Terri Maxwell, PhD, APRN

Terri Maxwell, PhD, APRN

General Manager and Chief Clinical Officer
Serious Illness Care at Home, a CareCentrix Company

As the founder and General Manager of CareCentrix’s Serious Illness Care at Home, a population health home-based palliative care program, Dr. Terri Maxwell is responsible for managing the business unit and directing go to market strategy and messaging. As Chief Clinical Officer, she is accountable for clinical care development, strategy, delivery, competence, and quality. Terri practiced as an advanced practice nurse in oncology for over 20 years before focusing her career on improving care for persons with serious and advanced illness. She received a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Rhode Island and a master’s and PhD from the University of Pennsylvania.

Terri is a Soros Faculty Scholar for the Project on Death in America and a graduate of the Harvard Program in Palliative Care Education and Practice, and a Respecting Choices certified instructor. She is a widely published author, a frequent presenter at state and national meetings, the 2020 recipient of the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing’s Award for Innovation and named a one of 75 Luminaries by the University of Rhode Island College of Nursing in honor of their 75th anniversary in 2021.

All Sessions by Terri Maxwell, PhD, APRN

Value-Based Care & Network Contracting Track Tuesday May 24, 2022
12:15 pm - 1:00 pm

Leverage Value-Based Care Models to Advance Health Equity and Improve Population Health

  • Understand the role of value-based care programs in addressing health equity and building healthier communities
  • Leverage value-based care models to reduce the impact of SDoH issues such as social isolation, food, transportation and loneliness on populations including the vulnerable and the seriously ill
  • Discuss efforts to incentivize models and programs that support SDoH initiatives
  • Learn how community health organizations help uncover the socioeconomic factors impacting the communities that they serve