Mark J. Cacciamani, M.D.
About Mark J. Cacciamani, M.D.
Dr. Mark Cacciamani has always had an interest in serving the underserved. He took a yearoff before attending medical school to volunteer in Southern California, aiding the Spanish-speaking community that didn’t have access to medical care. While working for the University ofUtah clinic, Dr. Cacciamani realized his place was not with the “worried well” and wanted to get back to his roots of serving those in need. Dr. Cacciamani quit working for a conventional clinic and founded House Call Doctors in 2004 where he currently serves the elderly and disabled.
Why a House Call Practice:
- More care is not always better care. There are few areas in medicine that can result in higher patient satisfaction, and decreased utilization while maintaining quality measures.
- Here at House Call Doctors we take a collaborative approach and utilize a person centered care plan to direct our delivery of health care in a place and in a manner that makes the most sense. Our patients often have barriers to care that would otherwise result in care being given in Emergency Rooms and Instacares.
Education and Experience:
- Expertise in Medicare Annual Wellness Exams, Hierarchal Conditional Categories and Risk Assessment
- Experience as director of multiple Hospice and Home Health agencies
- More than 10 years’ experience delivering medical care in group homes for the disabled and assisted livings
- Double Board Certified in Family Medicine and Hospice and Palliative Medicine
- Graduated from Georgetown University 1999
- Residency at University of Utah in Family Medicine
- 1 year Jesuit Volunteer Program: simple living community, spirituality, and social justice
- Graduated from University of Scranton Biology Degree
Professional and Personal Interests:
- Palliative Care Interventions
- New payment models for care
- Hospitalization Prevention Programs
- Advanced Care Planning
- MERP-ing and video games
- Bike rides
- Buying houses/property