Leadership Award Aligns with Company’s Mission of Transitioning Forward Thinking Providers and Health System from Fee for Service to Value Based Care
St. Petersburg, FL and Pascagoula, MS -- MassCare, LLC announced that Dr. Kimberly Lewis, an active member of the National Pharmaceutical Association has been awarded the Terrence Burroughs Leadership Award for 2019.
Dr. Lewis is MassCare’s lead Pharmacist at Singing River Health System, a mission-driven provider of health services and one of the largest employers on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Dr. Lewis oversees all MassCare delivered AWV and CCM solutions at Singing River to proactively address the healthcare needs of it 5,000+ Medicare patient population.
Established to honor the longtime member of the National Pharmaceutical Association, the Terrence Burroughs Pharmacy Leadership Award recognizes contributions to the profession through involvement at both the local and national levels. This individual serves as a role model in volunteer community leadership and demonstrates commitment to serving our community in various capacities.
MassCare has grown to be one of the most respected and admired AWV & CCM program providers in the country. Built upon reputation, MassCare is a leader in bringing both staff and technology solutions to the healthcare industry, offering customers a unique array of services unavailable elsewhere.
Jake Michel, Co-founder and CEO of MassCare, stated, “We’re very proud, excited but not surprised to announce that Dr. Lewis has received this prestigious recognition for her efforts within the pharmaceutical industry. Her passion, dedication and attention to her patients and community align with our company’s mission and with the mission of the NPhA.”
Dr. Lewis stated, “I am humbled to be recognized by my peers as the 2019 recipient of the Terrence Burroughs Leadership Award. Mr. Burroughs has significantly contributed to the profession of pharmacy, the National Pharmaceutical Association and the evolvement of my pharmacy career. I am truly grateful for this honor.”
MassCare proactively works with chronically ill patients to change their lifestyle and behaviors to improve outcomes and therefore lower the overall cost of healthcare. At the same time, our programs increase the level of reimbursements physicians and hospital systems earn from Medicare and commercial insurance companies.
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