Wendy D. Bradley, LPC, CAADC, is Director of Behavioral Health Integration at TMF Health Quality Institute. She is supports CPC Plus Practices across the United States to establish behavior health integration. Prior to joining TMF, she spent over thirteen years implementing and expanding behavioral health integration programs with Ampersand Health and Southcentral Foundation (SCF) in Anchorage, Alaska. Her experience included the oversight and implementation of team based care, managing high risk patients and community engagement approaches to address determinants of health. Ms. Bradley provides training, consultation, and results-driven solutions for organizations around the US.
Nathan Engle, PsyD, earned his doctorate from George Fox University and completed his internship at the Boise VA Medical Center. He later completed his residency with Providence Medical Group in Portland, Oregon, specializing in Clinical Health Psychology and Primary Care Behavioral Health. Along with caring for patients, he is involved in training psychologist students and in quality improvement projects in medical settings. Dr. Engle's training has helped him connect his passion for understanding and helping complex patients to advocating for healthy lifestyles in his community. Working in medical clinics with other professionals and in an ever-developing healthcare system provides him ample opportunities to invigorate both patient and colleague to live well together. Coming from the prairies of South Dakota, he longed for a tree filled city to call his home, which he found in Portland. When he is not in the clinic, he continually is found in outdoors of Oregon or resting at home with his family and new dog.
Parinda Khatri, PhD, has served as Cherokee Health Systems Chief Clinical Officer since 2014. Prior to that time, she was the Director of Integrated Care at Cherokee. Dr. Khatri became the Director of the Psychology Internship Training Program in 2002 and continues in that capacity to this day. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, with a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology which she earned in 1996. Her Postdoctoral Fellowship was served at Duke University Medical Center from 1996 until 1998.
Mara Laderman, MSPH, is a Director at the IHI. She is the content lead for IHI’s work in behavioral health, directing research initiatives and developing programming focused on better meeting individuals’ behavioral health needs across the health care system. Ms. Laderman also leads innovation projects on population health improvement, including recent work on the opioid crisis, health equity, and clinical-community linkages. Prior to IHI, she served as an external program evaluator for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and managed a large psychiatric epidemiology study at the Center for Multicultural Mental Health Research. Ms. Laderman received a Master of Public Health from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Smith College.
Neftali Serrano, PsyD, is the Executive Director of the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association, a national organization dedicated to promoting integrated care as the standard of care. He has devoted most of his career to working with federally qualified health centers (FQHC), starting integrated care programs, and consulting with clinics in underserved settings to assist with implementation of primary care behavioral health (PCBH) programs. Dr. Serrano's research interests include program development evaluations and outcome studies related to PCBH, particularly in underserved settings. In 2014 Dr. Serrano edited an e-book titled, The Implementer’s Guide to Primary Care Behavioral Health, a practice management handbook. One of Dr. Serrano's most outstanding contributions to the field of psychology has been his passion to teach and train the future PCBH workforce. In 14 years of practice he has trained over 100 students and professionals in the practice of Behavioral Health Consultation in primary care.