Kate Balsley, MPH to speak at MGMA/AMA Collaborate in Practice Conference

Illinois Great Lakes Practice Transformation Network (GLPTN) is thrilled to announce Kate Balsley, MPH, Program Administrator for GLPTN, will be speaking at The Medical Group Management Association/American Medical Association (MGMA/AMA) Collaborate in Practice Conference on April 9th and 10th, 2017.

Kate serves as Program Administrator for the Center for Health Information Partnerships. Kate has a background in quality improvement focused in community health settings. Previously, she served as Quality Improvement Manager at Erie Family Health Center, a large federally qualified health center serving patients on the west and northwest sides of Chicago. In that role, she supported over 100 providers in achieving Meaningful Use compliance, established one site with patient-centered medical home designation, and maintained ongoing improvement initiatives for Erie’s diabetes and HIV programs. Kate works closely with Illinois stakeholders responsible for recruiting 4,500 providers into the GLPTN, and she facilitates communication with the Central Network.

Joining other esteemed panelists, Kate will focus on practice transformation network successes in the first 18 months of participation while progressing through phases.

For more information on the MGMA/AMA Conference or to register for this event click here.


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