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The Wellness Network’s mission to empower and engage people towards better health is more important than ever. We are here to help people all along their health journey through quality health education. We are committed to:

  • Making Care Transitions Better
  • Improving Health Outcomes
  • Driving Healthy Behaviors

We hosted Janiece Gray, care transitions expert, founder of DTA Associates and author of Beyond CAHPS: A Guide for Achieving Patient-and-Family-Centered Care, in a lively webinar discussion on the topic of communication in care.

Attendees with several online resources and tools to put into action immediately and we will have an open Q&A session.

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Presenter: Janiece Gray, Founding Partner, DTA Associates, Author of “Beyond CHAPS: A Guide for Achieving Patient-and Family-Centered Care.”

I began my career as a social worker and later, with my Master of Health Administration (MHA), directed operations at Allina Health in Minnesota. I later directed patient experience at Allina. My background and experience give me strengths in approaching healthcare opportunities and challenges through a systems lens – with unique strengths, challenges and activation points. My experience is also informed by leadership roles leading performance improvement in patient-centered care and patient experience departments. Working in the client role with healthcare consulting firms inspired me to address some unmet needs in the industry, and to co-found DTA Associates. I have a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, and find that the discipline of practice translates to healthcare work very well.

Presenter: Cindy Carson, Head of Business Development, partnerships & Technology Integrations at The Wellness Network

As Head of Business Development, Partnerships and Technology Integrations, Cindy Carson is a veteran in health content publishing and distribution. With 30 years of experience in communications, the last decade focused on health and health tech, Ms. Carson is a thought leader, innovator, and advocate. Her experience in pushing forward on the power of the right communications and highly personalized technologies (connected health) to close the gaps in health disparities, has linked her with many health tech companies driving positive change in their communities. Formerly the General Manager of Social Solutions Global (ETO Software), and Vice President at Milner-Fenwick Patient Education, Ms. Carson defines the links between programs and outcomes. A Communications graduate of Loyola University in Maryland, Ms. Carson is working on her MGH, served 8 years on the Board of Baltimore Reads, a literacy non-profit, and volunteers in several human service-oriented non-profits.