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Thursday, February 4 • 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Influencing System Transformations through State Innovation Models (SIM)

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State advocates will discuss how they used the SIM (State Innovation Model) grant process to get involved in health system transformation policies, including how they got to the table, built an advocacy agenda, and determined their priorities for the year.


Colin Baillio

Health Action New Mexico


Patricia Baker

Connecticut Health Foundation
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RyLee Curtis

Senior Health Policy Analyst, Utah Health Policy Project
RyLee Curtis is a Utah native. She graduated with a dual degree in Communications and Political Science from the University of Utah, where she also received her Master’s degree in Public Policy. Before joining UHPP, RyLee worked as a medical assistant and intake coordinator at an Orthopaedic Surgeon group.She has been with UHPP since 2012 where she has focused on Medicaid policy and outreach.

Susan Smith

New Hampshire Voices for Health
Susan Smith is the Executive Director of NH Voices for Health. She has extensive professional experience in leadership roles with nonprofit healthcare organizations in both New Hampshire and North Carolina and has served on the board and executive committees of several state and local community-based service organizations and healthcare related work groups. Susan is a Board Certified Nurse Executive through American Nurses Credentialing Center... Read More →

Thursday February 4, 2016 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Columbia Foyer Ballroom Level

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