Joel Reich, MD, FACEP
Joel Reich, MD, FACEP
Research & Practice Interests
MD, SUNY at Buffalo
MS, Health & Medical Informatics, Brandeis University
MMM, Medical Management, Carnegie Mellon University
MS, Technology & Human Affairs, Washington University
- Reich JJ: “The Physician’s View” in Ball M, et al (eds). Nursing Informatics: An Interprofessional and Global Perspective (Fifth Edition), London, Springer, In press, 2020.
- Osborne TF, Russo J, Arkwright BT, Reich JJ. “Home Telehealth” in Chau D, Osborn TF (eds). Using Technology to Improve Care of Older Adults, New York, NY, Springer Publishing Company, 2017.
- Osborne TF, Reich JJ, Arkwright BT, Russo J. On the digital road to improved home healthcare. Telehealth and Medicine Today, 2016;3(1). www.telhealthandmedtoday.com
- Reich JJ, Osborne TF. Home telehealth and the Triple Aim. Telehealth and Medicine Today, 2016. https://telehealthandmedicinetoday.com/index.php/journal/article/view/86
- McNulty A, Reich JJ. Survey and interviews examine relationships between physicians and hospitals. Physician Executive, September-October 2008:48-50.
Lecturer, Jefferson College of Population Health
Population Health Strategy and Management
Dr. Joel Reich is a health tech advisor/consultant and lecturer teaching graduate level Population Health at Jefferson College of Population Health and University of New Haven.
Dr. Reich spent the first half of his career in Emergency Medicine in an academic medical center and community healthcare system. He was the Department Chair and Medical Director of EMS, and then the Chief Medical Officer at Eastern Connecticut Health Network (ECHN). Following ECHN he was the interim Chief Medical Officer of Commonwealth Care Alliance, a unique non-profit Medicare-Medicaid dual eligibles "Social ACO" organization.
Dr. Reich has master’s degrees in Medical Management, Health & Medical Informatics, and Technology & Human Affairs. His special interests include population health, innovative care and payment models, healthcare system transformation, care management, complex populations, and health technology applications including telehealth/remote patient monitoring. He has served on for-profit, non-profit, and government boards including a medical group practice foundation, an ambulance company, a state hospital association, state, regional and local EMS advisory boards, and a Physician-Hospital Organization/Clinically Integrated Network. He has presented at national seminars on topics including Health IT/telehealth, quality improvement, and accountable care and has been active in the Accountable Care Learning Collaborative (ACLC) and the national HIMSS Physician Committee Innovation Committee, and TIGER taskforce.