Jeffrey Brasie has been appointed as the first executive director of the Michigan Primary Care Consortium, an organization that advocates for care collaboration and for transforming primary-care practices into patient-centered medical homes. The MPCC was formed in 2006 as part of the Michigan Department of Community Health and then was reorganized as a not-for-profit corporation in December 2009.
Brasie, 64, has held management positions with McLaren Health System, Sisters of Mercy and Sisters of Bon Secours, according to an MPCC news release (DOC). He also served as president and CEO of Volunteers of America of Central Ohio and as executive director the Recreation Unlimited-National Challenge for People with Disabilities.
Brasie co-edited a forthcoming college textbook on executive management of not-for-profit organizations, according to the release.