Angelo Sparagna, MD grew up in Vineland, NJ and spent summers at the shore. He is a graduate of Rutgers Medical School in Newark, NJ. He completed his internship and residency at Hahnemann Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. His mother, a nurse herself, was the driving force that directed him to the medical field. Dr. Sparagna's 44 years as a physician has been built on helping his friends and family make healthy lifestyle choices. He loves staying active including skiing, tennis, racquetball, and playing pool.
Former Vice President of Medical Affairs at Shore Medical Center
Created the first computer-based data bank at Shore Memorial Hospital [SMH] to measure physician outcomes. Wrote the program, created the output reports and began the reporting process to create change in outcomes. Improved C-section rates, lowered Carotid Surgery mortality, improved CHF outcomes, and improved Pneumonia and Acute Myocardial Infarction care.
Consultant to nationally recognized firms as an expert on JCAHO compliance, quality improvement programs, utilization review, and the legal standards of care delivered by family practitioners.
Created the department of Medical Affairs at Shore Memorial Hospital.
Created the Risk Management department at SMH. Began the tracking of sentinel events and the root cause analysis process to limit further liability.
End-user consultant for MacPractice physician office software from 1985 to present.
Physician consultant to “I-Scribe”[now RxNT] – an electronic prescription software company from 1999 to present.