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Valley Integrated Provider Network (VIPN)

At a glance

Region: West
Year Started: 2015
Leadership: Kristin Rosemond, Interim Executive Director
Website: vipnetwork.org
MSSP: Basic Track, Level A, as part of Dignity Health Care Network MSSP ACO
Lives Managed: 117,431
Providers: 859

California

Located in Bakersfield, Calif., Valley Integrated Provider Network (VIPN) is a growing network with 859 providers and a strong commitment to care coordination and enhancing disease management. VIPN manages more than 117,400 value-based lives across Kern County and is affiliated with Mercy and Memorial Hospitals.

Strategy Highlight

Since the network was established in 2015, VIPN has been focused on growth, adding new providers and ramping up their care coordination efforts. The network has rounded out its leadership board and governance committees and has worked to develop new employer relationships — all of which help ensure the network is well-positioned for success.


VP of Value-Based Care for Central California / Executive Director, Valley Integrated Provider Network (VIPN)

Johnson Gill accepted the role of Vice President of Value-Based Care for Central California and Executive Director of the Bakersfield CIN (Valley Integrated Provider Network) in December 2019. Previously, he spent 20 years in the county public health systems serving in various clinical and administrative positions. He was instrumental in restructuring various departments and processes throughout the continuum of care through clinical integration, population health principles and new models of care.

VP of Value-Based Care for Central California / Executive Director, Valley Integrated Provider Network (VIPN)

Johnson Gill accepted the role of Vice President of Value-Based Care for Central California and Executive Director of the Bakersfield CIN (Valley Integrated Provider Network) in December 2019. Previously, he spent 20 years in the county public health systems serving in various clinical and administrative positions. He was instrumental in restructuring various departments and processes throughout the continuum of care through clinical integration, population health principles and new models of care.