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Leadership

We are a team of experienced leaders, physician executives, innovators and parents who are committed to building new and better ways to care for children with medical complexity and special health care needs. We focus everything we do on supporting these children. Together we strive to give them, their caregivers, and their providers an extra layer of support that makes a challenging situation just a little easier.

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Meet our Leadership team

George Boghos

Chief Executive Officer
Executive Leadership, Operational

Kari O'Rourke, NP

President
Executive Leadership, Operational

Taylor Beery

Chief Operating Officer, Co-Founder
Executive Leadership, Operational

Patricia Hayes, M.D.

Chief Clinical Officer
Executive Leadership, Clinical

Zeena Johar, Ph.D.

Chief Growth Officer, Co-Founder
Executive Leadership, Clinical

Courtney Bolton, Ph.D.

Chief Behavioral Health Officer
Executive Leadership, Clinical

Eden Klein

Chief Technology Officer
Executive Leadership, Operational

Marcia Macphearson

Chief Commercial Officer
Executive Leadership, Operational

Mariana Pope, J.D., M.P.H.

Chief Compliance Officer
Executive Leadership, Operational

Meghan Haycraft

Senior Vice President, Clinical Product, and Co-Founder
Executive Leadership, Operational

Diana Yang

Chief Financial Officer
Executive Leadership, Operational

Shelley Hall

Senior Vice President, People
Executive Leadership, Operational

Kyle Young, J.D.

General Counsel
Executive leadership, Operational

Alison Curfman, M.D.

Co-Founder
Advisor
Dec
19
Press

hea!thcare innovation: Q&A: Imagine Pediatrics CEO George Boghos

December 19, 2023
Startup company’s value-based payment model brings 24/7 medical, behavioral, and social care into the homes of Medicaid-eligible children with medical complexity
Feb
24
Event

NAPNAP ( Houston Area Chapter) – 2024 Pediatric Potpourri

February 24, 2024, The Fountain Life Center, Houston, TX
Imagine Pediatrics Presenter: Exie Meredith DNP, APRN, CPNP-AC, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Virtual-first Comprehensive Care for Children with Medical Complexity Under Population-based Payment Model

Patient stories

Learn more about how our clinical team is helping our patients and their families.

Coordinating the follow-up

A 4-year-old boy with cerebral palsy and epilepsy was experiencing an increase in frequent breakthrough seizures above his typical baseline.

How we helped

Our intervention

Our nurse practitioner spoke with the child’s mom about his seizure rescue medication, walking her through how to use it as prescribed. We coordinated with the child’s neurologist to get an appointment for the following day to evaluate his current maintenance medication dosing.

Our impact

The patient avoided an ER visit and received a follow-up appointment with the child’s neurologist the day after his change in symptoms to manage his chronic seizure disorder.

Preventing ER visits

A 10-year-old child with holoprosencephaly who frequents the ER and urgent care clinic for steroid and/or antibiotic treatment needed a sick visit. Due to transportation difficulty, an ambulance is often needed. The patient’s mom called our team for help, hoping to avoid another ambulance ride and more time in the ER.

How we helped

Our intervention

We completed a virtual sick visit for the child right away and provided recommendations for at-home care with albuterol, vest, and inhaled steroid. We then completed a same day follow-up visit to confirm that the child was doing well and the treatment was effective.

Our impact

The patient was able to avoid an ambulance trip and an ER visit, contacting an Imagine Pediatrics provider before escalation was needed.

Keeping appointments

A 14-year-old child who was born at 29 weeks with global developmental delay, epilepsy, and cerebral palsy is now homebound. Their mom is an overwhelmed sole caregiver who was unable to take the child to an upcoming transfusion appointment.

How we helped

Our intervention

Our team arranged for transportation to the transfusion appointment. We also provided an emergency home medical kit with necessary supplies for the child, such as larger-sized diapers.

Our impact

Our patient kept an appointment critical to keeping their condition stable, and their mom was relieved to receive necessary home supplies without added care burden.

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(833) 208-7770