PHILADELPHIA – May 20, 2019 – Turn-Key Health (TKH), an Enclara Healthcare company, serving health plans, provider organizations and their members who experience a serious or advanced illness, is pleased to announce that Dr. Scott Howell, D.O., MPH&TM, CPE, has joined its advisory board. Howell brings over three decades of extensive payer and provider experience, having served in executive level roles at United Healthcare/Optum, AIDS Healthcare Foundation and Heritage Provider Network, a delegated medical group.
Contributing subject matter expertise in palliative care, analytics, clinical quality, network integration and payment models, Howell has performed international service in Russia, Ukraine, Guatemala, Honduras and Haiti. After 30 years Howell continues to see patients at an academic medical center with inpatient and outpatient consults.
“Scott is a remarkable physician and healthcare leader. His combination of clinical experience, industry stewardship, and business savvy will advance Turn-Key’s goals to effectively address the needs of individuals struggling with the physical, psychological and other challenges resulting from an advanced or serious illness,” says Greer Myers, President, Turn-Key. “While his expertise and professional acumen are impressive, his deeply-rooted personal mission to improve quality of remaining life for members and their caregivers faced with this challenge is what truly created a compelling partnership.”
After serving the U.S. military for 25 years, Dr. Howell is retired from the Air Force Reserves at the rank of Colonel, with his last assignment at the Office of Secretary of Defense the Department of Defense, Inspector General, Special Plans and Operations concentrating on policy including the Wounded Warrior Program, BioAssurity, and the Ebola Outbreak Assessment.
About Turn-Key Health
Turn-Key Health an Enclara Healthcare company, serves health plans, provider organizations and their members who are experiencing a serious or advanced illness. Its Palliative Illness Management™ (PIM™) model introduces a new, innovative option to improve care quality, address costs and reduce burdens associated with life-limiting illnesses.