CLINT MACKINNEY, MD, MS
Dr. MacKinney has worked in health care for over 30 years – the first 14 years as a rural family physician, practicing the full scope of family medicine. He has both owned a private practice and worked with a large health care system. Dr. MacKinney worked as Medical Director for a globally-capitated primary care group with 210 employees and a $50 million budget. He also worked for 8 years as a national rural health care consultant. In addition to his professorship at the University of Iowa, Dr. MacKinney currently works as an emergency department physician in rural Minnesota.
Dr. MacKinney is a member of the Rural Policy Research Institute (RUPRI) Health Panel and has served on national committees for the Institute of Medicine, the Department of Health and Human Services, the American Academy of Family Physicians, and the American Medical Association. In his capacity as a rural health advocate, Dr. MacKinney writes and presents nationally. Dr. MacKinney's professional interests include rural health system transformation, health care value, physician/administration relationships, physician payment, rural health policy, and population-based health care.
Dr. MacKinney offers a Rural focus for the following topics
• Volume to value transformation
• Physician – hospital relationships
• Payer to provider risk transfer
• Accountable care organizations
• Value-based care and value-based payment
- Health Care Reform
- Population Health
- Group Facilitator
- Keynote Presenter