State Medicaid program reform design and evaluation, health-related social policy program financing, alignment of public and private health policy, local health access and improvement initiatives, health and health care financing
Karen Minyard is CEO of the Georgia Health Policy Center (GHPC). She connects the research, policy, and programmatic work of the center across issue areas including population health, health philanthropy, public and private health coverage and the uninsured. In addition to overseeing the center’s overall strategic vision, Minyard plays a leadership role in several center projects that weave together the key learnings, skillsets and areas of expertise of the GHPC, including evaluation, technical assistance, policy and economic analysis, backbone and organizational support, health and health care financing, health system transformation, Health in All Policies, and rural health. She is co-principal investigator of Aligning Systems for Health by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and serves on the executive trio of the Atlanta Regional Collaborative for Health Improvement, along with the Atlanta Regional Commission and the United Way of Greater Atlanta.
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