May 22, 2024

Chamber CEO George Aloth Named a Top 50 Value-Based Care Thinker of 2024

by Chamber Cardio Team

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Washington (May 22, 2024) - For his commitment to bringing value-based care to cardiology and his leadership as the Co-Founder and CEO of Chamber, George Aloth was named today to Pearl Health’s Top 50 Value-Based Care Thinkers of 2024 list. 

This list recognizes healthcare providers, policymakers, academics and thinkers across disciplines who are leading the healthcare system’s transition to value-based care. 

“George’s leadership and commitment to healthcare transformation have been instrumental in Chamber’s early success,” said Chamber Co-Founder and President Sameer Sheth, MD. “We’re thrilled to see him receive this recognition for the work he’s doing to equip cardiologists with the tools they need to succeed at value-based care.”

In his work at Chamber, Aloth is empowering cardiologists to successfully transition to a value-based care model, with a tech-enabled cardiology platform and infrastructure, care team and contracting support. Since launching in December, Chamber has provided support to a robust network of cardiologists and closed an $8 million funding round led by General Catalyst. 

Prior to his role at Chamber, Aloth served as group president at Somatus, a value-based kidney care leader, President and CEO of a BCBS health plan and COO for a Medicaid/Medicare payer. He also sits on the Board of Directors at George Washington University Hospital. 

“We are approaching a critical moment for healthcare sustainability and access,” said Michael Kopko, co-founder and CEO of Pearl Health. “In 2024, new payment models, shifting risk-bearing paradigms and technological advancements offer tremendous opportunities for innovation. It’s a big year for value-based care, and we’re proud to honor healthcare leaders who are pushing the boundaries of our thinking.” 

The leaders in this report represent 50 organizations and a broad cross-section of U.S. healthcare, offering diverse perspectives on the challenges in our system and the opportunities presented by the transition from volume to value.