrics at Aurora Sinai Medical Center.
Dr. Malone has written multiple publications and abstracts on geriatrics health services research and on innovations in medical education.Dr. Malone has presented at multiple Grand Rounds and Geriatrics Noon Conferences.He is the Editor of an "on-line" CME program that collaborates with the American Geriatrics Society.Dr. Malone is also the Coordinating Editor of a monthly publication entitled "Practical Reviews in Geriatric Medicine".Dr. Malone has served on various committees throughout the community and is the Chairman of the Continuing Medical Education Committee at Aurora Sinai Medical Center.
ACP Observer, May 2006 - Part D hopes and hassles begin to play out, 1 May 2006 [cached]
When Wisconsin geriatrician Michael L. Malone, MD, recently prescribed a Lidocaine patch for a frail elderly patient with multiple comorbidities, the patient's new Medicare Part D plan denied coverage.That denial set off a frustrating chain of events that was still unresolved 48 hours later.
"By the time you make the calls, fill out forms and wait for faxes, it's anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour of 'person time'--and for our clinical program, that's several times a day," said Dr. Malone, medical director of Aurora Senior Services in Milwaukee and head of geriatrics at Aurora Sinai Medical Center.To streamline that process, his six-geriatrician office has tapped into its experience to compile its own tip sheet for surviving Part D, the Medicare drug benefit that debuted this year. (See "Advice from the trenches: 10 tips to survive Medicare Part D.")
Those will enable you to "move to the next step," said Dr. Malone, to obtain a prior authorization.
"Stay attentive," Dr. Malone advised.
BizTimes | Health Care Heroes, 17 July 2014 [cached]
Dr. Michael L. Malone, director of geriatrics at Aurora Health Care and professor of Medicine at University Wisconsin school of medicine and public health
For families and nursing homes, "it ..., 28 Sept 2011 [cached]
For families and nursing homes, "it may be difficult to recognize that in fact, this person is in the dying process," said Dr. Michael Malone, medical director of senior services for Aurora Health Care, a network of 15 hospitals in eastern Wisconsin.
Aurora news releases, 6 Oct 2009 [cached]
"It's an honor to be included in this group of medical schools and health systems that are recognized for best practices in geriatric medicine," said Michael Malone, M.D., medical director of Senior Services for Aurora Health Care.
"The collaborative was attracted to Aurora not only because of our success in developing this model of care, but also because of our ability to effectively spread that model to all of our sites," Dr. Malone said. "Also distinctive was our work to incorporate ACE into our electronic health record system."
"Through ACE Tracker and e-Geriatrician, Aurora is able to reach thousands of seniors and improve their care," Dr. Malone said.
As health care providers struggle to deal with a shortage of geriatricians throughout the country and improve access to care for an aging population, the "e-Geriatrician" and ACE Tracker programs may provide part of the solution. The American Geriatric Society's AGS Foundation for Health in Aging projects that between 2010 and 2030, one in five Americans will be older than 65. Meanwhile, the number of certified geriatricians in the United States has declined from 8,800 to 7,100.
"That's what makes this project so vital," Dr. Malone said. "Finding better, more efficient ways to care for the elderly is more important than ever."
In addition to Aurora, the other sites chosen to participate in the Medicare Innovations Collaborative are: Carolinas Health Care Systems/Carolinas Medical Center-Mercy, Charlotte, N.C.; Crouse Hospital, Syracuse, N.Y.; Geisinger Health Systems, Danville, Pa.; Lehigh Valley Health Network, Allentown, Pa.; and University Hospitals Case Medical Center, Cleveland, Ohio. The project is being funded by the Atlantic Philanthropies.
About Michael Malone, M.D. Michael Malone, medical director of Aurora Health Care's Senior Services, is an editor of the medical textbook "The Practice of Geriatrics," Fourth Edition. (Duthie E, Katz P, Malone ML, editors. Elsevier Publishing Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 2007.) He also is a professor of medicine for the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, and medical director of the Aurora Visiting Nurse Association of Wisconsin.
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