Dr. Satin is a practicing, academic physician, in the University of Minnesota Medical School’s Department of Family Medicine and Community Health. Within the medical school, he directs the core courses in Ethics, Law, Policy, Healthcare Finance, and Quality Improvement. Dr. Satin sits on several AMA workgroups designing performance measures for CMS, and is a national speaker on performance based incentive programs. Dr. Satin chairs the Risk Adjustment and Segmentation Committee of Minnesota Community Measurement. His website, p4presearch.org keeps up to date syntheses of the literature on performance based incentive programs. He continues to conduct research in novel models of risk adjustment. Dr. Satin currently serves on the University of Minnesota Medical Center’s Medical Executive, as well as on the Boards of the University of Minnesota Department of Family Medicine, Stratis Health, and the Minnesota Alliance for Patient Safety. He was recently appointed to the Minnesota Department of Health’s Statewide Quality Reporting System Framework Project Steering Team.