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Nathan Favini, MD, MS

Greater Los Angeles Area

Nathan Favini, MD, MS is a physician, social entrepreneur and expert in health, medicine and primary care. He attended Harvard Medical School, completed his residency in Primary Care and Social Internal Medicine at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx and was a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholar at UCLA, where he completed an M.S. in Health Policy and Management. He is currently a primary care physician and innovation leader at CareMore Health System in Los Angeles, CA.

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Areas of Expertise

  • Primary Care

    I am a practicing physician and I help design CareMore's primary care practices and our approach to population health. I spend a substantial portion of my time evaluating the integration of new services and technologies into primary care delivery models.

    • Healthcare Delivery
    • Integrated healthcare systems
    • primary care
    • Primary Care Physician Diagnostics
    • Health Systems
    • population health
  • Population Health

    I am an expert in strategies and tools for population health management and their practical application in an integrated health plan/delivery system.

    • Healthcare Delivery
    • Integrated healthcare systems
    • population health
    • Wellness
    • Chronic Disease

My Interests

Health Sectors
Medical Devices, Digital Health, Health IT, Healthcare Delivery, Diagnostics, Payers, Employers
Markets, Health Indications, Health Issues
  • Population health
  • Primary Care
  • Design thinking
  • Greater Los Angeles Area
  • New York, New York
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Boston MA


  • Primary Care Innovation Fellow

    CareMore Health Plan | May 2016 - Current

    • Work directly with Dr. Sophia Chang, Chief Clinical Innovation Officer, to design CareMore's models of primary care for Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries.

  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholar

    UCLA | July 2015 - Current

    • UCLA Fellow in the leading health services, public health and leadership fellowship for American physicians. Earning Masters of Science in Health Policy and Management (concentration in Implementation Science) with coursework at the Fielding School of Public Health and the Anderson School of Management. • Pursuing projects aimed at radically patient-centered health care redesign. Passionate about primary care, health care quality and affordability, community participation in health system change and population health. • Precept UCLA Internal Medicine residents at Venice Family Clinic.