Chair, Quality and Research

Mary Jane Osmick, MD

Vice President and Medical Director

American Specialty Health

Mary Jane Osmick, MD is the vice president and medical director of medical services. Dr. Osmick joins ASH having served as a physician executive with many years of experience in disease management, case management, quality management, provider management, and utilization management. For the past 6+ years, she was vice president and medical director for StayWell Health Management, which included her work with LifeMasters Supported Self-Care Inc., a company which was acquired by StayWell in 2010.

Dr. Osmick was responsible for leading a team to design and implement a behavioral-based coaching model which, based on outcomes, won the 2009 Care Continuum Alliance Quality and Innovation Award. Her knowledge and experience will be invaluable to the implementation and success of the Healthyroads ® Condition Coaching program, which will provide disease management services and chronic illness coaching effective January 1, 2012 as part of Healthyroads' Total Population Health Management programs.

Dr. Osmick is a board-certified internal medicine medical physician serving in direct patient care for 18 years. She received her medical degree from Temple University Medical School, and completed her medical residency at the University of Pennsylvania. She worked as a physician executive at Crozer Keystone Health System in southeastern Pennsylvania, a tertiary care health system, leading quality and case management, as well as building some of the first provider-based disease management (DM) programs.

Additionally, she served as the medical director of the Crozer Keystone Health System employed-physician group and as chief medical officer of their Medicare Plus Choices Demonstration. Subsequently, Dr. Osmick served as national medical director for Disease Management and Health Promotion at CIGNA (Intracorp). She also co-founded a start-up that developed online-enabled interactive games for health to support individuals with health conditions.