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Grady's Community Benefit program
Developing innovative partnership to drive Community Benefit and Population Health
Please join us on September 25 for a presentation by Katie Mooney, Community Benefit Manager, and Leslie Marshburn, Director of Population Health at Grady Health System.
This presentation will discuss how trends in healthcare are driving hospitals to work more closely with their communities to improve both patient care and community health. The presenters will share how Grady is engaging with the community and developing innovative partnership to drive its Community Benefit and Population Health work.
They will present initiatives to manage high-risk patients, community-based wellness programs, food access initiatives and other innovative system-wide strategies. Collectively, they showcase innovations in the practice of creating healthy communities within the larger context of healthcare reform.
Katie Mooney, Community Benefit Manager, Grady Health System
Katie Mooney works in Grady Health System's Planning and Business Development Department where she serves as Grady's first Community Benefit Manager. In her role, she oversees the development of the triennial Community Health Needs Assessment and manages the implementation of the Community Health Improvement Plan. She works across the health system and with a range of community partners to strategically align resources to improve both patient and community health.
Leslie Marshburn, Director of Population Health, Grady Health System
Leslie Marshburn is the Director of Population Health at Grady Health System where she leads initiatives that span clinical care, information technology, care management, managed care, and community partnerships to connect outcomes to value delivered to patients and external payers. She partners closely with the business intelligence and clinical applications teams at Grady to design the tools necessary to assess, manage, and measure the clinical and non-clinical needs and outcomes of our populations to elevate the overall health status of the community. Mashburn joined Grady after 10 years of strategy consulting in healthcare.
Program starts promptly at 7:30 a.m. Serving breakfast and coffee.
It will take place at:
Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development
Georgia Institute of Technology
760 Spring Street, Room 235 | Atlanta, GA 30308
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The Healthy Places Research Group (HPRG), formed in 2003, is a collaborative effort of individuals interested in exploring the relationship between health and the built environment.
Join us monthly from September to May to discuss issues, exchange information, and hear presentations pertaining to health policy, impacts, and the built environment. Meetings are open to the public.