Dr. Alix Pose is an experienced quality and transformation officer with a demonstrated history of working in the community health care industry. She is skilled in epidemiology, prevention, health promotion, health care management, and telemedicine. She is a health care professional with an MD degree in family medicine (licensed in France), a master in public health from the Yale School of Public Health, and a master’s degree focused in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the University of Bridgeport and holds a license in acupuncture from the state of CT.
As the chief quality & transformation officer, Dr. Pose reports to the chief executive officer with a dotted line to our chief medical officer, is the lead executive overseeing quality and clinical transformation across OPTIMUS Health Care, and also supervises the Department of Integrative Medicine, promoting quality, performance improvement, and clinical effectiveness in the clinician community, and partners with other members of the senior leadership team to strengthen and grow clinical programs and enhance patient safety, clinical quality, and patient satisfaction.
In collaboration with other senior leaders, Dr. Pose is responsible for setting and implementing a culture of excellence in the delivery of clinical services and fosters clinical leadership and engagement as necessary for care redesign across the system. She is responsible for planning, developing, and executing strategies for care delivery process improvement, cultural transformation, performance measurement in partnership with patient care design, data warehousing, and analytics. She leads the organization’s efforts to attain and maintain top performance as measured by HRSA and other publicly reported methodologies as well as champion the work efforts around safety and zero-harm across the care continuum and partners with leadership to lead zero harm improvements in partnership with the chief compliance officer. This collaboration includes the oversite of the patient complaint process, tracking and trending patient complaints, responses and areas for improvement.