Emerging Models For Integrated ‘Whole Person’ Care
April 15, 2021
With increasing payer and consumer interest in integrated care, treating consumers with co-occurring health conditions, behavioral health needs, and social needs is proving to be a great market opportunity. To maximize this opportunity, it is important to understand the options for achieving that collaboration, including those that have been successful. In this session, we hear two case studies from organizations that are pioneering and advancing what it means to deliver “whole person care.”
Dennis Freeman, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer, Cherokee Health Systems
Since 1978, Dennis S. Freeman, Ph.D. has served as Chief Executive Officer of Cherokee Health Systems, a community-based provider of integrated primary care and behavioral health services in East Tennessee. Cherokee Health Systems is both a Community Mental Health Center and a Federally Qualified Health Center.
Tine Hansen-Turton, President & Chief Executive Officer, Woods Services, Inc.
Tine Hansen-Turton was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Woods in October 2016. Ms. Hansen-Turton is an Executive with more than 20 years of experience in health and human services senior management, executive leadership and consulting. She has founded and led several nationally recognized organizations and trade associations.
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