6 May 2016

Physician Spotlight: Gerald A. Maccioli, MD, FCCM

Dr. Maccioli serves as Sheridan’s Chief Quality Officer. Before joining Sheridan in 2015, he practiced Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine for more than 27 years. He served as Director of the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) for North Carolina and as Chair of the ASA Section on Education and Research. He also served as President of the Society of Critical Care Anesthesiologists. As the Chair of the American Medical Association (AMA) Committee of Innovators, Dr. Maccioli played an influential role in developing comprehensive, progressively responsible healthcare reform strategies. He continues to serve on the AMA’s Quality Improvement Advisory Committee (QIAC) as well as the Committee on Practice Sustainability and Professional Satisfaction.

Dr. Gerald Maccioli

Dr. Maccioli is a highly respected subject matter expert on a wide range of medical topics. He has been an invited speaker at more than 70 state and national meetings on diverse topics including resuscitation, critical care medicine, public policy, payment reform and quality improvement. He also has contributed to or written more than 50 clinical papers, abstracts, editorials and book chapters. 

He completed a Fellowship in Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine at Duke University after completing his Residency in Anesthesiology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 

Dr. Maccioli is a strong advocate for ensuring care quality in the move to value-based care using a variety of approaches, including using Kaizen events for engaged process improvement and urging healthcare leaders to frame all decisions with the “quadruple aim” in mind to prevent physician burnout and improve care delivery. He’s also a proponent of optimizing pre-admissions testing and establishing standardized, evidence-based care guidelines.

Large healthcare organizations that have vast pools of data to analyze and learn from, as well as a large team of dedicated physicians, need to lead the way in care quality innovation and establishing evidence-based best practices. Dr. Maccioli’s experience, expertise and leadership are helping Sheridan do just that.