Health Care Partners of Michigan (HCPM)
Ewa Matuszewski is the CEO and co-founder of Rochester, Mich. based MedNetOne Health Solutions (MedNetOne), a health care management/physicians/provider organization offering infrastructure, clinical, and technology services to more than 900 private practice physicians and other independent healthcare providers, including behavioral health specialists. Under her direction, MedNetOne is a leader in advancing the development and implementation of the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) and other advanced primary care initiatives involving physicians and their practice teams.
Throughout her many experiences in leading change, Ms. Matuszewski has promoted a vision of patient-centered health and a culture of organizational excellence. During the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, she was in the trenches with her physician members, tracking, providing, and distributing PPE packages and creating a back-to-work playbook and best practices training video that provided steps to safely re-open physician practices and were subsequently adopted for use by a variety of employers and workplaces throughout Michigan.
Ms. Matuszewski is a popular writer and nationally sought-after speaker on multi-disciplinary team based care, care management strategies following a population health approach, physician recruitment, incorporating technology into primary care, health policy analysis, Accountable Care Organizations, primary care practice management/government interface and quality improvement and validation within physician practices.
Ms. Matuszewski is also the founding Principal of the Michigan-based, IACET-accredited health care learning organization, Practice Transformation Institute (PTI), which designs, develops and delivers educational programs introducing the 21st century model of care to the health care community and medical practice teams.
Ms. Matuszewski is active in civic and professional groups including the Primary Care Collaborative (PCC) where she is an executive member, the BCBSM Stewardship Council, the BCBSM Organized Systems of Care Workgroup and the Polish American Congress. Locally, Ms. Matuszewski served on the undergraduate population health curriculum development committee at Madonna University and currently serves on the Oakland University School of Health Sciences Board of Advocacy and Resource Development.