Dr. Grundy known as the Godfather of the PCMH has spent 4 decades focused on population health built on a platform of a healing relationship of trust in primary care. Winner of the Barbara Starfield Patient Centered Primary Care, the NCQA Quality and the Sappington, The Second order of the Panda from the Governor of Sichuan – awards for his work in primary care transformation.
Paul spent over 17 years as an executive at IBM where he was Chief Medical Officer and Global Director, Healthcare Transformation, IBM HCLS Industry and a member of the IBM Industry Academy prior to retirement from IBM in 2018. He is a Healthcare Ambassador for the nation of Denmark, one of 7 given the Honorary Life Member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, and only American awarded an Honorary Lifetime Membership in the Irish National Association of General Practice and the National Association of Primary Care in the United Kingdom.
Adjunct Professor at the University of California San Francisco Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Colorado School of Medicine Department of Family and Community Medicine and the University of Utah Department of Family and Preventive Medicine. Member of National Academy of Science’s National Academy of Medicine and a member of its leadership forum, Director of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) board which Accredits residency training in both the USA and Singapore
Dr. Grundy is the founding president of the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative. Dr. Grundy served in the Carter, Reagan, Bush 1 and Clinton administrations and is a retired senior diplomat with the rank of Minister Consular U.S. State Department. He served In Singapore for three years as a medical Director at International SOS. Paul Grundy spent much of his youth in Sierra Leone, West African where his parents worked. He went to Medical School at the University of California San Francisco did his residency training in Preventive Medicine and Public Health and post doc fellowship in International Occupational Medicine at Johns Hopkins. Paul is the Coauthor of Lost and Found: A Consumer’s Guide to Healthcare and Provider-Led Population Health Management: Key Healthcare Strategies in the Cognitive Era.