Meet Our Founders.

What makes a bundled payment program good?  Experience.

There are a number of companies that claim to be leaders in this field, however, our team has a proven record for the past ten years of creating more than 70 bundles that have been used by more than 5000 patients. Our goal is to look at the process from all angles and create an efficient process that worked for everyone.

TOM WILSON

In addition to being co-founder and partner of Global One Ventures, Tom Wilson is CEO of the Monterey Peninsula Surgery Centers which operates five facilities in Monterey and Santa Cruz counties.

MPSC has partnered with two local hospitals and 86 surgeons and has become one of the largest locally owned independent surgical services organizations in California.

Wilson is a past president of Ambulatory Surgery Center Association, the California Surgery Center Association and is Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones’s appointee to the California Insurance Guarantee Association Board of Governors.

Wilson initiated his first Bundled Payment Agreement with Blue Shield of California for micro-discectomy in 2001. In 2009, Blue Shield of California asked him and his partner, Scott Leggett, to develop a narrow network of ASCs in California that would bundle major cases moving them from the inpatient to ASC setting.

SCOTT LEGGETT

Scott Leggett is the Co-Founder & Principal of Global One Ventures.  In addition, he is the Co-Managing Director of Convergent Same Day Orthopedic Strategies.

He is a CASA past board member serving as the Co-Chair of the Advocacy Committee and as Past President. Previously, Leggett was Co-Founder of Spine & Sport Physical Therapy which still owns & operates 8 outpatient physical therapy centers in SD county, one in Walnut Creek.

Previously, he held Research & Clinical positions at the University of Florida Center for Exercise for Exercise Science & UCSD Department of Orthopedics.

In 2009, Blue Shield of California asked him and his partner, Tom Wilson, to develop a narrow network of ASCs in California that would bundle major cases moving them from the inpatient to ASC setting.