Care Coordination: Outcomes and lessons learned through Project INSPIRE

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December 12, 2017 
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1:00:05 
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On Tuesday, December 12th, Brooke Wyatt, MPH, of Project INSPIRE and Stomp-C presented on: “Care Coordination: Outcomes and lessons learned through Project INSPIRE”

About Ms. Wyatt:
Brooke Wyatt serves as the Project Director for project INSPIRE, a hepatitis C care coordination and treatment initiative within the Mount Sinai Hospital Network in New York City. Brooke is a trained researcher with a heavy interest in health program development and implementation. Brooke has a comprehensive background in issues around health care and health disparities among minority/marginalized populations in the United States. Her areas of study include HIV, Hepatitis C (mono & HIV co-infected) as well as studying the health behaviors of those disproportionately affected by these diseases. Brooke holds a Bachelor of Arts from Columbia University in Biological Anthropology, an MPH in Epidemiology from the School of Public Health and Health Services at George Washington University, and is currently pursuing her Doctorate of Public Health in Community Health Science at SUNY Downstate School of Public Health.

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