Dr. Michael Nochomovitz is the founder of HealthContXt. He is a nationally recognized thought leader for development and integration of healthcare services and an agent of change. His background and experience bring a unique focus on innovative methodologies and technologies for differing and changing markets.
He is a clinical faculty member in the Department of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine. He has served as the inaugural SVP/Chief Clinical Integration & Network Development Officer for New York Presbyterian (NYP). He created a new regional landscape for NYP’s move to an integrated delivery system with a regional physician-hospital network in collaboration with ColumbiaDoctors and Weill Cornell Medicine. He created the New York Presbyterian Medical Groups co-branded with each of the academic entities. He has been a leader in the growth of Virtual Health and introduced the concept nationally and internationally of the “Medical Virtualist” with Dr. Rahul S. Sharma, MD.
Prior to NYP, Dr. Nochomovitz was the architect, developer & leader of the regional multi-specialty physician network and associated services for University Hospitals Health System in Cleveland. The physician network he developed included academic, community employed and independent physicians. His portfolio included an Urgent Care Network, Enterprise Employee Health, a Worker Compensation Managed Care Organization, Executive Medicine and the Connor Integrative Medicine Network.
He has served on the Boards of Directors of the American College of Chest Physicians, Qualchoice Inc., Western Reserve Assurance (Cayman), the Medical Group Management Association and has been an advisor to national and international companies.
He has testified before Congressional Committees and was twice recognized by Modern Healthcare amongst the most influential physician executives in the US. He is a frequent speaker in national forums and has numerous publications.
South African born, he earned his medical degree at the University of Cape Town, South Africa and completed Internal Medicine & Pulmonary/Critical Care training at University Hospitals/Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.