Richard A Parker, MD Expert Witness
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Specialties & Experience

General Specialties: Internal Medicine and Medical Management

Specialty Focus: Hospital Corporate Negligence, Global payment contracts, Electronic Medical Records (EMR)(EHR), Credentialing, Risk Management, Standard of Care, Ethics, Accountable Care Organization (ACO), Hospital administration,Mental Health, Suicide, Discharge instructions, Call coverage.

Education: MD, Dartmouth Brown Program in Medicine; BA, Harvard College

Years in Practice: 27

Number of Times Deposed/Testified in Last 4 Yrs: 10


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15 years of experience in hospital and ACO administration in an organization with 1,700 specialists and 500 primary care doctors caring for 125,000 patients and generating $1.3 billion in annual global payment revenues. Responsible for developing quality department. Experience using Electronic Medical Records to improve quality. Developed and implemented strategies for reducing unnecessary medical utilization. Developed primary care networks. Developed disease management and care management programs. Experience at one of country’s top Pioneer Accountable Care Organizations (ACO). Since 2015, served as Chief Medical Officer for Arcadia Healthcare Solutions -- an EMR data aggregation and analytics company, Burlington, MA. Experienced speaker and presenter. Board Certified in Internal Medicine. 24 years of clinical experience as a primary care attending physician. Former editor of the Clinical Crossroads series in JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association). Former chief of medical services at Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, MA and New England Deaconess Psychiatric unit, Boston, MA. Former Medical Director for General Internal Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School, 2000-2015. Highly experienced expert witness. Have reviewed over 500 medical malpractice cases. Testified in 39 depositions, panel hearings and trials in multiple states -- 10 in the last 4 years.