Arturo Brito, MD, MPH, is the new CEO of The Nicholson Foundation. A community pediatrician with a background in public health, Brito formerly worked as Medical Director and Senior Vice President of the Children’s Health Fund in New York City and, most recently, Deputy Commissioner of Health in New Jersey. When did you decide that […]

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Adrian Diogo is a new Community Health Associate at the Quality Institute, where he works on the Mayors Wellness Campaign, and the Healthy Communities Create Healthy Citizens project. You were in the first graduating class of Public Health at The College of New Jersey. What do you know about how and why that program got […]

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Don McDaniel, Chief Executive Officer, Continuum Health. Continuum Health is a member of the Quality Institute’s Leadership Council. What is the role of Continuum Health in today’s quickly changing health care landscape? Continuum Health has a legacy of supporting and working with physician organizations. That’s the reason we get up in the morning. Physicians should […]

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Despite the law taking effect on January 1, many clinicians and physician office managers still don’t know all they need to about MACRA – the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act. Here are five fast facts anyone working in health care needs to know about MACRA: MACRA, the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act, is federal […]

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Dr. Neel Shah, MD, MPP, will be the featured speaker at the Quality Institute’s Spring All Council Conference. Dr. Shah is an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Delivery Decisions Initiative at the Ariadne Labs for Health Systems Innovation. He is an expert in designing, testing and spreading system interventions that […]

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Dr. Kemi Alli is Chief Executive Officer of the Henry J. Austin Health Center, a federally qualified health center in Trenton. Dr. Alli, a board-certified pediatrician, has practiced at the center for more than 18 years. She recently joined the Quality Institute’s Board of Directors. The Henry J. Austin Health Center has worked to help […]

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In February, Trenton City Council voted to raise the minimum legal age to purchase cigarettes and any other tobacco-related products in the City of Trenton. What role did the Trenton Health Team play in making that change happen? We received a five-year, $2.5 million grant from Trinity Health in 2016 to address population health issues. […]

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