Thomas A. Riemenschneider, MD, MBA, FACC, FAAP: Senior Clinical Advisor and Former COMS Chief Medical Officer

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As COMS co-founder and former CMO, Dr. Riemenschneider served as the company’s resident expert in clinical intelligence and application methodologies, resulting from more than 16 years of experience as a healthcare consultant to nursing homes, hospitals, medical schools, healthcare systems and physician groups.

As President and Senior Partner of STA Healthcare Services, Dr. Riemenschneider and his associates assisted hospitals and long-term care organizations through strategic planning, network development, operations reengineering, managed care contracting and organizational positioning for the evolving healthcare environment.

Dr. Riemenschneider was COO of the Western New York Health Sciences Consortium, an early model of an integrated delivery system.  He also served as Vice Provost for Health Sciences and Hospitals for the SUNY Central Administration.  He is founder and Director of the Health Care EMBA at Baldwin Wallace College, as well as Professor of Management and Director of Graduate Business Programs.

He has published more than 100 scientific articles, book chapters and books, and was a frequent speaker on healthcare reform, managed care, and organizational issues in healthcare.  He received his MD degree from SUNY Upstate Medical Center, his MS in Physiology from UCLA, and his MBA from Baldwin-Wallace College.  Board certified in Pediatrics, Pediatric Cardiology, and Medical Management, he has practiced Pediatrics and Pediatric Cardiology as a faculty member at the University of Utah, UC Davis, Case WRU and SUNY at Buffalo Schools of Medicine.


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COMS Clients' Kudos

  • "I like the systematic approach it gives the nurses to follow- up with patient's primary diseases. And then, a systematic approach for management to see if we/ staff are doing a good job, and, if not, a way to fix it and/ or improve patient care results“
    - Greg Nijak, Administrator, Patriot Ridge Community
  • “My experience with the COMS system has been enlightening from an administrative perspective. I have seen a positive trend in reduction of returns to the acute hospital and also improvement in our processes for assessment and intervention. We have been able to take the data and analyze for trends relative to specific diseases, co-morbidities, referral sources and physician tendencies. Our analysis has developed some salient issues that we have used in changing our admission review process as well as certain interactions regarding our various attending physicians and provides supportive data to our Medical Director in his duties of physician relations. My experience has been positive and hopeful that technology will allow us to continue this process in as close to a real time environment as possible.”
    - Joe Abraham, Administrator, The Good Shepherd Home