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Jorge Reyno, MD, MHA

Senior Vice President of Population Health

Dr. Jorge Reyno is the Senior Vice President of Population Health at Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital where he is responsible for the establishment of value-based relationships with other hospitals, physicians, and provider organizations. This role includes responsibility for building evidence-based care models, disease-specific programs, care coordination, and the identification of clinical improvement opportunities across the continuum of care.

In his position, Dr. Reyno works to develop collaborative team environments as he promotes a culture of two-way communication to inform, engage and create opportunities for physician participation. By working directly with physician leaders to develop new programs, manage program costs, and match progress of value-based services to payment model changes, he is instrumental in helping the hospital to better meet the needs of the populations we serve.

Dr. Reyno has extensive experience in clinical management, accountability performance, quality excellence, and utilization management. Throughout his career he has implemented clinical and operational protocols, helped maintain low inpatient length-of-stay numbers, and worked to successfully identify quality of care metrics in various disease-specific programs.

He earned his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Missouri Columbia School of Medicine. He received internal medicine and infectious disease training at Creighton University and the University of Nebraska medical Center and obtained his Master of Health Administration from Montana State University. Dr. Reyno is board certified in infectious disease and internal medicine. His numerous awards include teacher and instructor of the year in family practice residency programs, and an Excellence in Clinical Medicine Award from the University of Missouri.

He is also committed to community service, having been a 4-H leader, a coach for youth soccer, a scoutmaster in the Boy Scouts, and a volunteer service provider for a Native American reservation clinic.