GLPTN Quality Improvement Advisor
Andrew Cabamalan, MHIHIM, serves as a quality improvement advisor (QIA) for the Great Lakes Practice Transformation Network (GLPTN), a 32-partner consortium dedicated to guiding 11,500 Midwest-based providers toward value-based care. In this role, Andrew coaches GLPTN-participating clinicians through the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation’s five phases of patient-centric practice transformation, utilizing a “Transformational Change Toolkit” to help them meet associated milestones as well as clinical and operational results.
Previously, Andrew served as an associate advisor at PHA, where he focuseed on supporting Indiana healthcare providers in their adoption of electronic health records (EHR) systems and their attestation to EHR Meaningful Use requirements.
Andrew is an alumni of the University of Washington where he earned a bachelor's degree in business administration as well as a master’s degree in health informatics and information management. Prior to joining PHA, Andrew worked on a sales team dedicated to Ultrasound Clinical Education and Imaging Systems at Philips HealthTech.