Dr. Berg is an internationally recognized and respected clinician, scientist and educator. He serves as Professor of Clinical Pediatrics (Critical Care) at Stanford University and Medical Director of the Revive Initiative in Resuscitation Excellence at the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford. He has published nearly 40 manuscripts in over 20 years of academic medicine, primarily in critical care, resuscitation and CPR performance. In teaching, he led the 2010 American Heart Association Emergency Cardiac Care Pediatric Subcommittee in producing Guidelines for Pediatric Resuscitation and the Advanced Life Support courses, taken by millions of students worldwide. Dr. Berg was a Division Director and a founding member of the University of Arizona Health Network (UAHN) Board of Directors, a 1 billion dollar per year enterprise with 6000 employees, a health plan, 2 hospitals and a physician group of nearly 500 doctors. He was appointed by the Governor to the Arizona Medical Board, responsible for licensure and regulation of 20,000+ physicians.
Dr. Berg has been with Area9, the parent company of Altus Care, since its founding and is currently Chief Clinical Advisor for the Area9 Group. He has participated in the inception, design and creation of multiple Area9 projects in medicine and healthcare, including Altus Care. He serves as the CEO.
Ultimately, the patient just wants to heal and live life as well as possible. Altus Care is there for them to help make these goals a reality.