BANGOR – Mary Prybylo MSN, FACHE, President and CEO of St. Joseph Healthcare, is honored join the Maine state Innovation Model (SIM) Sub-Committee. The sub-committee advises on SIM activities related to the scope of delivery system improvements, ensuring that the SIM governance structure is informed on best practices and approaches to accomplish the SIM mission and vision.
“It is an honor to be selected to serve on this state-wide committee,” says Prybylo. St. Joseph Healthcare has always thrived on a strong culture of innovation. Our organization is transforming healthcare in our region, and I am thrilled to represent St. Joseph Healthcare and share our experiences with this subcommittee as the group works to reach some very positive goals to improve healthcare for the entire State of Maine.” Prybylo has served as CEO of St. Joseph Healthcare in Bangor since 2011. She is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
The organizers of SIM believe that Maine’s healthcare system can be dramatically improved and has put in place a plan to accomplish change and enhancement for the people in Maine.
During the next three years, this exceptional partnership among physical and behavioral health providers, public and private insurers, data and system analysts, purchasers, workforce developers and Maine consumers will put this belief to the test.
The Maine SIM intends to achieve these goals:
improving the health of Maine’s population
improving the experience Maine patients have with their care
reducing the total costs of care
St. Joseph Healthcare is a healthcare organization in Bangor, comprised of St. Joseph Hospital, a 112-bed community hospital, and a network of fifteen specialty and primary care provider practices located in the Bangor, Brewer and Hampden.