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Robin Baker is an Assistant Professor in the School of Public Health. Dr. Baker teaches courses in the Health Systems and Policy, Primary Health Care & Health Disparities, and Public Health Practice programs. Her research interests include evidence-based treatment for substance-use disorders, integration of behavioral health and primary care, care management for individuals with serious mental illness, and systemic and organizational factors that impact quality and access of services.
B.A., Portland State University, 2006
M.S., Portland State University, 2009
Ph.D., Portland State University, 2017
Dr. Darney has a secondary appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as an Assistant Professor in the Health Systems Management and Policy programs, primarily Health Systems & Policy. In this role, Professor Darney’s work includes collaborating on research with primary SPH faculty members, mentoring or advising PhD students in HSP, may serve as preceptor, and participate in the School at large.
Dr. Darney is a reproductive health services researcher and has an OHSU primary faculty appointment as an Assistant Professor on the OHSU Dept of OB/Gyn, Family Planning Section. Her work focuses on obstetric outcomes, maternal mortality, contraception, and abortion. She primarily engages in secondary analyses of existing data but also has experience with intervention and feasibility studies. Her areas of expertise include working with survey, census, claims, and medical chart data, improving causal inference in non-randomized designs, measuring quality of care, and health insurance and financing.
B.A., Sarah Lawrence College, 1994
M.P.H., Yale University, 2002
Ph.D., University of Washington, 2012
Awards and Honors
- Outstanding Researcher in Training Award, Society of Family Planning, 2012
Jae Downing joins the School of Public Health as an Assistant Professor in January 2019 from the University of South Carolina. Their research interests focus on social and economic stressors on health and birth outcomes; health inequalities; and sexual and gender minority health.
Professor Downing’s work explores how policies and social safety nets shape access to and quality of healthcare for GSM and other minority populations.
B.S., University of Maryland, 2006
M.S., University of California, San Francisco, 2011
Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 2015
Eric Einspruch is an adjunct professor in the School of Public Health. He is the principal and founder of ELE Consulting, LLC. He started the firm after nearly 30 years leading, managing and conducting research and evaluation studies to inform policy development and program improvement. These studies included independent evaluations of educational and social service programs in substance abuse prevention, student support services, services to homeless persons with co-occurring disorders and emergency preparedness. He has conducted small-scale local evaluations, large multi-site studies, large-scale epidemiological surveys of adolescent health behavior, and randomized controlled trials.
Einspruch volunteers with professional and community-based organizations. He was one of the organizers of the Oregon Program Evaluators Network, a local affiliate of the American Evaluation Association. He served as the group’s charter secretary during its first two years, and as the association’s fifth President.
B.A., The Evergreen State College, 1982
M.S.Ed., University of Miami, 1985
Ph.D., University of Miami, 1988
Awards and Honors
2012, Helen Tobin Writers’ Award for an article in the Journal for Nurses in Staff Development
Dr. Teresa Everson holds a secondary faculty appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as an Assistant Professor in the graduate level Health Management & Policy and Health Systems & Policy programs. In this role, her work includes teaching classes, mentoring students, and collaborating on research with primary faculty.
In addition to this commitment to the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health (SPH), Dr. Everson is an Assistant Professor in the OHSU’s School of Medicine in the Department of Family Medicine, as well as heath officer in Yakima Health District and deputy health officer for Clark and Skamania Counties.
B.A., The Ohio State University, 1999
M.D., Medical College of Ohio, 2005
M.P.H., OHSU-PSU School of Public Health, 2017
Jason Faler has been an adjunct assistant professor in the School of Public Health since 2007. He currently teaches Health Care Law and Regulation and Strategic Management of Health Care Organizations.
Faler has worked with several healthcare delivery systems, including Atlantic Health, Salem Health and Providence Health & Services in Portland, where he currently is the director of business development.
Faler is a Major in the Reserve Component of the United States Army and has served in support of combat operations in Southwest Asia and the Horn of Africa. Among his awards and decorations are the Combat Action Badge, Bronze Star Medal and the Joint Service Commendation Medal.
He also is the founder and former executive director of The Checkpoint One Foundation, a charitable organization helping Iraqi and Afghan nationals who face threats in their homeland because of their assistance to U.S. and coalition entities since 2001.
Graduate, U.S. Army Command and General Staff Officer
Certificate, Arabic Studies, The American University in Cairo
B.A., Oregon State University, 2000
M.H.A., Seton Hall University, 2006
M.S.J., Seton Hall University School of Law, 2006
Awards and Honors
2009 Finalist, Congressional Medal of Honor Society “Above & Beyond Citizen Honors Award”
Sherril Gelmon is professor of public health and director of the Ph.D. program in Health Systems and Policy at the School of Public Health. She teaches health systems management and policy courses in the M.P.H. and Ph.D. programs, and leads the improvement science curricula for OHSU Family Medicine and Preventive Medicine residents, and for OHSU medical education programs. She directed OHSU’s Foundational Improvement Science Curriculum, a faculty development program for medical and nursing educators.
She was previously coordinator of the three-university Oregon M.P.H. program, coordinator of PSU’s health management programs and chair of PSU’s Division of Public Administration.
Gelmon has conducted multiple research projects on community health improvement, health professions training, and community-university partnerships. Past research projects include evaluation of the implementation of Oregon’s Patient-Centered Primary Care Home program; Partners Investing in Nursing’s Future Initiative; and the Community Engaged Scholarship for Health Collaborative. Gelmon works with community agencies and graduate students to develop evidence of the impact of educational and health improvement interventions.
She is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives
Dip.P.T., University of Saskatchewan, 1976
B.Sc. P.T., University of Toronto, 1978
M.H.Sc., University of Toronto, 1983
Dr.P.H., University of Michigan, 1990
Awards and Honors
- 2017: Filerman Prize for Educational Leadership, the Association of University Programs in Health Administration
- 2011: Thomas Ehrlich Civically Engaged Faculty Award, Campus Compact
- 2011: PSU Alumni Association Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award
- 2007: PSU Civic Engagement Award for Excellence in Community-Based Teaching and Learning
- 2005: Annual Service-Learning Research Award, International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement
- Evaluation of the Implementation of the Patient-Centered Primary Care Home 2014-2016 Model in Oregon, Phase III – Identification of Exemplary Practices. Office of Oregon Health Policy and Research, Oregon Health Authority Role: Principal Investigator
- Evaluation of the “Partners Investing in Nursing’s Future” Program 2005-2014 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Northwest Health Foundation Evaluation of a grant-making program to stimulate local foundations to develop programs to invest in targeted nurse workforce initiatives. Role: Co-Principal Investigator
- Evaluation of the Implementation of the Patient-Centered Primary Care Home 2013-2014 Model in Oregon, Phase II – Attribute Scoring. Office of Oregon Health Policy and Research, Oregon Health Authority Role: Principal Investigator
- Evaluation of “Health Information Exchange (HIE) Services in Oregon” 2013-2014 Oregon Health Authority. Role: Principal Investigator for evaluation
- Evaluation of the Implementation of the Patient-Centered Primary Care Home 2012-2013 Model in Oregon, Phase I – Experiences of Early Implementation. Office of Oregon Health Policy and Research, Oregon Health Authority Role: Principal Investigator
- Evaluation of the “Training Residents in Prevention and Policy” Project 2010-2013 Oregon Health & Sciences University, funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration. Role: Principal Investigator for evaluation
- Evaluation of the “Partners Investing in Nursing’s Future” Program 2005-2014 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Northwest Health Foundation Evaluation of a grant-making program to stimulate local foundations to develop programs to invest in targeted nurse workforce initiatives. Role: Co-Principal investigator
- Evaluation of “Faculty for the Engaged Campus.’” 2007-2010 Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education and Community-Campus Partnerships for Health Evaluation of a national project to develop faculty and institutional capacity to conduct community-engaged scholarship in health professions education schools. Role: Principal Investigator
Dr. Goldberg holds an affiliate faculty appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as a Professor in the Health Systems Management and Policy programs, primarily Health Systems & Policy. In this role, Professor Goldberg’s work includes teaching and serving on dissertation committees.
Dr. Goldberg’s work at OHSU is also in the Center for Health System Effectiveness. He has devoted his career to improving the organization, delivery and financing of health services. He has extensive experience in developing, implementing and managing health programs and state health policy. He has served two Oregon governors, as the director of the Oregon Department of Human Services from November 2005 through February 2011, and as leader of the formation of the Oregon Health Authority from 2009 through 2013.
He led Oregon’s nationally recognized health reforms that transformed the state’s Medicaid system to one based on a model of health and coordinated care. He helped lead efforts to implement the federal Affordable Care Act, and to establish Oregon’s Healthy Kids program, providing health coverage for all children. He also helped lead efforts to improve Oregon’s mental health system and transform delivery of public human services to enhance efficiency and effectiveness.
He has been a member of OHSU for more than 15 years.
B.S., Trinity College, 1977
M.D., Mount Sinai School of Medicine, 1982
Residency in Family Medicine, Duke University Medical Center, 1985
Awards and Honors
- 2016, Civil Rights Champion Award, Oregon League of Minority Voters
- 2015, Lifetime Achievement Award, Oregon Public Health Institute
- 2013, Campeon de Salud, Oregon Latino Health Coalition
- 2011, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drum Major Award, Vancouver Avenue First Baptist Church
- 2011, Outstanding Member Award, American Public Human Services Association
- 2004, Exemplary Leadership Award, Oregon Primary Care Association
- 2003, Mentorship Award, OHSU Department of Family Medicine
- 2002, Lifetime Achievement Award, Oregon Public Health Association
- 2000, Faculty Humanism Award, OHSU School of Medicine
- 1998-99, Teaching Excellence Award, Basic Science Graduate Program, OHSU School of Medicine
- 1995, Outstanding Faculty Teacher, OHSU Dept. Family Practice
- 1994, U.S. Public Health Service Primary Care Policy Fellow
- 1993, OHSU School of Medicine Excellence in Physical Exam Instruction
- 1991, U.S. Public Health Service Commendation Award
- 1988, U.S. Public Health Service Achievement Medal
- 1982, Mount Sinai Medical Attendings Award – for excellence in clinical medicine
- 1981, Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society
Julia Goodman is an Assistant Professor in the School of Public Health who does research at the intersection of health services research, population health, and work and family policy. Her research explores how social, structural, and economic factors influence perinatal health and explores the impact of work-related policies on fertility decisions and pregnancy outcomes. She is currently collaborating with researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, on a three-year evaluation of San Francisco’s new paid parental leave ordinance.
She also collaborates with colleagues at the School of Public Health to develop a mixed-methods evaluation of new paid parental leave policies at the city of Portland and Multnomah County.
Goodman was also a Women’s Policy Institute Fellow with the Women’s Foundation of California.
B.S., McGill University, 2004
M.P.H., University of California, Berkeley, 2008
Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 2015
Awards and Honors
2015, Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award, UC Berkeley
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grant, “Evaluating San Francisco’s Paid Parental Leave Ordinance,” 2016-2018, Role: Subaward PI
As Affiliate Assistant Professor in the School of Public Health, Graven teaches Health Economics,
advises students, and participates in other school committees and functions. Dr. Graven’s
primary position is as trained health economist working in advanced analytics and data science
As Data Scientist, Dr. Graven builds and deploys predictive and forecasting models and conducts
advanced analytics to support quality improvement operations at the OHSU hospital and system. Additionally
his group performs opportunity discovery analyses on EMR data linked to claims, patient
satisfaction, or external benchmark data to aid in population health and value based care.
Dr. Graven received his doctoral training at the University of Minnesota-School of Public Health and
performed research with the State Health Access Data Assistance Center (SHADAC). Prior to his
operational role OHSU, he was Research Assistant Professor at the Center for Health Systems
Effectiveness (CHSE) at OHSU. His research interests include topics of health insurance
coverage, behavioral health integration, healthcare workforce, cost effectiveness analysis,
program evaluation, and analyses of learning health systems. Recently, he was health
economist on awarded NIH grants leading economic evaluation for a randomized control trial of
inpatient medical procedure and for employee wellness program for bus drivers.
While health care can seem intricate and complex, he finds economic tools highly effective at
understanding underlying factors to assist in building programs and policies to deal with the
many problems we face.
B.S., University of Wisconsin, 2000
M.S., University of Minnesota, 2012
Ph.D., University of Minnesota, 2014
- IHS-1310-08388 (Bill Wright) 8/1/2014-7/31/2017 PCORI Caring for the Whole Person: A Patient-Centered Assessment of Integrated Care Models in Vulnerable Populations Role: Co-Investigator
- (Bill Hersh) 06/29/2015 – 06/28/2017 Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology 3. OHSU Update and Expansion of the ONC Health IT Curriculum Role: Health Economist
Dr. Valerie King has a secondary faculty appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as a Professor in the graduate level Health Management & Policy and Health Systems & Policy programs. In this role her work includes mentoring students and participating on dissertation committees.
In addition to this commitment to the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health (SPH), Dr. King is the Director of Research for the Center for Evidence-based Policy (Center) and Professor of Family Medicine at OHSU’s School of Medicine. Currently, she oversees research methods across several clinical evidence, and policy implementation research projects at the Center. The Center conducts systematic evidence and policy reviews, and provides health system design services, and primary research to approximately half of the U.S. states’ Medicaid programs. The Center has served as a training site for PSU and OHSU learners, including doctoral level graduate research assistants and Hatfield Fellows, with Dr. King actively involved in their mentorship and career development. Dr. King maintains a teaching clinical practice devoted to women’s health, maternal and newborn care. She is involved locally, nationally and internationally with teaching and research on women’s health, maternity care, and epidemiological review and guideline methodology. King is also actively involved with the Cochrane Collaboration and is a co-convener of its Rapid Review Method Group.
A cum laude graduate of the School of Medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC), she also completed residency training in both Family Medicine and Preventive Medicine and a Master’s degree in Epidemiology at UNC. Dr. King was the residency director for the Joint Family Medicine and Preventive Medicine Residency program at OHSU from 2007 until its closure in 2018, and the principal investigator for a residency training grant that instituted advanced improvement science and health policy training into the residency curriculum.
B.A., Lewis & Clark College, 1982
M.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1991
Resident, Department of Family Medicine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1991-1994
M.P.H., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1997
Resident, Department of Preventive Medicine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1999-2000
Awards and Honors
- 2013, Chair’s Award, Outstanding Contribution in Teaching and Mentoring, OHSU School of Medicine’s Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine
- 2002-07, Robert Wood Johnson Generalist Faculty Scholar
- 1998-99, Atlantic Fellow in Public Policy
- 1995-97, Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar
Dr. Koreishi has an affiliate appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as an Assistant Professor in the Health Systems Management and Policy programs, primarily Health Systems & Policy. In this role, Professor Koreishi’s work includes mentoring or advising PhD students in HSP and teaching classes.
Dr. Koreishi also holds an Adjunct Assistant Professor appointment in OHSU Family Medicine. She holds experiences in health care transformation, health systems development, and has spent her career in underserved medicine and medical leadership.
M.P.H., Portland State University, 2009
M.D., State University of New York at Buffalo, 2005
B.A., Washington University at St. Louis, 2001
Sunny Lin is an Assistant Professor in the School of Public Health whose research centers around the role of health information technology (IT) in facilitating care coordination.
Her research explores the impact of IT in the context of payment reform, patient-centered innovations, and referral networks on patient experience, quality, and cost of care.
B.S., Northwestern University, 2009
M.S., Carnegie Mellon University, 2014
Ph.D., University of Michigan, 2019
R36 Grant – “The Impact of Accountable Care Organizations on Inter-Organizational Care Coordination” 2018-2019 Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Role: Principal Investigator.
Dr. Lind has a secondary appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as a Research Assistant Professor in the Health Systems Management and Policy programs, primarily Health Systems & Policy. In this role, Professor Lind’s work includes collaborating other faculty members in Health Systems & Policy, mentoring or advising PhD students in HSP, serve as preceptor, and participates in the School at large.
Dr. Lind is a statistician holds a primary faculty appointment at OHSU in the Center for Health Systems Effectiveness. She has provided statistical support to a wide range of research areas throughout her career, starting in cardiovascular epidemiology at the University of Washington, later focusing on insurance coverage for complementary and alternative medicine and nursing workforce issues. Her current research interests are in the areas of opioid use and treatment in Oregon’s Medicaid population and in hospital quality and cost.
B.A., University of California at Santa Barbara, 1978
M.S., University of Washington, 1987
Ph.D., University of Washington, 2005
Dr. Cat Livingston has a secondary faculty appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as an Associate Professor in the graduate Health Management & Policy and the Health Systems & Policy programs. In this role, her work includes teaching courses and collaborating on research with primary faculty.
In addition to her work in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health (SPH), Cat Livingston is an Associate Professor at Oregon Health & Science University in Family Medicine and she divides her time between clinical, teaching, and policy work. Clinically, she works at a Federally Qualified Health Center serving primarily low-income patients, and attends on a hospital inpatient service as well as teaching medical students and residents. Livingston is double boarded (certified) in Family Medicine as well as Public Health & Preventive Medicine. Her expertise lies in evidence-based policy, Medicaid, opioids, and clinical and community prevention.
Dr. Livingston also serves as the Associate Medical Director of the Health Evidence Review Commission, the body responsible for determining coverage for the Oregon Health Plan (Medicaid). She translates evidence into policy recommendations that impact the Prioritized List of Health Services. She has also created Multisector Intervention Statements which support evidence-based interventions that require cross-sector involvement, from public health to health care.
M.D. Harvard Medical School, 2005
M.P.H. Portland State University 2009
B.A., Oberlin College, 2000
Dr. Kasuma Madamala has an affiliate faculty appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as an Affiliate Assistant Professor in the graduate level Health Management & Policy and Health Systems & Policy programs. In this role, her work includes mentoring students.
In addition to this commitment to the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health (SPH), Dr. Madamala has 20 years of experience in public health practice and research with governmental agencies, public health institutes, academia, community-based organizations and non-profit settings. Her work has been primarily focused on the performance of state and local health departments with their system partners to achieve population health improvement. Areas include health department focused quality/performance improvement, cross-jurisdictional public health service sharing and clinical/population health collaborations.
Dr. Madamala was a senior scientist at the American Medical Association and has worked at the Minnesota Department of Health. She was a member of the evaluation team for CDC’s National Public Health Improvement Initiative (NPHII). Dr. Madamala currently serves on the Research Advisory Committee for the Public Health Accreditation Board, National Advisory Committee for the Center for Sharing Public Health Services, Science Board of the American Public Health Association and a former Advisory Committee member for AcademyHealth’s Public Health Systems Research Interest Group and National Public Health Quality Improvement Exchange. She is a past chair of the Health Administration Section of the American Public Health Association.
B.A., St. Olaf College, 1995
M.P.H., University of Minnesota, 1998
Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago, 2004
Awards and Honors
- 2016, American Public Health Association WC Woodward Award
- 2010, American Public Health Association Health Administration Chair’s Award
- 2011, University of Illinois Alumni Association Constituent Leadership Award
- 2004, Alan W. Donaldson Memorial Award
Dr. Alan Melnick has a secondary faculty appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as an Associate Professor in the graduate Health Management & Policy and the Health Systems & Policy programs. In this role, his work includes mentoring students and collaborating on research with primary faculty.
In addition to his work in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health (SPH), Melnick is Public Health Director/Health Officer for Clark County, WA, and Adjunct Assoc. Professor at OHSU’s School of Medicine, Dept of Family Medicine. He has served as Health Officer for several counties in OR and WA, including Washington, Clackamas and Cowlitz Counties. He is former Director of the OHSU Joint Residency in Family Medicine/Public Health & General Preventive Medicine and former Research Director at the OHSU Dept of Family Medicine. Melnick is a past Co-Chair of the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) Workforce and Leadership Development Committee, former NACCHO Board member, and current member of the National Board of Public Health Examiners.
Dr. Melnick was a 1999 Health Resources and Services Administration Primary Care Policy Fellow and served four years on the Community Level Health Promotion Study Section of the National Institutes of Health. In addition, Dr. Melnick was a year 1993-94 Scholar in the National Public Health Leadership Institute and past Chair of its alumni association, the Public Health Leadership Society (PHLS). Within WA State, he is on the Board of Trustees of the WA State Medical Assoc., member of the Board of Directors of the WA State Association of Local Public Health Officials (WSALPHO) and Chair of the WSALPHO Health Officers Committee. Within Clark County, Dr. Melnick is a member of the Regional Health Improvement Plan Council of the Southwest Washington Accountable Community of Health and member of the Community Board of PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center. He has also authored two books, numerous other publications and published a third book with three coauthors, “Essentials of Public Health Ethics.”
B.A., New York University, 1973
M.D., Tufts University School of Medicine, 1977
M.P.H., University of Washington, 1994
Awards and Honors
Washington Association of School Administrators, Columbia River Region, Community Leadership Award, May 2019
- Anonymous Foundation 2008-13 Anonymous Foundation Effectiveness of Home Based Distribution of Hormonal Contraception for Women at Risk for Unintended Pregnancy
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation2010-11 Planning for Active Walkable Neighborhoods
- Northwest Health Foundation 2003-05 Community-based Home Arthritis Mgmnt Program for Seniors (CHAMPS)
- National Institute of Child and Human Dvlpmnt2002-2005 R01 (HD042423-01) Effectiveness of Nurse Home Contraceptive Dispensing
- Northwest Health Foundation 2002-03 Clackamas Community Health Mapping Engine; Northwest Health Foundation 1998-99 Clackamas Care Clinic
- Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment 2002 Opiate Medication Initiative for Rural Oregon Residents (O-MIROR), Role: Medical Co-Director
Dr. Brian Park holds a secondary faculty appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as an Assistant Professor in the graduate level Health Management & Policy and Health Systems & Policy programs. In this role, his work includes teaching classes, mentoring students, and collaborating on research with primary faculty.
In addition to this commitment to the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health (SPH), Dr. Park is an Assistant Professor in the OHSU’s School of Medicine in the Department of Family Medicine. He co-founded and directs the Health Equity And Leadership program, a clinic-based community organizing initiative building coalitions of patients, community organizations, and healthcare providers to advance social policies. Dr. Park also serves as the co-founder and director of the Relational Leadership Institute (RLI), an interprofessional, cross-generational leadership learning collaborative developing relational change-agents for advancing systems and social change in health organizations and communities. RLI draws upon best practices in community organizing, anthropology, sociology, and social psychology to complement traditional, technical leadership skills with the relational practices that evidence has demonstrated characterizes the highest-performing teams. Participants report being able to more effectively manage teams within their organizations, and successfully advocate for upstream change. Based on successful evaluation results, the program has expanded to the University of North Carolina and University of Utah.
B.A., University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts, 2006
M.D./M.P.H., University of Minnesota Medical School, 2014
B.S./B.S.N., Arizona State University, 1982-86
M.P.A., Arizona State University, 1990
Ph.D., Arizona State University, 2008
- Evaluation of the PEBB Health Engagement Model: July 2012 – June 2016
- Evaluation of the Oregon Patient-Centered Primary Care Home Model: July 2012 – August 2015
- Evaluation of Coordinated Care Organizations in Oregon: July 2012 – June 2014
- Accountable/Coordinated Care Organization Case Study: July 2012 – December 2014