Philip Nenon serves as a dedicated advisor for Crimson Medical Referrals. In this capacity, Philip works with member organizations during implementation to perform a comprehensive workflow analysis of their existing referral process, staffing, and gaps in operations or information.
He then defines and recommends workflow improvements leveraging the CMR electronic referral tool and best practices from the member cohort. He works with leaders and practice staff at member organizations, along with his colleagues in CMR service and delivery, to optimize each member’s unique organization, referral process, and patient care needs.
In parallel, he works extensively with each member’s reporting requirements to provide accurate, timely, and actionable data, ensuring members track measurable impact and areas of opportunity over time. Philip is also responsible for system-wide CMR platform utilization growth, as well as expansion beyond ambulatory into ancillary and care coordination to guarantee a successful program launch, utilization growth, and sustained value creation across the organization.
Philip has worked with a number of members managing various populations and organizational priorities. He has worked most closely with large health care systems employing PCPs and specialists, either with affiliates or within an emerging provider network such as an IPA, a CIN, or an ACO.
Philip has over 30 years of experience working with enterprise clients and members to introduce new technology. As a founding employee of this tool as a start-up prior to acquisition, he is the resident expert in platform capabilities and new areas of use.
Philip is also familiar with EMRs, Meaningful Use, and other IT-related technical challenges requiring dedicated advisor support for the Crimson services team. He is passionate about the expansion of electronic referrals and CMR as a tool to improve collaboration across the continuum of care. He also sees CMR as an actionable way to improve patient health populations, as well as to improve the difficult referral-related tasks burdening office staff and distracting from higher-value patient care and interaction.