Matt McEvoy, MD

Co-Founder | Physician

Over the 20 years Dr. Matt has been in practice, he has become a recognized leader in health and wellness optimization and in implementing innovative care models to provide high-value, personalized care based on the latest evidence.  Over the 10 years prior to co-founding Paradigm Health, Dr. Matt worked at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.  His roles included being the founder and Medical Director for both the Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) Program and the High-Risk Medical Optimization Clinic (Hi-RiSE).  He served as a professor of Anesthesiology and Surgery and the Vice-Chair for Perioperative Medicine, a role focused on applying the latest evidence to improve patient preparation for, and outcomes after, major surgery.  For a number of years his focus was on improving outcomes for the sickest patients presenting for major surgery, but that scope has grown over time to include improving health and wellness optimization for any patient. He is the most recent past President of the American Society for Enhanced Recovery and Perioperative Medicine and has published over 130 research articles and book chapters.  He speaks regularly on topics focused on optimizing health, improving preparation for and recovery from surgery and acute illness, and improving value and systems of care.

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Medicine 3.0

This is where the idea of Medicine 3.0 comes in, where clinicians use the tools of modern medicine and science to determine an individual’s potential risk of getting a disease and then pre-emptively intervene to prevent development of the disease or at least greatly reduce the impact of the disease you will have to endure. In this new paradigm, the focus of healthcare becomes maintaining your good health to not only prolong your life (lifespan) but ensure you are fit and functional enough to enjoy the extra years you live (healthspan).

The figure at the right captures the difference between Medicine 2.0 and 3.0 in the purple striped area. That is, this shows the difference between ‘living longer sicker’ or ‘living longer with better health and functionality.’ Our goal at Paradigm Health is to target this opportunity for improvement in your healthspan.

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