Dr. Dheeraj Mahajan, MD, FACP, CMD, CIC, CHCQM is President and CEO at CIMPAR Group of companies. He is Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at University of Illinois at Chicago and Faculty in Geriatrics fellowship at Loyola University Health System. He is a Fellow of American College of Physicians and Board certified in Internal Medicine and Geriatric Medicine. Additionally, Dr Mahajan is a certified medical director, a certified physician advisor in utilization review and healthcare quality management and is certified in infection control and epidemiology. He is a nationally recognized speaker on healthcare reform, MACRA, MIPS, APMs, post acute QPPs and post-acute and long-term care (PALTC) and transitional care quality improvement. Dr. Mahajan Chairs AMDA’s Quality measures committee and also leads the population health work group of its public policy committee. He is a pioneer in developing PALTC population concept been the leading force behind developing meaningful quality measures for physicians practicing in PALTC space. His areas on interest in research include infection prevention, Antimicrobial stewardship and psychotropic use in PALTC. is President and CEO at CIMPAR Group of companies. He is Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at University of Illinois at Chicago and Faculty in Geriatrics fellowship at Loyola University Health System. He is a Fellow of American College of Physicians and Board certified in Internal Medicine and Geriatric Medicine. Additionally, Dr Mahajan is a certified medical director, a certified physician advisor in utilization review and healthcare quality management and is certified in infection control and epidemiology. He is a nationally recognized speaker on healthcare reform, MACRA, MIPS, APMs, post-acute QPPs and post-acute and long-term care (PALTC) and transitional care quality improvement. Dr. Mahajan Chairs AMDA’s Quality measures committee and also leads the population health work group of its public policy committee. He is a pioneer in developing PALTC population concept been the leading force behind developing meaningful quality measures for physicians practicing in PALTC space. His areas on interest in research include infection prevention, Antimicrobial stewardship and psychotropic use in PALTC.