Schreiber Named PACE Medical Director and VP, Salisbury Promoted to Executive Director

January 16, 2018

Robert Schreiber, MD, has been named vice president and medical director of the Fallon Health Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE®), and Annamaria Salisbury, MPA, has been promoted to executive director of Summit ElderCare in Worcester, MA.

Dr. Schreiber has more than 30 years of experience in geriatric medicine and coordinated care, with specialties in prevention and wellness strategies for frail older adults, palliative care, transitions of care, and connecting community-based organizations with health care providers.

He will supervise the medical care of the 1,220 participants at the six PACE locations in Massachusetts and at Fallon Health Weinberg-PACE in New York. PACE provides services to adults age 55 and over to help them live as independently and safely as possible in their own homes.

Annamaria Salisbury

Salisbury is responsible for strategic planning, policy advocacy, clinical operations and program growth at Summit ElderCare. She joined Fallon Health as a site director in 2010 to oversee the daily operations of a PACE center. She went on to serve as senior director of Operations, senior site director and interim executive director of Summit ElderCare.

Prior to joining Fallon Health, Dr. Schreiber was medical director of the Healthy Living Center of Excellence at Elder Services of the Merrimack Valley, in Lawrence, MA, and at Hebrew SeniorLife and the Vitalize 360 Program at Kendall Corporation. Previously, he was the chief medical officer and physician-in-chief of Hebrew SeniorLife in Roslindale, MA. He has been a clinical instructor in medicine at Harvard Medical School in Boston for 21 years and a senior leader for the Practice Change Leaders Program.

He is senior medical advisor at Elder Services of the Merrimack Valley and an advisor for the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging. He is a member of the Public Policy Committee of the American Geriatrics Society and the Innovations Platform Advisory Committee for the Society of Post-Acute Care and Long-Term Care Medicine.

Dr. Schreiber is a nationally recognized expert on integration of community-based services into medical care delivery systems. He received the Medical Director of the Year Award from the American Medical Directors Association in 2010 and was honored as an American Geriatrics Society Fellow in 2016.

Prior to joining Fallon Health, Salisbury was administrative manager for the Department of Medicine at Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island, in Pawtucket, and held several directorial roles with Fellowship Health Resources in Lincoln, RI. She is a member of the National PACE Association, National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, and American Society for Public Administration and has been a volunteer at the Special Olympics Rhode Island Torch Run since 2000.

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