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Partner Event (ASP): Transforming Health Care: New Models of Care
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When: January 17, 2012
From 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Where: Suffolk University (Sawyer Business School)
73 Tremont Street
1st Floor Amenities Room
Boston, Massachusetts  02108
Contact: Jennifer von Briesen

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About the Topic

On behalf of our partner, ASP - Boston, we extend a special invitation to join us for what we know will be an interesting presentation and conversation with Amy MacNulty of Community Care Linkages.

Amy MacNulty will provide an overview of current health reform initiatives that seek to transform the delivery and payment of health care. She will discuss the new models of care and how selected healthcare organizations are responding to improve health outcomes and reduce costs.

About the Speaker

Amy MacNulty
Project Director, Community Care Linkages

Amy is President of MacNulty Consulting, L.L.C., a healthcare management consulting firm that provides strategy and planning services to healthcare organizations. Amy has over 25 years of healthcare strategic, physician hospital alignment and regulatory planning for healthcare providers.

She is currently Project Director for Community Care Linkages, a Mass Home Care sponsored initiative to link the Massachusetts Aging Services Access Points (ASAPs) network into the evolving healthcare delivery system in response to health reform. Under her direction, Community Care Linkages bridges the gap between the existing healthcare systems and long term services and supports to promote "whole person” care for the elderly and disabled individuals.

She has expertise in facilitation of diverse interest groups including hospital board members, management teams, physicians, and community leaders. Amy has extensive experience working with healthcare organizations in Massachusetts and New England. Prior to starting MacNulty Consulting, LLC, Amy served as Senior Principal and Northeast Region Manager for Noblis, a nationally recognized science, technology, and strategy organization. Before her work at Noblis, Amy was Managing Principal and Owner of The Bristol Group, Inc. responsible for implementing firm-wide marketing activities, expanding the client base and developing new service offerings.

Amy has a Master of Business Administration from Northeastern University, Boston, MA and a Bachelor of Arts from George Washington University, Washington, DC. She is currently a Lecturer in the Master of Health Administration Program, Sawyer Business School at Suffolk University, Boston, MA.

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