C.H.A.R.T. partnership to feature federally qualidied healthcare center development
The Northeast Missouri C.H.A.R.T. Partnership meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 15 will feature Carolyn Allison and Doris Boeckman who will speak on the progress and intentions of the new Federally Qualified Community Health Center in Hannibal.
The C.H.A.R.T. Partnership meets the third Wednesday of each month at Fiddlestiks in Hannibal with lunch at 11:30 followed by a program and the meeting at noon.
Healthcare and social services organizations and leaders throughout Northeast Missouri are encouraged to participate.
Carolyn C. Allison, MPH is the president and founder of Creative Healthcare Consultants, LLC, in Charlotte, N.C.
Creative Consulting provides innovative strategies for health care executives and community leaders serving high risk populations. Carolyn’s experience includes HRSA federal grant reviewer with health resources and services Adm., CEO for C.W. Williams Community Health Center Inc., medical office administrator with Kaiser Permanente, executive director for Northern New York Rural health Care Alliance, and associate director of planning and program development department at Queens Hospital in New York.
Carolyn has served on the following boards: National Association of Community Health Centers for nine years, North Carolina Community Health Center Association for 11 years with two years a board president, Shelter Health Services, Inc., University of North Carolina School of Nursing Advisory Board, junior league of charlotte advisory board, UNC, department of public health accreditation committee and North Caroline safety net task force.
Doris Boeckman is president and COO of Community Asset Builders, LLC, a state-certified women-owned consulting firm that specializes in resource development and association management. Since forming in 2001, Community Asset Builders has brought nearly $100 million in grant revenue to its non-profit clients throughout the state of Missouri. Prior to forming Community Asset Builders, she served as community interventions consultant for the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, supporting communities funded through the Community Health Assistance Resource Team.
Doris also has extensive association experience. She served as the director of community health services for the Missouri Hospital Association from 1996 through 1999. In this capacity she was responsible for engaging hospital leadership in shifting from traditionally defined health care to focus on community and population health, providing technical assistance to more than 150 member hospitals.
She was also grant administrator from 1994 through 1996 of a statewide initiative for the Missouri Family Health Council, the statewide association responsible for family planning. Prior to this, she was employed with the Missouri Medicaid program for 13 years. Doris received a degree in Business Administration from Lincoln University in Jefferson City, where she resides with her husband and youngest son.
The Northeast Missouri C.H.A.R.T. Partnership meets each month to encourage and support initiatives which enhance the health and vitality of residents of Lewis, Marion, Monroe, Pike, Ralls and Shelby counties.
The C.H.A.R.T. Partnership serves as a vehicle for regular dialogue among regional health leaders, encouraging a shared understanding of regional health challenges and the emergence of activity designed to enhance the health and wellbeing of residents of the region.
For more information about the C.HA.R.T. Partnership, contact Julie Leverenz, vice president of strategy and planning for Hannibal Regional Healthcare System and 2013 chairperson for the partnership at firstname.lastname@example.org.