Henry N. Tuttle brings more than 30 years of transformative leadership experience to his role as Chief Executive Officer of Health Center Partners of Southern California. Prior to joining HCP in 2014, he served as CEO of Manet Community Health Center, Quincy, MA, during which time operating revenues increased by 39%, the employee base grew by 60% and the organization enrolled over 15,000 residents into health insurance coverage.
Previously, Henry served as CEO for Outer Cape Health Services, Cape Cod, MA, and held leadership positions at Pacific Gas and Electric Company in San Francisco and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. He earned a bachelor's in English from Boston College and is a graduate of the UCLA Anderson School Health Care Executive Program.
Henry serves on various boards and committees including San Diego Health Connect Board of Directors, the Health Services Advisory Board for San Diego County and the Healthy San Diego Joint Consumer & Professional Advisory Committee. In addition, he is a member of the National Association of Community Health Centers and serves on the health policy and legislative committees as well as the Health Center Controlled Network Task Force.
Victoria Abrams is a well-regarded and highly experienced health care executive with over 30 years' experience working with payers and providers in mature managed care markets, and will lead the strategy and execution of IHP's business, ensuring true clinical, financial and administrative integration.
Abrams' broad-based expertise has been honed over more than three decades in roles spanning a diverse array of entities within managed care ecosystems. Prior to joining IHP, she advised the leadership of the Boston Medical Center, the largest safety net provider in Massachusetts, Boston Accountable Care Organization (BACO) and Boston Healthnet Plan on implementation of the state's recently launched Medicaid ACO. She also oversaw the managed care finance and contracting functions for the commercial and Medicare value-based agreements of BACO's network of federally qualified health centers, hospitals and medical providers, working with the organization's internal strategy group, finance committee and board.
Earlier in her career, she formed and managed for 10 years a best practice medical malpractice liability purchasing group for South Shore Associated Physicians Group, a physician hospital organization subsidiary in Massachusetts; served as executive director of Memorial Healthcare's Managed Care Network (now UMASS Memorial Healthcare), where she lead the development and implementation of a managed care strategy for an integrated health system to move into global capitation value based agreements; and was regional network director for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, leading HMO provider network development and management for northeastern Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire.
Abrams earned a B.S. in community health and health education, and did post-graduate studies in healthcare management at the University of Oregon. She also completed a nine-month HMO management fellowship sponsored by the Group Health Association of America, American Association of Foundations for Medical Care and Federal Office of Health Maintenance Organizations.
Vice President of Clinical Transformation and Health Informatics
Integrated Health Partners of Southern California
Cho's comprehensive experience with health care delivery and the care continuum, leveraging health IT for evidence-based initiatives, and the maintenance of a centralized data aggregation and population health management tool will prove invaluable to the future of IHP and its member health centers.
Cho, a trained epidemiologist, will oversee the network's technology initiatives, and data aggregation, integrity and analysis to improve clinical quality measures, leading towards actionable reporting for health center providers.
Prior to joining IHP, Cho worked at Scripps Health since 2006, where she most recently held the position of Corporate Director of Population Health Analytics for Scripps Accountable Care Organization (ACO), Health Plan, and the Qualcomm Premier ACO. In this role, she headed the population health data science team to support the transformation of big data into actionable insights to drive improvement in clinical outcomes for value-based populations. In previous positions at Scripps, Cho led reporting and analytics for Corporate Quality Assurance and the Project Management Office. Cho received her B.S. in biological sciences from the University of the Pacific and her M.P.H. in research epidemiology from Loma Linda University.
Chief Medical Officer, Integrated Health Partners of Southern California
Medical Director, Health Quality Partners of Southern California
A Family Physician, Dr. Schultz sees patients at Neighborhood Healthcare, where he has been Chief Medical Officer since 2001, and as a part-time hospitalist at Palomar Medical Center. He has been instrumental in growing health center operations, improving patient access to specialty services, adopting new technologies and achieving Patient Centered Medical Home accreditation. Presently, Dr. Shultz also serves as Medical Director for Project Access San Diego.
Before joining Neighborhood Healthcare, Dr. Schultz served as President and Medical Director of Graybill Medical Group in San Diego County. He received his medical degree from University of California, Los Angeles, and a master's in business administration from California State University, San Marcos. Dr. Schultz is a candidate for an international Diploma in Mountain Medicine and working toward a Fellowship in the Wilderness Medical Society.