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Betsey Rhynhart, MPH, has served in leadership roles for over 25 years focused on population health strategies, program development, building systems of care and value-based care models. Betsey is Vice President, Population Health at Concord Hospital. In this role, she leads the development and execution of Concord’s Population Health strategy and works to collaborate across the Concord health system and the community to move the care-delivery model toward population health and value based arrangements. She is also the Executive Director of NH-Cares ACO, an Accountable Care Organization (ACO) located in New Hampshire. In total, the ACO participating organizations coordinate the health care of approximately 24,000 Medicare beneficiaries in our combined service area through participation in the Medicare Shared Savings Program.
Betsey is a graduate of University of Vermont and holds a Masters in Public Health degree from Boston University School of Public Health. She is thought leader and actively involved in community health coalitions, advisory councils and several Boards focused on population health and community health improvement.
Trissa Torres, MD, MSPH, FACPM,
Chief Population Health and Content Development Officer, Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), has extensive experience in clinical preventive medicine, population management, and public, community, and population health. A preventive medicine physician by training, she completed her residency at Meharry Medical College. Prior to joining IHI, she led population health initiatives at Genesys Health System in Flint, Michigan, guiding the organization in transforming care delivery to improve the health of its community, with particular emphasis on the underserved. Dr. Torres has been involved with IHI's Triple Aim strategy since its prototyping phase, serving initially as champion for Genesys Health System, then as Triple Aim faculty, and now as an IHI senior leader in support of Triple Aim initiatives. Dr. Torres also serves as senior sponsor for numerous IHI initiatives, including work focused on improving population health and equity.