Coalition leadership expands to tackle complex problems locally and nationally

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November 7, 2016
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As the National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs begins to take shape, the Camden Coalition has expanded our executive leadership team in order to give ample attention to the complex problems we are solving in both our local and national work.

Mark Humowiecki, General Counsel of the Coalition, has shifted in role from Director of Legal and External Affairs to Senior Director for National Initiatives, where he will be coordinating National Center activities. We have also brought on National Center “faculty” to support development of an online curriculum that will disseminate models for complex care. Shelly Virva, formerly of Spectrum Health in Michigan, and Lauran Hardin, formerly of Trinity Health Systems, will bring expertise in pain and addiction, trauma-informed care, and cross-continuum case modeling to our new online learning platform.

The Coalition’s leadership team is also welcoming Victor Murray, formerly Senior Program Manager for Innovation Operations on our Care Management Initiatives team, to his new role as Director of Care Management Initiatives. Kelly Craig, formerly Senior Director of Population Health Initiatives, is shifting to head our Strategy and Information department as Chief Strategy and Information Officer.

These additions to our leadership team reflect our ongoing commitment to strategy and policy that are informed by the experiences of our patients and frontline staff. As we expand into the national arena, we are staying grounded in our core activities of care management and clinical redesign here in Camden, NJ. Join us as we take our next steps toward defining the field of complex care: register for Putting Care at the Center, the inaugural conference of the National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs.

 

Meet the Executive Leadership Team and National Center Faculty:

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