Dr. Terrence O'Malley, MD.
Dr. O’Malley is the Co-Chair for Clinical Transitions and former Medical Director for Non-Acute Care Services at Partners HealthCare, an integrated healthcare delivery system in Eastern Massachusetts founded by Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. He is currently Medical Director at two facilities in the Boston area, has directed a large primary care group practice, and developed an extensive nursing home program and held many clinical and administrative positions at the practice. He is the Co-Investigator for IMPACT (Improving Massachusetts Post Acute Care Transfers), an ONC Challenge grant that established a standardized set of data elements to support transitions of care and longitudinal coordination of care and tested the effect of electronic health information exchange on health care service utilization.
Dr. O’Malley received his Doctor of Medicine from Cornell University Medical College, completed his internship and residency in primary care internal medicine at the Massachusetts General Hospital and is board certified in Internal Medicine.
Dr. Paul Spiegel, MD.
Paul Spiegel, MD is the current Medical Director and Chief of the Hospitalist Service at Good Samaritan Medical Center, Brockton, MA, the largest acute care hospital in the Steward Health System. Dr. Spiegel is the former Medical Director and Department Chief at Beverly Hospital, Beverly, MA and Beth Israel-Needham, Needham, MA.
Dr. Spiegel specializes in Adult Hospital Medicine and Adult Nephrology. He is board certified Internal Medicine with a subspecialty in Nephrology. He graduated The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University Medical School in 1999 and did his residency at Beth Israel Medical Center, New York for Internal Medicine and Nephrology fellowship at Lenox Hill Hospital, New York. He has received professional recognition including Outstanding Physician at Beth Israel Hospital – Needham.
Dr. Spiegel resides in Needham, MA with his wife and son. His interests include playing squash.
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