Rural health systems, long-term health services and supports, health systems transformation
Glenn Landers is the director of health systems at the Georgia Health Policy Center (GHPC). His current portfolio includes the center’s work in rural health systems development with the Health Resources and Services Administration, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Aligning Systems for Health, the Atlanta Regional Collaboration for Health Improvement, GHPC’s work in long-term services and supports and projects with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other national partners. Landers also plays a lead role in GHPC’s approaches to evaluation and collective impact. He served as a senior advisor with CDC’s Office of the Associate Director for Policy from 2014 to 2015.