CSC’s Chief Medical Officer Elected AMA President
News Release -- July 17, 2013
FALLS CHURCH, Va., July 17, 2013 – The American Medical Association, the largest physician organization in the U.S., has elected Robert Wah, CSC’s chief medical officer, as its president-elect. His one-year term as president will begin in June 2014, and he will remain CSC’s chief medical officer.
“Robert assumes this important leadership role just as the implementation of the Accountable Care Act begins next year, and he will be at the center of that activity as he works with leaders in healthcare across the U.S. and the world,” noted Andrea Fiumicelli, CSC’s vice president for the healthcare industry. “Through his role with the AMA, Robert will be able to bring back to CSC and its clients deeper insights into healthcare trends, issues and solutions.”
Dr. Wah provides vision and leadership for CSC's team of medically qualified professionals. His expertise contributes to the company’s focus on helping healthcare and life sciences organizations transform their operations using next-generation technology solutions and services.
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