Housecall Providers Board of Directors
Dr. Shah is currently Chief Medical Officer at CareOregon. In his current role he has responsibility for population health, quality assurance/ improvement, healthcare informatics, behavioral health, dental, benefit/ utilization management, pharmacy, and CareOregon’s home-based, palliative, and hospice provider, HouseCall Providers. He previously served as Senior Medical Director of Network Services at Care Oregon specifically working on clinical informatics and clinical system redesign. Previously, he was the Medical Director of Multnomah County Health Department.
Dr. Shah received his medical training at the Drexel University School of Medicine in Philadelphia. He completed a Family Medicine residency at the Northern New Mexico Family Practice Program and is certified in Biomedical Informatics from Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland, Oregon. He attended the University of Rochester where he received his undergraduate degree in Molecular Genetics.
He is Board Certified in Family Medicine and received his Oregon State Medical License in June 2000. Dr. Shah has also been a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians since 1994. He also serves on various Oregon state advisory committees and is currently on the board for Fora Health (one of the largest SUD providers in Portland). He is a member of the Advisory Board since 4/2022.
As President and CEO, Dr. Andy Mendenhall oversees all aspects of Central City Concern. Andy joined CCC in 2017 as Senior Medical Director for Substance Use Disorder Services (SUDS) and became Chief Medical Officer (CMO) in 2018. During his tenure, Andy has elevated and diversified CCC’s service level to offer a broad array of evidence-based practices to match client needs. As CMO, Andy brought oversight and responsibility for the agency’s medical and clinical services, provided leadership to staff, helped set the agency’s strategic direction, promoted ethical and quality care and led CCC through the COVID-19 pandemic. He became President and CEO in July 2022. Andy is Board Certified in Addiction Medicine and Family Medicine. He graduated from the University of Portland and trained as a medical student and resident family physician at OHSU. He worked at Providence Health Systems and CleanSlate Centers, and co-founded an outpatient integrated treatment program called HealthWorks NW, which was acquired by Hazelden Betty Ford in 2012. Andy’s heart has always been anchored in service work to the most vulnerable and simultaneously resilient members of the Portland metropolitan region.
Megan has worked in academic medicine as an administrator for over 20 years. She is currently Director of the Division of Hematology & Medical Oncology, OHSU Knight Cancer Institute. Megan works with clinicians and scientists who treat cancer, and within her role helps with the administration of the Palliative Medicine program. She joined OHSU in 2009 where she started as the Dept Administrator for Urology. Prior to relocating to Oregon, Megan worked for the UAB Cancer Center in Birmingham, Alabama, and City of Hope in California.
Born and raised in Oregon, Megan graduated with a degree in Public Relations from Gonzaga University, and received her MBA from George Fox University. Her primary hobby, activity, and joy in life is her husband Grant and their teenage daughters, Tully and Maeve.
Lorie Dolo Scott is a nurse with over 20 years of experience. She has spread her career over 6 countries, clinical operations, community development, disaster response, project management, quality and designing patient experience strategies. She has a Master’s Degree in Healthcare Leadership, a LEAN green belt, and is certified as a change management facilitator. She enjoys designing and delivering trainings that help healthcare workers remember why they went into healthcare and how to create spaces of connection and healing with their patients. She grew up in Oregon and lives in Tigard with her three kids, husband and dog Jackson. She is a voracious learner, a life coach, and enjoys star gazing, trying new activities and setting goals and crushing them.
Dr Katie Drago is originally from California and graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2011 with her medical degree. She completed residency in Internal Medicine in 2014 and fellowship in Geriatric Medicine in 2015 at Oregon Health & Science University. Dr Drago joined the OHSU Division of General Internal Medicine & Geriatrics in 2015 to develop and run the Inpatient Geriatrics Program, providing consultative geriatrics care for hospitalized older adults in partnership with medical and surgical providers.
Dr Drago’s academic interest is in systems improvement focused on the care of hospitalized older adults. She has worked to improve the care for adults with delirium, standardize safe prescribing practices and enhance the care of older adults with acute fragility fractures.
Dr. Joe Hardman is associate professor of medicine at Oregon Health & Science University, where he practices general internal medicine. He received his B.S. degree in physiological science from the University of California, Los Angeles in 1997 and his M.D. degree from the University of California, San Diego in 2003. He completed his internal medicine residency at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, where he was also chief resident. He has worked at OHSU for 14 years, previously serving as associate residency program director for the internal medicine residency program, running the primary care track and responsible for the ambulatory training for all 100 internal medicine residents. He also served as medical director of the internal medicine practice at OHSU and medical director of clinical integration, during which time he served on CareOregon’s clinical work group and steering committee. He received his masters of business administration in 2018 and has been the chief medical officer and chief clinical integration officer at OHSU Health Hillsboro Medical Center (formerly Tuality Healthcare) since 2017. He is a board member of Health Share of Oregon and a board member chair for the Oregon Collaborative of Integrative Medicine.