Senior Medical Director/Program Director AHC
Dr. Jacqueline Naeem, MD, is a Senior Medical Director/Program Director AHC at PCCI. She is a graduate of the University of Manchester Medical School, Manchester, England, where she also obtained her post-graduate diploma in Psychiatry at the University of Manchester. She undertook postgraduate training in both psychiatry and general practice also in the UK, as well as working as a medical school examiner. Since joining PCCI, Dr. Naeem has used her clinical experience and unique insights in several projects, particularly those with an emphasis on social determinants of health and also mental behavioral projects. Dr. Naeem was also the program leader for the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Accountable Health Communities (AHC) Model in Dallas County.
Vice President, Clinical Leadership
Yolande Pengetnze, MD, MS, is Vice President, Clinical Leadership at PCCI. She is a board-certified pediatrician with fellowship training in Academic General Pediatrics, Health Services and Clinical research and extensive clinical experience. She is experienced in the design and successful implementation of innovative, data-driven Population Health programs, involving engagement with a diverse mix of stakeholders. She leads population and community health programs, which improve health and health care at scale in underserved communities and have received local and national recognition. She is a frequent speaker and presenter at local, regional, and national gatherings, with multiple published abstracts and peer-reviewed publications.
Vice President, Data Strategy Analytics
Albert Karam, M.S., is the Vice President, Data Strategy Analytics at PCCI. He works to lead the synergy between Data Science and Technology. He is an expert in utilizing data from various sources to build sophisticated machine learning models to predict various outcomes in the health care delivery system.
Albert supervises a team of data scientists, creating predictive algorithms and real-time decision support to Parkland Health Hospital System and other institutions across the Dallas/Fort Worth Area. He leverages data science to help improve patient outcomes both in and out of the hospital with a focus on post-acute care that keeps patients healthy to avoid hospital visits.
He received a Master of Science degree in mathematics from the University of Texas at Dallas and is finalizing his duel degree MBA in Healthcare Administration and Masters of Science in Business Analytics.