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Michael K. Magill, M.D.

Chair, Department of Family & Preventive Medicine

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Languages

  • English

Clinical Details

Phone Number Clinical Office Address
Madsen Health Center
Family Practice
555 Foothill Blvd
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
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Specialties

Bio

Michael K. Magill, M.D., is a board-certified physician specializing in family medicine. Dr. Magill is currently taking on new patients.

Dr. Magill received his medical degree, residency and fellowship training from Duke University Medical School. He currently serves as Chairman of the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine at the University of Utah’s School of Medicine, and is dedicated to health care reform and educating future physicians. In his professional practice, Dr. Magill is also interested in developing long-term partnerships with patients and families; his concentration lies in assisting patients to prioritize their concerns and set and achieve health-related goals. In his leisure time, he enjoys running marathons, skiing, and spending time with his wife and grandchildren.

Board Certification and Academic Information

Academic Departments Family and Preventive Medicine - Professor
Obstetrics/Gynecology - Adjunct Professor
Academic Divisions DFPM Administration
General OB/GYN
Board Certification American Board of Family Medicine

Academic Profile

Research Interests

  • Colorectal Cancer

Board Certification and Academic Information

Academic Departments Family and Preventive Medicine - Professor
Obstetrics/Gynecology - Adjunct Professor
Academic Divisions DFPM Administration
General OB/GYN
Board Certification American Board of Family Medicine

Academic Office Locations

Academic Office Phone Number Academic Office Address
(801) 581-4074 375 Chipeta Way
Salt Lake City, UT 84108

Academic Bio

Michael K. Magill, M.D., is Hicken Professor and Chairman of the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine (FPM) at the University of Utah School of Medicine. Dr. Magill also served for 10 years as Executive Medical Director of the University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics/Community Physician Group, a multidisciplinary medical practice located in 10 sites in the Salt Lake City metropolitan area. In that role, he helped develop the University of Utah’s model of Patient Centered Medical Home, known as Care by DesignTM (CBD). CBD has become the basis for a federally-funded health services research program and for curricula in the School of Medicine and primary care residency programs. He also served as Executive Medical Director of the University of Utah Health Plans from 2012 to June 2015, leading implementation of PCMH payment for care for University employees and Medicaid patients. Dr. Magill is dedicated to health care reform and educating future physicians. In his professional practice, Dr. Magill is also interested in developing long-term partnerships with patients and families; his concentration lies in assisting patients to prioritize their concerns and set and achieve health-related goals.

Dr. Magill graduated from Duke Medical School and completed the Duke-Watts Family Medicine Residency Program, Durham, North Carolina. He served from 1981-1986 on the faculty of the University of Arizona in the Department of Community and Family Medicine, where he directed the Family Medicine Faculty Development Program. From 1986-1994 he worked at Tallahassee Memorial Regional Medical Center, Tallahassee, Florida, first as Director of the Family Medicine Residency, subsequently as Senior Vice President for Medical Education and Outreach. He moved to Utah in 1994 to found the Utah Area Health Education Centers Program, which he still directs, and was named FPM Chairman in 1995. He is Past President of the Association of Departments of Family Medicine.

In his leisure time, he enjoys running marathons, skiing, and spending time with his wife and grandchildren.

Education

Education History

Type School Degree
Other Training STFM Foundation Bishop Fellowship
Administration-Physicians
Other Training University of Utah, David Eccles School of Business
Business Administration for Physicians
Fellowship Duke University
Family Medicine
Fellow
Residency Duke University
Family Medicine
Resident
Internship Duke University
Family Medicine
Intern
Professional Medical Duke University
Medicine
M.D.
Undergraduate Dartmouth College
Psychology
A.B.

Publications

Selected Provider Publications

Journal Article

  1. Magill MK, Ehrenberger D, Scammon D, Day J, Allen T, Reall A, Sides R (09/01/2015). The Cost of Sustaining a Patient-Centered Medical Home: Experience From 2 States. Ann Fam Med, 13(5), 429-35.
  2. Farrell TW, Tomoaia-Cotisel A, Scammon DL, Brunisholz K, Day J, Kim J, Gren L, Wallace S, Gunning K, Tabler J, Magill MK (Jan/Feb 2015). Impact of an Integrated Transitions Management Program in Primary Care on Hospital Readmissions. J Healthc Qual, 37(1), 81-92.
  3. Scammon DL, Tabler J, Brunisholz K, Gren LH, Kim J, Tomoaia-Cotisel A, Day J, Farrell TW, Waitzman NJ, Magill MK (2014). Organizational culture associated with provider satisfaction. J Am Board Fam Med, 27(2), 219-28.
  4. Tabler J, Scammon D, Kim J, Farrell T, Tomoaia-Cotisel A, Day J, Magill MK (2014). Patient Care Experiences and Perceptions of the Patient-Provider Relationship: A Mixed Method Study. The Patient Experience Journal, 1(1), 75-87.
  5. Day J, Scammon DL, Kim J, Sheets-Mervis A, Day R, Tomoaia-Cotisel A, Waitzman NJ, Magill MK (2013). Quality, satisfaction, and financial efficiency associated with elements of primary care practice transformation: preliminary findings. Ann Fam Med, 11 Suppl 1, S50-9.
  6. Magill MK, Baxley E (2013). Virtuous cycles: patient care, education, and scholarship in the patient-centered medical home. Fam Med, 45(4), 235-9.
  7. Scammon DL, Tomoaia-Cotisel A, Day RL, Day J, Kim J, Waitzman NJ, Farrell TW, Magill MK (2013 Dec). Connecting the Dots and Merging Meaning: Using Mixed Methods to Study Primary Care Delivery Transformation. Health Serv Res, 48(6 Pt2), 2181-207.
  8. Egger MJ, Day J, Scammon DL, Li Y, Wilson A, Magill MK (2012). Correlation of the Care by Design primary care practice redesign model and the principles of the patient-centered medical home. J Am Board Fam Med, 25(2), 216-23.
  9. Endsley S, Magill MK, Godfrey MM (2006). Creating a lean practice. Fam Pract Manag, 13(4), 34-8.
  10. Magill MK, Lloyd RL, Palmer D, Terry SA (2006). Successful turnaround of a university-owned, community-based, multidisciplinary practice network. Ann Fam Med, 4 Suppl 1, S12-8; discussion S58-60.
  11. Endsley S, Kirkegaard M, Magill MK, Hickner J (2005). Innovation in practice: Six ways to harness the power of your ideas. www.aafp.org/fpm/20050600. Fam Pract Manag.

Report

  1. Farrell T, Tomoaia-Cotisel A, Scammon D, Day J, Day R, Magill MK (2/2/2015). Care Management: Implications for Medical Practice, Health Policy, and Health Services Research (15-0018-EF). Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.

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