The Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC) has named David K. Nace, MD, current medical director at McKesson, as the first vice chairman of its board of directors.
Nace has actively served since 2008 as a founding co-chair of the Washington, D.C.-based PCPCC's Center for eHealth Information Adoption and Exchange and has served on the organization's 10-member board of directors since 2010. Earlier this year, Nace worked to help establish the PCPCC's Center for Accountable Care.
Nace has served as a consultant for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics/Wharton School of Business and the United Nations Business Council. He has also served as an advisor to the World Federation on Mental Health, the World Health Organization and the International Labor Organization on issues ranging from health promotion and wellness to employer policy and healthcare financing issues.
Prior to his role at McKesson, Nace served as a senior vice president and corporate medical director with United Health Group, vice president and chief medical officer with Aetna and founding principle of Health Strategy Solutions, a benefits consulting firm serving employers. He has also held medical directorships in a variety of academic and community healthcare organizations.