Jordan Asher, MD
Chief Clinical Officer & Chief Innovation Officer
MissionPoint Health Partners
523 Mainstream Drive
In his role with MissionPoint, Asher focuses on creating innovative models of care delivery and providing thought leadership on the future of healthcare at a national level, including authoring the blog The Positive Contrarian. Previously, he was the physician network executive for Saint Thomas Health where he led physician alignment strategies. Asher also served as medical director for a large multispeciality private practice. A member of the American College of Physician Executives and the American Society of Hypertension, he completed his medical training at Vanderbilt and earned a master's degree in Medial Management from the University of Texas, Dallas.
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