Primaria collaborates with primary care physicians to maximize success in a changing healthcare environment. We have brought back the philosophy that the care comes first. Our goal: to be the largest, highest performing primary care-led network in central Indiana.
Primaria was formed through a partnership with VillageMD and Community Health Network and is headquartered in Indianapolis. Primaria supports a rapidly growing group of primary care partners throughout the 38 counties of central Indiana. The Primaria leadership team is comprised of experienced clinicians and dedicated experts in primary care, health plan management, and population management.
Bryan Mills was appointed president and chief executive officer of Community Health Network on May 1, 2009. He had served as CEO of Visionary Enterprises Inc. (VEI), a for-profit affiliate within Community, from 1992 to 2009. Mills began his career with Community Health Network in 1985 as controller for Community Hospital North.
Besides his role with Community Health Network, Mills is very active in the local community. He serves on the boards of directors of United Way of Central Indiana, Indiana Hospital Association, Indiana Health Information Exchange, Indianapolis Coalition for Patient Safety, Butler University Board of Trustees, Indiana Chamber of Commerce, the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation, and Central Indiana Corporate Partnership.
Mills is a member of the First United Methodist Church in Noblesville, where he is a Sunday school teacher. In addition, he serves on the board of directors of the Boys and Girls Club of Noblesville and the advisory board of the Lilly Boys & Girls Club. He holds a bachelor of science in Accounting from Ball State University. Bryan and his wife, Cathie (Hahn) Mills, will celebrate 30 years of Marriage in November of this year. They have four sons and two grandsons.
Tim is Chair of the Board and Chief Executive Officer for VillageMD. In this role, Tim evangelizes the vision of a primary care-led healthcare delivery system that brings superior clinical results to the communities where VillageMD works. Prior to VillageMD, Tim has held numerous senior executive positions across the healthcare spectrum, all focused on empowering healthcare providers to bring value to the market through accountable care and population management. Tim obtained degrees from both Cornell University and Michigan State University, and now resides in Chicago, Illinois.
Kyle B. Fisher is chief financial officer for Community Health Network. He was appointed to the role in June 2018.
Kyle has more than 30 years of experience in finance, new business development, strategic planning and organizational leadership. He joined VEI in 2008 as chief operating officer and assumed the role of CEO in 2009, leading the corporation’s operations in Indiana and Michigan.
Kyle holds a bachelor of arts degree in economics from Denison University and an MBA from Wake Forest University. Prior to joining VEI, he spent many years in the financial services industry, serving as executive vice president at Goelzer Investment Management and holding senior-level leadership positions in the banking industry in the Southeast and locally with Fifth Third Bank.
He is actively involved in the local community, and serves on the boards of The Heroes Foundation and St. Richard’s Episcopal School. Kyle is a cancer survivor and devotes a lot of his free time supporting the Indianapolis chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Beth Keyser is a 25-year healthcare industry veteran with a passion for leading organizations that are on a mission to make people healthier.
Beth was named president of Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Indiana in 2020. The Anthem health plan in Indiana is the largest in the state with nearly 5,000 Indiana-based associates, serving more than four million members.
Before joining Anthem, Beth focused on improving doctor-patient relationships as the president of Create® health plans in New York City. Prior to her time at Create®, Beth held several leadership roles at Healthways where she was accountable for domestic and international revenue growth, customer experience, call center operations and establishing partnerships with health plans, employers, physician organizations and hospitals. Early in her career she worked at a Nashville start-up called Gordian Health Solutions that was eventually sold to Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee.
Beth currently serves on the executive council of Women in Health Care Leadership at University of Alabama at Birmingham, which provides mentoring and training programs to develop tomorrow’s leaders. She also serves on the board of directors of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and the board of managers of Primaria Health.
Keyser is a graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi and earned a Master’s degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Jeff is the President and a Founding Partner of LHD Benefit Advisors. He works primarily with large employers and is an expert in the areas of managed care network evaluation, disease management, and utilization management.
Jeff has extensive experience in a variety of projects with large employers that include benefit plan strategy development, insurance carrier and plan administrator evaluation, vendor and managed care plan renewal negotiations, managed care network evaluation, health plan utilization analysis, flexible benefit plan design and administration, health plan benefit design issues influencing utilization patterns, mergers and acquisition transitions and employee benefit communications.
Prior to becoming a principal of LHD Benefit Advisors, Jeff served as the head of the employee benefit practice at William M. Mercer, Incorporated in Indianapolis. Earlier in his career, Jeff worked in the marketing department at The Travelers Insurance Co. and as the Director of Marketing for Prudential Health Plans in Indiana and Southwest Ohio.
Jeff received his bachelor’s degree in management from Iowa State University and his master’s degree in business administration at Butler University.
Bianca has over 11 years of healthcare experience in operations and analytics. Bianca managed ambulatory clinic operations for a large cardiovascular surgery practice, and electronic medical record implementations in specialty and primary care settings. Most recently she directed analytic activities for clinically integrated provider networks, using clinical and claims data to enable patient care management activities, support provider engagement, and report on performance.
Bianca is responsible for data analysis and reporting in support of Primaria’s Care Navigation and Population Health Operation goals. She collaborates with teams to develop analytic insights that lead to actionable interventions and measurable performance.
Christy’s 20 years of healthcare experience includes working with providers and health care systems. Prior to joining Primaria, she worked with provider partners to develop and implement value based contracting strategies.
Christy is responsible for leading the performance of the Population Health Operations team to execute against key business objectives and strategic initiatives. She also collaborates to design, monitor, and continually improve the processes that support Primaria network providers.
Andrea has over 16 years of healthcare experience working in and operating post-acute care centers. She has extensive experience working within alternate payment models such as Accountable Care Organizations and bundle payment models. Andrea has served as guest speaker at multiple conferences and hospital workshops, educating on how post-acute care works in conjunction with these new payment models.
Andrea works with independent physicians in central Indiana to provide resources, strategies, and population health management to allow them to be as successful as possible while remaining independent.
Mr. O'Neill is the President and CEO of Primaria Health LLC. Throughout is 35+ years of healthcare experience he has worked with health systems and physician groups across the country focusing on hospital-physician integration models; improving physician group operations, cost reduction, and revenue enhancement; and governance and physician group structure. Marty is the past President of the Cardiovascular/Thoracic Surgery & Cardiology Assembly (CSCA) of Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) and former Vice President of the National Association of Physician Recruiters.
Marty builds trusted relationships across the healthcare system. He models and sets the company’s culture, values, and behavior; and has overall responsibility for creating, planning, implementing and integrating the strategic direction of Primaria.
He is married to Linda, and they have four children and three grandchildren. He enjoys traveling and exploring new locations with his wife.
Jason has spent the past 15 years in healthcare working with physicians and medical practices on revenue cycle and business performance optimization. With an undergraduate degree in engineering, he spent 9 years in steel manufacturing and has a passion for root cause analysis and process improvement. Jason is responsible for Population Health Operations in three Indianapolis regions as well as leading risk adjustment accuracy efforts for Primaria.
Steve has spent his career in healthcare operations, first working in revenue cycle and then moving to valued based care delivery and population health strategy. For the first 3 and a half years, he worked to optimize, enhance, and streamline revenue cycle operations for a large health system in Michigan. In 2015, he joined the Primaria Health team as one of its first members to help stand up the value based care strategy and population health operations in the central Indiana market. He has spent the past 4 years working with network leaders and providers on a wide range of initiatives, all driving toward improved patient outcomes and lowering healthcare costs.
Steve is responsible for leading the performance of the Population Health Operations team, who partner with practices and physicians to execute on key value based objectives and strategic population health initiatives across the 6 Indianapolis regions. He also leads the panel management and quality outcomes strategy for the Primaria market. In 2019, he developed and manages two teams to drive positive performance in these strategies; the Patient Engagement Advocates outreach to patients to positively impact and drive success in panel management and the Patient Quality Advocates engage patients on the importance, education and scheduling of preventative care screenings.
Rory Greene has been a Registered Nurse for 25 years with a broad range of experiences spanning the inpatient world as an ICU and OR nurse, and the outpatient world as an office nurse, Practice Manager, and Ambulatory Administrative leadership. Rory has spent the past 10 years in Case Management and Population Health Management. Rory is originally from Indiana and grew up in Boilermaker Country. He studied Nursing at St. Elizabeth’s School of Nursing in Lafayette, IN and went on to complete a BSN at Indiana University and an MBA from St. Joseph’s College. He and his wife Jessica, also in nursing leadership, have nine adult children and 5 grandchildren with more on the way.