Theme Leader, Care Redesign
Member of the NEJM Catalyst Leadership Board

Amy Compton-Phillips, MD

Executive Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer
Providence St. Joseph Health


Amy Compton-Phillips, MD, is Executive Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer for Providence St. Joseph Health. She oversees Clinical Care for the system, focused on creating high-value health outcomes for every individual seen. Key interest areas include developing cutting edge care through research, advanced access to care through innovation, highly reliable care processes through physician partnerships and systems design, and building the health care workforce of the future.

Dr. Compton-Phillips has an extensive background in directing patient care programs and leading health care organizations to broad-based improvements.

Prior to joining Providence in August 2015, Dr. Compton-Phillips served as the Chief Quality Officer at the Permanente Federation, where she focused on improving the value of care delivery. During her tenure, Dr. Compton-Phillips was a key organizational leader in developing capacity in patient-driven design, enhancing clinical outcomes and the care experience, and addressing the affordability of care.

Dr. Compton-Phillips is a board-certified internist, author, and Theme Leader for NEJM Catalyst. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Johns Hopkins University and earned her medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine.

Health 2.0: Decoupling Geography from Health Care - Amy Compton-Phillips Access to Care Talk Still

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Health 2.0: Decoupling Geography from Health Care

Resolving the mismatch between where patients are and where care is offered.

Many Patients Who Would Benefit from Palliative - End-of-Life Care Do Not Receive It

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Care Redesign Survey: The Power of Palliative Care

Our NEJM Catalyst Insights Council survey on palliative care reveals an interesting dichotomy: While the great majority of organizations have a palliative or end-of-life care program, 60% of patients who would benefit from such services don’t receive them.

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Questing for Data to Create a Healthier World

How do we create a future where we continue the trajectory of making life better year after year?

Data Analytics Improves Clinical Care

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Care Redesign Survey: How Data and Analytics Improve Clinical Care

Data and analytics are a key means for clinicians, clinical leaders, and executives to transform health care delivery. Yet health care organizations have work to do in getting measures right and much to learn about effective use of data, according to our most recent Insights Council survey.

Rural Health Care Is Rated Comparable or Worse Across Quadruple Aim Aspects

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Care Redesign Survey: Lessons Learned from and for Rural Health

Although care delivery models in rural and urban/suburban areas are distinct, by virtue of geographic density and resource availability, each locale affords lessons for the other.

Health Care Organizations Only Occassionally Apply Design Thinking

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Care Redesign Survey: How Design Thinking Can Transform Health Care

Health care leaders and frontline clinicians are eager to embrace design thinking. Yet its principles are not widely applied.

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We Owe Our Nation Something Different

This is national trauma — we have so much morbidity from mental health and illness, and yet it’s the system we’ve designed.

How Adequate Are Your Organization's Mental and Behavioral Health Services to Meet the Needs of the Patient Population?

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Care Redesign Survey: It’s Time to Treat Physical and Mental Health with Equal Intent

By neglecting mental and behavioral health, our society has made it virtually impossible to succeed in holistic health, and thus to improve health outcomes.

Preventable Contributions to Death in USA Public Health Social Determinants of Health Mental and Behavioral Health

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Up-Streamism: Health in the 21st Century

With a concerted effort that incorporates principles of understanding, engaging, and connecting with diverse communities, health care leaders can impact patients’ lives early on, preventing adverse conditions and improving outcomes.

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The “Give a Darn” Method for Outcomes Measurement

Providence St. Joseph uses the “give a darn” method to deliver value — what makes a difference to patients makes it on the short list.

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