Jeffrey Geller MD, the 2020 Massachusetts Family Physician of the year, is known for his innovations in primary health care. Since graduating Tufts Medical School in 1996, he developed the modern group medical visit (GMV) models and protocols with the primary goal of treating loneliness. His work with open models which prioritize human connection are a major influence in the field. By pairing integrative treatments with GMV such as Tai Chi, massage, exercise, acupuncture, yoga, and hypnosis he had found an effective method of providing non-pharmacologic treatment for chronic pain, obesity, chronic illness, and addiction. He has won numerous awards from the U.S. Surgeon General, Congress, AAFP, IM4US, and FMEC for creating the largest U.S. group medical visit program which helped patients overcome barriers to health. He helped found Integrative Medicine for the Underserved (IM4US) and is president of the non-profit Integrated Center for Group Medical Visits (ICGMV). ICGMV has the goal of innovating, training, and supporting, GMVs as well as evaluating major GMV concepts such as the Group Inclusion Effect (GIE). Dr. Geller believes that ICGMV, in collaboration with Kronos Health, will revolutionize primary healthcare – giving patients and providers the time and support they need to create health.