Erin Conklin, MPH

Erin Conklin, MPH

Erin Conklin serves as the Michigan Program Manager for the Centering Healthcare Institute. In this role, Erin is responsible for expanding access to the Centering model of care and building a collaborative network of support for Centering sites across the state. Erin’s background is rooted in population health, value-based care models, and clinical improvement to achieve improved health outcomes. In 2012, Erin was selected as one of 75 Innovation Advisors in the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) Innovation Advisor Program, which focused on building partnerships for innovation testing and skill development in the areas of healthcare economics/financing, population health, and operations research. Erin received her Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in Political Science, and her Master of Public Administration, with a concentration in Non-Profit Administration, from the University of Michigan-Flint.

Cafe 108: Designed for Change: Leveraging Innovative Group Prenatal & Infant Care Models to Improve Health Equity and Birth Outcomes for Michigan Communities

Room 104

Utilizing a Quadruple Aim approach (better health, better care, lower cost and improved equity), Women-Inspired Neighborhood (WIN) Network: Detroit aims to reduce the IMP by 50% in a cohort of women by leveraging the impact of community health workers (CHWs) in mitigating social determinants of health (SDoH) through an enhanced model of group prenatal care […]