Director

Jaan Sidorov MD

CEO and President

Care Centered Collaborative

Jaan Sidorov MD is a CEO, board chair and medical executive who is experienced in oversight of complex healthcare and insurance enterprises including professional liability, medical technology, population health, organized medicine and "big data."

Jaan is the CEO and President of the Care Centered Collaborative, a Pennsylvania Medical Society subsidiary organization dedicated to improving patient care through the partner-based integration of physician-led medical practices throughout Pennsylvania. He is a board certified general internal medicine physician with over 25 years of experience in primary care, inpatient care, medical education and evidence-based practice.

As Chair of NORCAL Mutual Insurance, Jaan oversaw the ultimate merger or acquisition of four medical professional liability carriers with a subsequent growth in company assets from $1.3 to over $1.5 billion, becoming one of the national "top ten" insurers in this area of the property and casualty insurance market. He is experienced in Governance, Investment, and Audit Committee functions, including Code of Conduct, Enterprise Risk Management, Compliance and Risk Appetite.

Jaan is also a founding board member for MedSolis, a health tech start-up that offers a turnkey and cloud-based online care management solution that is paired with a hand-held patient “app.” MedSolis’ current valuation is in excess of $10 million with a U.S. customer portfolio that includes a health plan with over a million members, a regional hospital and a community-based care organization for special-needs adults.

As a medical director at Geisinger Health Plan, Jaan led the transformation of a small research program to a regional population health initiative with a budget of more than $4 million and more than 50 employees that catapulted the Geisinger Health System to a national model for health reform.

Jaan lives just outside of Hershey Pennsylvania, with his wife of 37 years. They have three children and continue to ask them what they can do to add to the current complement of one grandchild.