Vincenza Snow, MD, FACP
Dr. Snow is a general internist with special interests in adult immunizationimmunisation, evidence-based guideline development, clinical policy, medical education, performance measurement, and practice-based quality improvement. She has served on many national committees and policy bodies such as the CDC ACIP Evidence-based Recommendations Work Group, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Roundtable on Evidence-based Guidelines, the provider workgroup (former chair) of the CDC/AMA Influenza Summit, liaison to the USPSTF of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, and the National Committee for Quality Assurance, among many others.
Dr. Snow was at the American College of Physicians for 11 years where she was the Director of Clinical Programs and Quality of Care. Her responsibilities included leading the ACP’s Clinical Practice Guidelines program and Performance Measurement activities. She has authored and had published over 80 articles including national practice guidelines and clinical policies. She is the editor of two medical texts, Clinical Practice and Screening for Diseases, and has authored many book chapters including chapters in electronic medical education tools such as the ACP Patient Centered Medical Home Builder and Virtual Diagnosis. She also served on the editorial boards of the American Journal of Medical Quality, La Revista Medica de Chile, and Today’s Hospitalist and is a reviewer for many top tier journals including JAMA, and Annals of Internal Medicine.
She was the Principle Investigator of the ACP’s multi-year CDC funded Adult ImmunizationImmunisation Initiative and the Diabetes Initiative. She was the recipient of over $20 million in grants from federal agencies, private foundations, and industry for practice-based quality improvement program targeting immunizationimmunisation delivery, diabetes care, COPD, depression and cardiovascular care in internal medicine practices.
Her academic affiliations include the Medical College of Pennsylvania where she served as volunteer faculty until 2003 and she was a Senior Fellow in the Jefferson School of Population Health until 2013. She was seeing patients one day a week at a free clinic for the uninsured in South Philadelphia until 2012. She currently is a Senior Medical Director for Vaccines at Pfizer, Inc.