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About Us

Our Vision

We are a network of health care professionals, committed to achieving success in value-based programs by cultivating the capabilities necessary to improve quality of care and achieve cost efficiency.


Trinsic came about as the merging of two existing clinically integrated networks—UCHealth’s Coordinate Care of Colorado and Intermountain’s Colorado Quality Care Network. We needed a name that announced the fact that we now represent over 900 primary care physicians and hundreds of clinics and hospitals throughout the region, focused on driving value by providing higher-quality health care at a lower cost. We landed on Trinsic which was a contraction of “intrinsic” meaning belonging naturally or essential. We believe that the name suggests it is natural or even a wise choice to join our network.

Trinsic brings a partnership of two health systems working with clinicians to create a network that will deliver

Our Goal

Our “Quadruple Aim” is a comprehensive population health strategy delivering:

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Value-based contracts we offer


Chris Awtrey, MD

Michael Cancro

Christy Chaudhuri, MD

Steve Hess

Scott Peek

Todd Whitsitt, MD

Jenny Bajaj, MD

Brian Leonard, DO

The clinical committee’s primary responsibility is to review and recommend clinical programs that deliver on the quadruple aim. The committee works to improve the coordination and integration of clinical care across provider groups, promoting high-quality, cost-effective and value-added services. The clinical committee works closely with the finance and contracting committee to ensure payer agreements and provider incentives align and support the care model.

The finance and contracting committee’s primary responsibilities are to review and recommend for Board approval managed care contracts with payers, and to develop a performance payment model that aligns participant incentives in a way that creates value for participating providers and achieves quadruple aim goals. The committee also reviews and recommends the annual financial plan for Board approval. This committee works closely with the clinical committee to ensure payer contracts, incentives and operations support the care model.


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Network Management

We are a team of experienced nurses, medical assistants, population health specialists, clinical pharmacists and administrators working with patients to augment the work being done in our member practices.

We are a team of data scientists, analysts, data aggregators, educators and accountants dedicated to finding trends and insights for our practices and clinical teams. Our goal is to use this data to help our health care professionals improve patient care and achieve financial success in valued-based care.


Lisa Wetherbee

Chief Executive Officer

Lisa Wetherbee is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Trinsic, a physician-led, clinically integrated network (CIN) consisting of more than 900 primary care providers. Lisa led the merger and subsequent integration of two accountable care organizations (ACOs) owned by UCHealth and Intermountain Health. That 50/50 joint venture was renamed Trinsic. Combining the strength of those two health systems, Lisa and her executive team are transforming medical management. Specifically, these efforts consist of management of patient care, pharmacy management, management of finances and providing data analytics that translate into more robust services for the member medical practices.

Lisa brings extensive CIN and medical practice to her role. Prior to joining UCHealth, she was instrumental in the design and creation of Colorado Care Partners, a HealthONE/HCA-owned CIN. She served in the past as Vice President of Practice Solutions for Physician Health Partners (PHP), the largest independent CIN in the Denver market. Her focus was on senior and pediatric programs.

Prior to leading CINs and ACOs, Lisa gained clinic operational skills in many roles. She served as Chief Operating Officer of Exempla Physician Group Practice as well as Vice President of Real Estate and Asset Management. She took the reins of Exempla’s business services as Vice President of Revenue Cycle and transformed the Lutheran Medical Center emergency department. With Columbia/HCA/HealthONE, she served as Director of Hospital-Owned Medical Practices for Aurora Presbyterian and Presbyterian Saint Luke’s Hospitals. Finally, Lisa served as Chief Operation Officer for HealthONE’s clinic division.


Amy Scanlan, MD

Chief Medical Officer

Amy Scanlan, MD, serves as Chief Medical Officer for Trinsic, a physician-led, clinically integrated network of more than 900 primary care providers. Amy was part of the merger team involving two accountable care organizations (ACOs) owned by UCHealth and Intermountain Health. That 50/50 joint venture is now known as Trinsic. Currently, Dr. Scanlan chairs Trinsic’s Clinical Committee and serves on the Finance and Contracting Committee. She leads the Trinsic quality clinical team, and under her leadership, the accountable care organization (ACO) has transformed its clinical and care management activities. 

Amy is a family medicine physician who has been in practice for over 24 years. She has worked in various practice settings, including a large multispecialty group practice, owning her own private practice, and a large employed health system. She has also held various leadership roles, including being the SCL Medical Director of Quality and Innovation, Medical Director of Primary Care, and Medical Director of Recruitment and Provider Experience. She is very familiar with value-based care models, having been part of an ACO practice for the past 10 years, as well as participating on various ACO committees and serving on the Primary Physician Partners board.

Amy received a Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Science in Society from Wesleyan University in Connecticut. She obtained her medical degree from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, where she received the Kiwala Award for Research in Family Medicine. Her residency was completed at St. Anthony Hospital’s Family Medicine Residency program in Denver. She is currently board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.

Her professional and personal interests include physician wellness, team-based care, physician payment reform, reading, cooking, running, hiking, and spending time with her husband and two teenage children.


Dave Henriksen

Chief Operations Officer

Dave Henriksen serves as the Chief Operations Officer (COO) of Trinsic, a physician-led, clinically integrated network (CIN) of more than 900 primary care providers. Dave is also Vice President of Clinical Operations for Castell, where he leads the company’s efforts to operationalize value-based clinical care models. Dave brings many years of experience in clinical operations at Intermountain Healthcare, as well as targeted leadership in advancing Intermountains understanding of value-based care. He has been integral to the early successes of Intermountains value-based care model called Reimagined Primary Care, having led the development and implementation in clinics across the health system. Dave has served in various operational roles at Intermountain, including Region Operations Officer and Assistant Operations Officer. Prior to Intermountain, Dave worked at Kaiser Permanente, where he managed clinics and completed an administrative fellowship. Dave received a Master of Healthcare Administration from the University of Minnesota.


Dawn Kilgore

Chief Financial Officer

Dawn Kilgore, CPA, is the Chief Financial Officer for Trinsic, a physician-led, clinically integrated network (CIN) of more than 900 primary care providers. Under her experienced leadership, the accountable care organization (ACO) has transformed its financial and data analytics activities. Dawn is the chair of Trinsic’s Finance and Contracting Committee.

She most recently served as the Senior Director of Finance and Analytics for UCHealth’s clinically integrated network and was part of the team that brought together the CIN joint venture between UCHealth and Intermountain Health, now known as Trinsic. Dawn previously served as the CFO for Lighthouse of SWFL based in Florida. Prior to that, she was the CFO and COO for HCA HealthONE Colorado Care Partners and Practice Health in Denver, where she was instrumental in the creation of HCA HealthONE’s CIN. She has also managed the accounting and finance teams for Physician Health Partners, a large independent ACO, and was in public accounting, specializing in small and mid-sized businesses. Her areas of expertise include ACO/CIN accounting, physician compensation models, payer contracting, ACO data warehouse implementation and analytics. Dawn is passionate about creating financial success for providers in value-based care contracts and advanced payment models.

She is a CPA and received her Master of Science in Accounting from the University of Colorado.

Her hobbies and interests include cycling, hiking, golfing and fishing with her husband, and any chance she gets to spend time with their family.