Primary Care Collaborative announces new Board officers

January 30, 2020 (WASHINGTON, DC) – The Primary Care Collaborative (PCC) today announced the appointment of Darilyn Moyer, MD, FACP; Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer, American College of Physicians (ACP), as Chair of the PCC Board of Directors. Moyer has been a member of the Board for three years and most recently served as Vice Chair. She has not only been vital in helping PCC move toward the quadruple aim of better care, better health, lower costs, and greater joy for clinicians and staff, but has also been integral in leading ACP to take decisive action toward improving primary care, including their recent statement calling for healthcare reform.

“I am thrilled to take the helm of the PCC Board,” said Moyer. “This organization brings together stakeholders that share a common passion – making primary care the foundation of our health system. Doing so will improve quality, affordability, and make our system more responsive to patient needs and preferences.”

Moyer replaces Jill Hummel, JD, President & General Manager, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Connecticut (Anthem) who now serves as the Immediate Past Board Chair. During her tenure as Chair, Hummel worked tirelessly to strengthen the PCC and support its efforts to advocate for primary care.

In addition, Mark Del Monte, JD, CEO & Executive Vice President, American Academy of Pediatrics, has been named the Vice Chair.

“The PCC Board is a microcosm of the PCC membership,” said Ann Greiner, President and Chief Executive Officer, Primary Care Collaborative.  “Its diversity is its strength. We believe uniting disparate voices around payment and delivery reform efforts is the way to best achieve the kind of care envisioned by the Shared Principles of primary care.” 


About the Board officers:

Darilyn V. Moyer is the Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of the American College of Physicians (ACP), the largest medical specialty organization in the United States. ACP members include 159,000 internal medicine physicians (internists), related subspecialists, and medical students. Board certified in internal medicine and infectious diseases, Moyer has been a Fellow of ACP (FACP) since 1995. She currently practices part time at Temple University Internal Medicine Associates.  

Jill Hummel currently serves as the President & General Manager of Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Connecticut (Anthem). In this role she is responsible for the management of Anthem’s local Commercial group and individual business, including sales, account management, provider relations and contracting, underwriting and product delivery. She is also responsible for the development of Anthem’s long-term strategic direction and collaborates with key stakeholders to drive improvements in healthcare access, quality, experience, outcomes and affordability. Hummel has a law degree from Washington University and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Rochester.

Mark Del Monte serves as CEO/Executive Vice President of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). In this capacity, Mark leads a chief executive team for the organization which serves 67,000 pediatrician, pediatric medical subspecialist, and pediatric surgical specialist members. Prior to this role, Mark served as the AAP’s Chief Deputy and Senior Vice President for Advocacy and External Affairs where he directed the organization’s communications, public relations and advocacy activities. Mark holds a law degree from the University of California (Berkeley) and a bachelor’s degree from Gonzaga University.


About PCC:

Founded in 2006, Primary Care Collaborative (PCC), formerly known as Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative, is a nonprofit multi-stakeholder membership organization dedicated to advancing an effective and efficient health system built on a strong foundation of primary care and the patient-centered medical home. Representing a broad group of public and private organizations, PCC’s mission is to unify and engage diverse stakeholders in promoting policies and sharing best practices that support growth of high-performing primary care and achieve the “Quadruple Aim”: better care, better health, lower costs, and greater joy for clinicians and staff in delivery of care.

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