Dr. Mo Folorunsho Akintobi

Dr. Mo Folorunsho Akintobi
MD. FICS. Neurosurgeon

Dr. Akintobi is the Medical Director of the Disability Adjudication Services (DAS/DDS) based in Stone Mountain, Georgia since 2010. He successfully led Medical Support Unit along with other agency support units (CCPDU, EME, CE Scheduling Unit, and Triage Case Processing Unit) in a collaborative effort to execute the DAS strategic plan and ensure systematic adherence to SSA policy regulations

Location: Newyork
Degrees: MD. FICS. Neurosurgeon
Working Days: Monday, Friday
Training: Medical Director

MO FOLORUNSHO AKINTOBI, MD, FICS (NEUROSURGEON)

Dr. Akintobi is the Medical Director of the Disability Adjudication Services (DAS/DDS) based in Stone Mountain, Georgia since 2010. He successfully led Medical Support Unit along with other agency support units (CCPDU, EME, CE Scheduling Unit, and Triage Case Processing Unit) in a collaborative effort to execute the DAS strategic plan and ensure systematic adherence to SSA policy regulations. He led a strategic planning process, including analysis, surveying, focus groups and meetings to articulate the vision and reduce the problematic backlog of 12,000 -14,000 case queue. These efforts resulted in a queue reduction of 91.7%. He continually strives for improvement of business processes and people performance to ensure organizational goal attainment. He led and motivated worldwide teams comprised of more than 1,000 employees and directed departments with budgets exceeding $250 million. He has spearheaded Kaizen events and conferences with Consultant teams and DDS managers to formulate strategies that would exceed agency objectives. Transformed cumbersome paper contract methodology creating a more efficient process with tier-level agreements and quantifiable performance criteria. Led a strategic planning process, including analysis, surveying, focus groups and meetings to articulate

Led a strategic planning process, including analysis, surveying, focus groups and meetings to articulate vision and reduce problematic backlog of 12,000-14,000 case queue. Efforts resulted in a queue reduction of 91.7%. Executed improved contract proceedings which transformed a laborious paper contract methodology to an electronic approach thereby reducing the once required 80+ hours of dedicated staff support attention per year to approximately 40 work hours every 5 years. Introduced new systemic method of case selection for Consultants and specialization queues based on input from Kaizen events resulting in a significant reduction in MSU age and referral intervals.

Introduced new systemic method of case selection for Consultants and specialization queues based on input from Kaizen events resulting in a significant reduction in MSU age and referral intervals.

Promoted turnaround success in which the MSU unit received over 4,000 referrals and 90% were completed within 0-15 days.

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