UPCOMING WEBINAR: How Managing Sleep Medicine Has Saved One ACO Millions - Hosted by ACO Exhibit Hall

  • Thursday, September 24, 2020 @4 pm EST
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WASHINGTON, DC USA -- ACCOUNTABLE CARE UPDATE NEWS SERVICE™ -- SEPTEMBER 22, 2020: By integrated home sleep testing and apnea care management Sharp Community Medical Group (SCMG) has reduced high cost utilization by over 90% during the past decade. Learn how your ACO can find meaningful savings by integrating a virtual sleep management program.

Lynne Milgram, MD, MBA
Chief Medical Officer
Sharp Community Medical Group

Lynne Milgram, MD has been with Sharp Community since 1997 and currently supervises the Medical and Associate Medical Directors as well as the Pharmacy Department. Her day-to-day responsibilities include nursing and pharmacy clinical and quality reviews, along with actively reviewing opportunities for efficiencies and improving quality of care with physicians in their practices. She also is responsible for the Quality and Utilization Management Committees, and serves on the Executive Committee and Sharp Community Board of Directors. Dr. Milgram has practiced medicine in San Diego since 1980, first in private practice, then as Medical Director of Outpatient Services at Harbor View Medical Center in downtown San Diego. Dr. Milgram also served as Medical Director of two national health plans first with Cigna Healthcare of San Diego followed by UnitedHealthcare.

Dominic Munafo MD, FABSM
Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Munafo is board certified in sleep medicine and internal medicine. He has more than 25 years of experience diagnosing and treating patients with sleep-disordered breathing. Dr. Munafo received his M.D. from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. He completed his residency in internal medicine at Baylor and spent additional time researching the cardiovascular consequences of sleep-disordered breathing. He completed a four-year pulmonary/critical care fellowship at the University of California San Diego, and joined the institution’s faculty in 1993 as an assistant professor. In 1995, he entered a pulmonary/critical care and sleep private practice in North County San Diego and worked there until becoming Sleep Data’s medical director in June 2000.

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