Transforming Access to Care for People with a Serious or Advanced Illness

Through innovation and engagement, Turn-Key Health empowers individuals with a serious or advanced illness to make informed choices that improve quality of life. At the heart of this commitment is a team of dedicated healthcare executives and professionals who have the passion, experience and specialized expertise to truly make a difference in peoples’ lives.

By expanding access to quality care and support services for this underserved population, Turn-Key Health aims to improve individuals’ quality of life while reducing the financial burdens associated with a serious or advanced illness.


A Systemized Approach to Palliative Care

Turn-Key brings a structured, scalable process around palliative care that drives consistent quality member outcomes across broad geographic regions.

For the first time, health plans, and other risk bearing entities can take advantage of an end-to-end approach, offering a highly structured, uniform and standardized clinical program to guide the delivery of expert level palliative care to members with an advanced or serious illness.

This unique program represents an unparalleled opportunity for meaningful collaboration among all stakeholders in the healthcare continuum, including treating physicians and community resources.

The result is improved care quality and better outcomes across member populations, and enhanced quality of life for individuals and caregivers..

What Makes Us Different


Palliative Illness Management™ (PIM)™

PIM™ model effectively shifts the center of care to the home or community, placing the focus on care coordination and patient-centric services. Outcomes and results are measured and valued at a population level. Optimizing pre- and post-acute care, PIM™ is an approach that reduces hospitalizations, re-admissions, and number of ICU days, resulting in a drop in the average claims cost per member per month.

Individuals with advanced illness who might otherwise go undetected by traditional means are identified earlier in the progression of disease, ensuring that gaps in care are recognized and closed. Read more about PIM™ here.


Reducing Economic Burdens

We’re a highly progressive model that optimizes pre- and post-acute care. Savings can be measured in reduced hospitalizations, re-admissions, and number of ICU days – with a drop in the average claims cost per member per month.


Improving Quality, Patient & Family Caregiver Satisfaction

Interdisciplinary palliative care teams assess and treat symptoms, support decision-making, and help to match treatments to informed patient and family goals. This specialized approach, with niche capabilities and expertise for conducting progressive and difficult conversations around quality of life in the remaining months of life, avoids costly, inappropriate interventions. Patients and family caregivers express high levels of satisfaction with care and their health plan participation.


Community-Based Palliative Care Partners

Thanks to strong affiliations and partnerships with community-based palliative care teams and organizations across the country, PIM™ has the resources to support better patient interactions and a streamlined on-boarding ramp for patients. PIM™ taps into the expertise and synergies of these existing local healthcare professionals – predominantly specially trained nurses and social workers – who are practicing to the highest level of their licenses. Read more about care teams here.

Executive Team

Greer Myers


Chris Goggin

Chief Operating Officer and Chief Technology Officer

Terri Maxwell

Chief Clinical Officer

John W. Halsey

Vice President, Business Development

Board of Directors

Charles Berg

Board Member

John J. Rydzewski

Board Member

Advisory Board

C. Jason Wang, MD, PhD

Advisory Board

Mary D. Naylor, Ph.D., RN, FAAN

Advisory Board

Randall S. Krakauer, MD, MBA

Advisory Board

Scott Howell, D.O., MPH&TM, CPE

Advisory Board