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Charlene Chen, MHS
Delivery Redesign & Translational Research Solutions
Charlene Chen, Vice President of Delivery Redesign & Translational Research Solutions, provides leadership to strategic partnerships and working relationships between hospitals, clinics, academic institutes, and other community stakeholders. Ms. Chen has led COPE Health Solutions’ engagement in a diverse range of community initiatives, including translational research collaborations and integrated delivery networks. Ms. Chen oversees the management of the Camino de Salud Network, a public-private coalition comprising the LAC+USC Medical Center, two private hospitals, 13 community clinic organizations, the Keck School of Medicine of USC and the USC School of Pharmacy. Among other recognitions, the Camino de Salud Network was recently awarded with top honors by the National Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems (NAPH) for developing and implementing the provider practice redesign model to improve specialty care access for the safety net population.
Ms. Chen leads COPE Health Solutions’ Delivery Redesign & Translational Research Solutions service line. In partnership with the University of Southern California, COPE Health Solutions is a sub-awardee of an $11-million grant funded by the National Institutes of Health to study provider uptake of comparative effectiveness research in improving care for respiratory infections. Ms. Chen also represents COPE Health Solutions as a member of the Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) to engage clinics, hospitals, and other community stakeholders in translational research efforts.
Prior to joining COPE Health Solutions, Ms. Chen served as a Senior Associate at The Lewin Group. Ms. Chen received a Master of Health Science in Epidemiology from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.