Interim Chief Executive Officer, OneCare Vermont
Abe Berman is the interim chief executive officer of OneCare Vermont. Abe has more than a decade of progressive leadership experience in healthcare reimbursement and strategy with expertise in value based care models and payment reform.
He also serves as Vice President of Revenue Strategy for the University of Vermont Health Network (UVMHN) where he focuses on the transition toward value-based and fixed revenue streams. Leading the way in health care reform in Vermont, Abe was instrumental in the founding of OneCare and the creation of programs that were key first steps in UVMHN’s transition from fee for service to value based reimbursement. Prior to his current role, he served in a variety of positions with the UVM Medical Center, Vermont Managed Care and OneCare before moving on to progressive executive leadership opportunities in provider network management for UnitedHealthcare.
Abe holds a BA in Psychology from New York University, an MS in Accountancy from the University of Notre Dame, an MS in Health Care Delivery Science from Dartmouth College and is a Fellow of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (FHFMA). Outside of work, Abe enjoys spending time with his family as well as engaging in a variety of outdoor activities including skiing and cycling. Abe resides in Shelburne, Vermont with his wife and daughter.
Sara Barry, MPH
Chief Operating Officer, OneCare Vermont
Sara Barry, MPH, is chief operating officer (COO) for OneCare Vermont Accountable Care Organization. Sara Barry has been with OneCare for nearly four years, most recently leading our clinical, quality, analytics, and informatics teams as senior director of value based care. She has 20 years of experience with designing, conducting, and evaluating health care improvement initiatives, both statewide and nationally. Prior to her tenure at OneCare, Barry served on the faculty in the department of pediatrics at the University of Vermont College of Medicine, where she was responsible for administrative, fiscal, and operational management of the Vermont Child Health Improvement program. The work there included accountability for strategic planning, program and policy development, grant writing, staff development, and effective and efficient day-to-day operations. Barry is a seasoned quality improvement trainer, facilitator, and coach. She’s worked with hundreds of clinical teams to implement topic-specific quality improvement projects. Barry received her master’s in public health from Dartmouth Medical School’s Center for Evaluative Clinical Sciences; has completed additional post-graduate work in leadership, health policy, and research; and is working on her PhD in Leadership and Change. She also consults nationally with health care delivery and health care improvement organizations to improve the capacity of the clinical workforce to achieve significant improvements in health care delivery and health outcomes.
Carrie Wulfman, MD
Chief Medical Officer, OneCare Vermont
Dr. Carrie Wulfman is chief medical officer (CMO) for OneCare Vermont Accountable Care Organization. As CMO at OneCare, Dr. Wulfman provides overall clinical leadership and direction and serves as the senior clinical representative with government, public, and commercial insurers. Using her primary care viewpoint and experience, Dr. Wulfman is a facilitator and promoter of value-based care involvement by all the members throughout the state—sharing the benefits of the OneCare model and maximizing participation. Dr. Wulfman is a family medicine physician of 30 years, currently practicing at Brandon Primary Care in Addison County and continues to practice while holding the position of chief medical officer at OneCare Vermont. In addition, Dr. Wulfman held the position of chief medical officer at Porter from 2016-2019 and medical director at Helen Porter Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center in Middlebury, VT from 2013-2016. Most recently, Dr. Wulfman was the population health physician liaison for OneCare Vermont and the UVM Health Network, a role that supports clinical care delivery transformation, value-based care policies and contracts, and provider performance under accountable care contracts to improve the health of Vermonters. Dr. Wulfman graduated with honors from Indiana University School Of Medicine and completed her residency at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, PA.
Tom Borys, MBA
Chief Financial Officer, OneCare Vermont
Before joining OneCare, Tom Borys, MBA, spent twelve years serving in various financial capacities for the Howard Center. Working in the area of mental and behavioral health, Tom became interested in payment reforms that allowed for more flexible and patient-focused care models while enhancing financial stability for health care providers. This led Tom to join OneCare in 2017 as an opportunity to address these issues on a larger scale. Tom is responsible for leading OneCare’s core financial functions. He oversees the necessary planning and execution of the complex strategy required to support the ongoing implementation of statewide value-based care in Vermont, ensures successful financial operations, and is responsible for the development of the annual budget that includes health care spending for lives covered by Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial insurers. Other important functions performed include contract negotiation, development of financial reform models, forecasting, operational analysis, and financial analysis. Tom received a bachelor’s degree in finance from University of Vermont and his MBA from Champlain College.
Regina K. Alexander, FACHE, CHC
Chief Compliance and Privacy Officer, OneCare Vermont
Regina is a principal in BerryDunn’s Healthcare Practice Group and director of the firm’s IRO services and is serving as chief compliance and privacy officer. She brings over 30 years of health care compliance experience.
Regina’s credentials include Certification in Healthcare Compliance (CHC) through the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) and board-certified Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives® (FACHE). Prior to joining BerryDunn, she served in director-level leadership roles on both the provider and payer side of healthcare.
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