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Rochester, Mich. –June 18, 2018 – Ewa Matuszewski, CEO and co-founder of MedNetOne Health Solutions (MedNetOne), a health care management organization offering infrastructure, clinical and technology services to more than 800 private practice physicians and other independent care providers including behavioral health specialists, has been selected for inclusion in the Crain’s Detroit Business inaugural Notable Women in Health Care list, featuring acclaimed women professionals from throughout Michigan working in the private and public sector, including physician organizations, hospitals, health plans and home health and mental health agencies.

The women healthcare professionals were selected based on their career accomplishments, community and non-profit involvement and mentorship of others in their field. Crain Content Studio worked with advisors in the healthcare profession to review nominations and select the final honorees. Matuszewski’s profile for the Notable Women in Health Care, which is included in the June 18 issue of Crain’s Detroit Business, can be viewed here.

Matuszewski is a champion of innovative primary care and chronic care initiatives. She has guided MedNetOne since its founding in 1981 as a traditional physician’s organization (P.O.).  Today, MedNetOne is not only a P.O., but a supporter and advocate of broad-based primary care initiatives such as the Patient-Centered Medical Home and Patient-Centered Medical Home Neighborhood and the High Intensity Care Management (HICM) model for the frail, elderly and homebound population.  As a result of her efforts in raising awareness of the role that Social Determinants of Health (#SDOH) play in overall health and wellness, MedNetOne partnered with the Oakland University School of Health Sciences to jointly present a first of its kind #SDOH symposium in Michigan on April 18 titled “Better Upstream Health for Better Downstream Care.

Matuszewski’s areas of expertise are health policy analysis, physician workforce strategies, physician practice environment, primary care team leadership, and primary care practice management/governance interface. She has consulted with medical societies and state, local, national and international health care organizations and has been a frequent speaker on the management of innovation and primary care-based chronic illness programs.

Matuszewski is also the founding Principal of the Michigan-based, IACET-accredited health care learning organization, Practice Transformation Institute (PTI), which designs, develops and delivers educational programs introducing the 21st century model of medicine to the health care community and medical practice teams.

Matuszewski is active in civic and professional groups including the Patient Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC) where she is an executive member, BCBSM Stewardship Council, BCBSM Organized Systems of Care Workgroup, BCBSM High Intensity Care Management Workgroup, Advocates for the Michigan Osteopathic Association and the Michigan Primary Care Consortium.  She also served on the URAC Patient-Centered Health Care Home (PCHCH) Advisory Group. Locally, Matuszewski serves on the Oakland University School of Health Sciences Advisory Board. She delivered the commencement address at the graduation ceremony for the Oakland University School of Health Sciences in April, 2017. Matuszewski holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wayne State University.

About MedNetOne Health Solutions

Based in Rochester, Mich., MedNetOne Health Solutions is a leader in advancing the development and implementation of the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) and advanced primary care. Its physician/provider members are focused on fully integrated, population-based, patient-centric practices that enhance patient outcomes and meet government healthcare reform mandates. Learn more here.