Dr. Koenig is a senior vice president with The Camden Group specializes in developing and designing clinical integration strategies, medical management programs, and value-based care delivery and payment models. She has worked with a variety of healthcare organizations, from individual physician groups and health systems to academic health systems and Fortune 50 companies, guiding them as they look for solutions to their specific challenges. Dr. Koenig is skilled in utilization and quality management, including setting metrics to help organizations deliver accountable care, as well as in the development of provider networks and incentive systems.
At The Camden Group, she leads the clinical integration practice which includes the design and implementation of numerous Medicare and commercial ACOs. She has assisted clients in their strategic planning as it relates to clinical integration and value-based care delivery as well as the necessary operational, financial, and clinical care model development. She is an expert in involving and developing physician leadership as part of an organization’s strategy.
Prior to joining The Camden Group, Dr. Koenig served as senior vice president and Chief Medical Officer of SummaCare, Inc./Apex, Inc., the insurance and third party administrator (“TPA”) arm of Summa Health System. She was responsible for the operations, contracting, and clinical policy development for the organization, and its over 200,000 members throughout Ohio, Florida, Vermont, and Tennessee. Dr. Koenig also maintained a clinical presence as a practicing physician and a faculty member of the internal medicine residency program at Akron City Hospital, one of Summa Health System’s six hospitals. She also previously served as medical director at SummaCare and at Ohio Health Choice.
She was appointed to serve on Ohio’s Medicaid Task Force as well as the Ohio Health Care Coverage and Quality Council (“OHCCQC”). While on the OHCCQC, Dr. Koenig was assigned to both the Medical Home Task Force and the Payment Reform Task Force. The Payment Reform Task Force was an advisory group to Ohio’s Office of Health Transformation.
Dr. Koenig is board certified in Internal Medicine with added qualifications in geriatric medicine. She is also a Fellow of the American College of Physicians, has Advanced Standing Status with the American College of Physician Executives, and is a Diplomat of the American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians. She is a professor in internal medicine at Northeast Ohio Medical College (“NEOMED”).