David Lainoff, M.D. Named Medical Director for Population Health Management for the Crozer-Keystone Health Network (CKHN)
David Lainoff, M.D.
David Lainoff, M.D., was named Medical Director for Population Health Management for the Crozer-Keystone Health Network.
Board certified in Internal Medicine, David Lainoff, M.D., is a graduate of the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry where he also completed his residency training in the Primary Care Program in Internal Medicine at the Rochester General Hospital. Upon completion of his residency, Dr. Lainoff served as the medical director of the Outpatient Department and Medical Clinic at Rochester General Hospital. Prior to joining Crozer-Keystone, Dr. Lainoff served as a clinical assistant professor of Medicine at the University of Rochester School Of Medicine and Dentistry General Medicine Unit at Rochester General Hospital.
In this role, Dr. Lainoff will continue to lead the Patient-Centered Medical Home efforts, and to develop and implement the patient centered medical neighborhood within our specialty practices. He will also lead the population health initiatives to improve quality and cost outcomes for the populations we serve as we move toward accountable care.
“Dr. Lainoff will provide CKHN with the strong, cohesive leadership that will be needed as we move forward,” says Susan Williams, Chief Medical Officer for the Noble Health Alliance. Noble Health Alliance, composed of Abington Health, Aria Health, Crozer-Keystone Health System and Einstein Healthcare Network, is a platform for independent health systems to work together to improve the health of populations through a clinically integrated network involving highly coordinated and efficient care, while remaining attuned to the needs of their local communities.
“I am excited to lead the strategy and efforts in our comprehensive approach to improve patient centered care and to develop policies and programs that affect health care quality, access, and outcomes, ultimately improving the health of our patients,” says Lainoff.