Jaye I. Clement, MPH, MPP

Jaye I. Clement, MPH, MPP

Jaye Clement is the Director of Community Health Programs and Strategies with the Office of Community Health, Equity and Wellness at Henry Ford Health System in Detroit. She is responsible for aligning the System’s commitment to its communities by engaging new and existing partners around issues of community health, and managing metrics and data sets to monitor and continuously improve strategies that contribute to engagement an community health improvement strategies. Besides working to align the HFHS Community Health Needs Assessment and the corresponding Implementation Plans for each of its 5 hospitals, Jaye also staffs the Detroit Regional Infant Mortality Reduction Task Force and holds administrative oversight for their nationally-recognized and award-winning Women-Inspired Neighborhood Network: Detroit Program. She also directs a Community Health Worker Hub for the health system, and serves as the Community Outreach Coordinator for the Henry Ford Cancer Institute’s Cancer Committee. Jaye earned her MPH in health behavior and health education fro the University of Michigan School of Public Health and her MPP from the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, both in 2005. She recently completed a three-year fellowship in the inaugural class of the W.K. Kellogg Foundations Community Leadership Network (2014-2017).

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 […]

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

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 […]

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