Value-Based Care: A Case Study in Tandigm Health (Health Care Conference)


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If you attended the Health Care Conference on June 13-14, 2016, this course would be considered a duplicate and cannot be used towards your CPE requirement. Review national and local market challenges that result from health care cost and quality.

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Hear Anthony Coletta, MD, MBA, cover the following:

  • Independence's facilitated health networks
  • Progress to date and lessons learned
  • Early insights from the west coast
  • Critical role of primary care physicians, patients, and families
  • How Tandigm Health is disrupting the health care cycle


Anthony V. Coletta, MD, MBA

Chief Executive Officer

Tandigm Health


Anthony V. Coletta, MD, MBA, is the president and chief executive officer of Tandigm Health, a groundbreaking joint venture by Independence Blue Cross (Independence) and Health Care Partners, LLC that will work in tandem with primary care physicians to create a new paradigm of high-quality, affordable health care in the Philadelphia region. A board-certified general surgeon and an experienced health care business leader, Dr. Coletta brings an exceptional depth of executive and clinical expertise to Tandigm Health.


Dr. Coletta was previously a senior vice president of Independence where he served as one of the principal architects of the Tandigm Health business plan. Prior to this, Dr. Coletta was executive vice president and chief medical officer of Holy Redeemer Health System in Huntingdon Valley, PA. In this role, he was responsible for promoting and facilitating communication among Holy Redeemer’s clinical areas departments to ensure the delivery of safe, high quality care. During his clinical career, he led the creation in 2000 of Renaissance Health Alliance, a joint venture between Independence and Renaissance, a large, Philadelphia-based Independent Practice Association. As one of the founding physicians of Renaissance, he served as chief executive officer, as well as chairman of the board.

In addition to his executive roles, Dr. Coletta was an attending general surgeon for more than two decades at Bryn Mawr Hospital, as well as an associate clinical professor of surgery at Drexel University in Philadelphia. During his distinguished clinical career, he was recognized by Philadelphia Magazine as a pioneer in minimally invasive surgical techniques and as one of the Top Doctors in the Philadelphia region.

Since 2007, Dr. Coletta has volunteered as a surgical missionary to Haiti, traveling to the island annually with medical supplies and a team of physicians. He is a fellow in the American College of Surgeons, and a member of the Philadelphia Advisory Board of the National Youth Leadership Forum, Washington, D.C.

Dr. Coletta received his bachelor of science degree in chemistry at Georgetown University and graduated from Thomas Jefferson Medical College in 1979. He completed his Surgical Residency and a Fellowship in Organ Transplantation at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. He attained his master of business administration degree from the Fox School of Business at Temple University in 2006 with the distinction of University Scholar.