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.
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 […]