Randall S Messier M.T., M.S.A, PCMH CCE

Randy Messier, MT, MSA, PCMH CCE_________________________ Randy Messier, MT, MSA, PCMH CCE is currently contracted coaching faculty for The Dartmouth Institute Microsystem Academy (TDIMA), a Senior Associate at The Dartmouth Institute in the e-Coach-The-Coach Program, a private consultant at Randy Messier, LLC and Senior Associate at the Tupelo Group. Works with large and small clinics and organizations using Clinical Microsystems Quality Improvement in implementing an NCQA recognized Medical Home. Consults as a Quality Improvement Coach, through TDIMA, with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation working with hospital based CF clinics across the United States providing leadership development, team development, quality improvement and measurement training. Consults with the Vermont Medical Societies Physician Education Foundation working to create physician leadership and education communities in Vermont as well as with many other health care organizations and groups.

Randy has 29 years of experience in many aspects of health care from laboratory and hospital facility based management to outpatient primary care clinic management, leadership development as well as NCQA Medical Home and Community Care Team development within Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine and Virginia. Faculty NCQA 2015 and 2016 National Congress Randy was co-author of an article in the Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, March 2009, Volume 16, Number 1, titled, The problem of Integrating Behavioral Health in the Medical Home and the Questions it Leads to. Randy also co-authored an article in Translational Behavioral Medicine: Practice, Policy and Research titled, Mental Health, Substance Abuse and Health Behavior Intervention As Part of the Patient Centered Medical Home: A Case Study. For many years Randy has been Adjunct Clinical Faculty and a member of the Curriculum Committee in the Medical Laboratory Sciences program at the University of Vermont. Randy is active in his community and is past President of the Board of Northwestern Counseling and Support Services, a large community mental health agency in Vermont.

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