Christopher Tashjian Joins SEHQC Board of Directors
CHARLESTON, SC, December 1, 2016 — The SE Healthcare Quality Consulting Board of Directors announced Christopher Tashjian, MD, has joined their board effective September 17, 2016.
Dr. Tashjian is a board-certified physician and Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians and a thought leader who is active in setting policy for the medical community. He is currently a Partner of Vibrant Health Family Clinics (formerly River Falls/Ellsworth/Spring Valley Medical Clinics) in Wisconsin.
Among his board positions, Dr. Tashjian is Chair of the Board of Directors for Constellation Mutual; a Health IT Fellow; Co-Chair of the Medical Board of Governors and Chair of the Health Transformation Committee for the Board of Directors of HealthPartners Inc.; and he also currently serves on the Scientific Advisory Board of the National Forum for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention and the Medical Advisor to Metastar, Wisconsin’s QIO.
In addition, Dr. Tashjian is a board member for Matter, a non-profit organization out of Minneapolis committed to expanding access to health around the world.
Dr. Tashjian’s special medical interests include EMR, public health, emergency medicine, quality care & measurement, and physician leadership.
About SE Healthcare Quality Consulting
SE Healthcare Quality Consulting is a physician-driven quality, safety, and analytics consulting firm headquartered in Charleston, SC. Its consultants and directors are experienced clinicians holding national leadership positions in a variety of medical and surgical specialties.
Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minn., Constellation is a growing partnership of mutual liability insurers and health service partners. It’s made up of organizations that unite to provide solutions and support to physicians and other health care providers. Formed in 2012 as a response to an increasingly challenging market; Constellation is guided by its own board of directors comprised of physicians, medical liability professionals and health care leaders.