I am a CEO of a volunteer-driven healthcare non-profit that provides free medical care to the uninsured. I have an extensive career in healthcare management over the past 15 years.
RotaCare Bay Area clinics were on paper charts when I start in 2015. I spearheaded the initiative and implementation of electronic health records. This allowed the clinics to transition to telehealth in April, when the clinics closed in-person appointments due to the pandemic. RotaCare is also an awardee of an FCC Telehealth grant, providing more connected devices for uninsured patients for better health data connectivity with the electronic health record. Under my leadership, the organization has seen an increase in revenues, during a time when many non-profits are seeing a decline in funding.
Additionally, I have been a lecturer at CSU-East Bay. I taught courses in the MS – Healthcare program working with the Department of Public Affairs and Administration. I was also a lecturer at University of Phoenix, teaching courses in finance, ethics and quality management.