MCNT Appoints New Chief Operating Officer
Patrick Adams, CPA, MBA, has been appointed Chief Operating Officer for Medical Clinic of North Texas, P.A. In this role, Adams will oversee the operations for the MCNT physicians group with 150 physicians, 700 employees and 41 multi-specialty clinics in and around the metroplex.
Adams comes to MCNT from Sutter Physician Services, a subsidiary of Sutter Health in Sacramento, California. In his role as Chief of Client Services, Adams served at the executive level providing analytical, revenue cycle and administrative services to over 4,000 physicians serving 1.3 million patients. He leveraged existing and developed new services as well as improved organizational growth and market share. A graduate of San Diego University, Adams earned a bachelor's degree in accounting. He holds a master's degree in operations and marketing from Seattle University.
Karen Kennedy, Chief Administrative Officer for Medical Clinic of North Texas states, "At this time of growth and expansion in MCNT, we are very fortunate to add Patrick Adams to our team. His experience in a larger corporate structure brings a different perspective to our organization. Additionally, his leadership abilities and healthcare knowledge will guide us into the future and help shape how healthcare is delivered to our patients".
Adams, who is married and has three children, said that he and his family are looking forward to settling in to Texas and making it home. "I am proud to join MCNT with its dedicated and innovative group of physicians who not only have taken the lead in Texas by obtaining NCQA certification for the Patient Centered Medical Home but have also instituted new accountable models of care delivery. Their focus on quality and health outcomes while utilizing the latest in technology is definitely on the cutting edge. With the landscape in the metroplex and around the nation continuing to evolve and transform, MCNT is at the forefront in making a difference in how healthcare is managed, delivered and how quality is measured for our 270,000 patients".