Michael Sokol, MD

Michael Sokol, MD

Senior Vice President, Clinical Strategy
Quantum Health

Michael C. Sokol, M.D., M.S., serves as Senior Vice President of Clinical Strategy at Quantum Health, a health care navigation and care coordination company.  In this role, Dr. Sokol leads the company’s initiatives to translate the clinical benefits of Quantum Health to clients, prospects, and consultants.  In addition, he focuses on enhancing the scope of the company’s comprehensive clinical services through a population health lens and demonstrating the impact on financial, clinical and humanistic outcomes as well as overall member experience. 

Dr. Sokol most recently served as Chief Medical Officer at WebMD Health Services where he designed and delivered health and wellness strategies and solutions to employers and health plans. He has previously held executive roles at Sanofi, Merck, GlaxoSmithKline and Medco Health Solutions where he focused on employee health and well-being, population health and disease management, value-based benefit design and health care quality improvement.

Dr. Sokol is board certified in public health and general preventive medicine and is a Fellow of the American College of Preventive Medicine.  He also holds an academic appointment as Assistant Clinical Professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City.

Dr. Sokol serves on the editorial board of the journal Population Health Management and has published several papers in the peer-reviewed medical literature.   He speaks frequently at local and national conferences and seminars.

All Sessions by Michael Sokol, MD

Care Coordination & Delivery Integration Track Monday May 23, 2022
11:25 am - 12:10 pm

Care Coordination During Covid Times and Beyond: Strategies to Reduce Hospital Readmissions and Improve Outcomes

  • Explore innovative approaches to deliver high-quality timely care within and beyond the hospital walls
  • Leverage technology, digital apps, and wearables to engage patients throughout the care journey and minimize ER visits
  • Examine the importance of asking medication- and non-clinical/SDoH- related questions to better treat patients
  • Utilize community resources and social workers to respond to patient needs in a timely manner and limit unnecessary hospital visits
Moderator: Merrill Goozner