Tim is a rheumatologist and a retired Professor of Medicine from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. He has over fifty years of experience in medical research, teaching, patient care, health system administration, and consulting with practices in clinical process improvement.
Drew has a wealth of health industry experience. He has launched several innovative medical diagnostic products, including the viral load test for HIV, and worked with practices to optimize their use. He is the founder and principal of PopMed Solutions.
Why should you read this book?
“What GHCV describes has transformed our practice and medical group—population medicine delivered by highly integrated care teams, including our patients.”
— David Sikes, MD
Founding Partner and Rheumatologist
Florida Medical Clinic
Zephyr Hills, Florida
“At its core, this book is about best practices and management of resources, which cuts across multiple disciplines. I highly recommend it!”
— Michael Herring, MPA
City Manager, Retired
Chesterfield, MO / Madison, WI
As I edited their book, I discovered that the insights into what makes medical practices effective resonated with me and my own professional experiences.
— Stephanie Bedford, Attorney,
Judicial Administrator, and Editor
News & Stories in Health Care
Co-Author of Great Health Care Value Recognized by The American College of Rheumatology
Dr. Timothy Harrington, MD is the recipient of the 2019 Distinguished Clinician Scholar Award by the American College of Rheumatology (ACR). He recently co-authored the book Great Health Care Value:...
Transforming Our Health Care Delivery System to Achieve Great Health Care Value
Radio interview with Dr. Timothy Harrington by Carol Koby of All About Living, Oct 26, 2019. In their recently-released book, Great Health Care Value: Chronic Diseases, Practice Teams, and...
Dr. Timothy Harrington: Dane County has a Health Care Access Problem
By Dr. Timothy Harrington, The Capitol Times guest columnist, Oct 12, 2019 As a retired Madison rheumatologist, I hear from my physician and nurse colleagues, and many others, about the increasing...