Idaho: London Manor-Petersen
London Manor-Petersen is an improvement advisor and quality improvement consultant who has been involved with health care quality improvement with Comagine Health for the past three years. She is currently working with clinicians who are reporting MIPS for the Quality Payment Program. London is a trained lay leader for the Diabetes Self-Management Program and has been involved with various community coalition projects in Idaho. She previously worked in long-term care facilities, specifically for patients with Alzheimer's, and for various home health agencies. London received her Bachelor of Science in sociology from Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Oregon, and currently lives in Boise, Idaho.
Nevada: Aaron Hubbard, MHA
Aaron Hubbard is an improvement advisor at Comagine Health. He provides support for the Quality Payment Program, meaningful use and PQRS for over 250 physician offices in Nevada. Before joining Comagine Health in 2014, Aaron worked as a business analyst where he was part of a team that implemented lean Six Sigma principles in the hospital setting. He has a bachelor's degree in economics and Spanish from the University of Nevada, a master's degree in health care administration from UNLV and is a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.
Oregon: Seema Rathor
Senior Improvement Advisor
Seema Rathor has a clinical science background and over seven years of experience in the health care information technology industry. She is trained to support small and large clinics with electronic medical record needs and quality reporting. She has supported and implemented workflows to meet quality measures and meaningful use requirements. Seema has been educating clinics about the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) since October 2016. Her passion is training health care professionals to optimize EMR efficiency and develop lean workflows so that providers can spend more time with their families.
Utah: David R. Cook
Director of Practice Transformation
David Cook is the director of practice transformation efforts at Comagine Health. Dave facilitates trainings and activities for the Health Care Innovation Awards (HCIA), working with awardees from around the country in action groups on topics related to EMS, disparities and sepsis. Dave develops and regularly presents quality improvement trainings and is a project management and health information technology consultant. Before coming to Comagine Health in 2005, Dave worked as a laboratorian for 10 years at ARUP Laboratories as a clinical toxicologist/quality manager. He has a Bachelor of Science in medicinal chemistry from the University of Utah and a Master of Business Administration with a health care emphasis from Westminster College.
Utah: Perrin Anderl
Perrin Anderl has over 11 years of health care experience managing and directing multi-clinic operations, including outpatient and ambulatory settings. He has four years of project management experience providing support and coordination with organization senior leadership on variety of assignments and community health care improvement initiatives and is currently working for the Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organization, Comagine Health as an improvement advisor with most recent direct responsibility as the Utah state task lead for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services immunization and diabetes self-management education projects.
Washington: Jeff Sobotka, MBA
Jeff is an improvement advisor for Comagine Health. He has almost 30 years of experience in health care IT, project management, HIPAA security, and EHR selection and implementation. Jeff's worked at Comagine Health has included QPP/MIPS, meaningful use, value-based purchasing, and cardiovascular prevention and immunization initiatives supporting Million Hearts. Jeff has also provided technical and business process consulting to ambulatory groups. He has earned a Master of Business Administration degree, project management certificate and CPHIMS certification.