CORHIO Transformation Support Services Team

Providing expert consultation services in the areas of practice transformation, clinical health information technical advising, patient-centered medical home, promoting interoperability, practice coaching and more.

 

 

Lauren Girard

Director, Transformation Support Services

Lauren Girard is the Director of Transformation Support Services at CORHIO. She is a Practice Facilitator and Clinical Health IT Advisor for the State Innovation Model, which is an initiative aimed at integrating behavioral health into primary care settings across Colorado. As a Clinical Health IT Advisor, she aims to prepare clinicians to be successful with new models of compensation that require new models of care delivery, effective care coordination, and demonstrated value of care. Working with practices that are both primary care and specialty care, she is a trusted advisor on utilization of electronic health records, quality improvements and reporting, workflow and new payment models, including the Quality Payment Program (QPP - MIPS). Lauren has a thorough understanding of clinical quality measures, cost of care measures, privacy regulations for patient data exchange including 42CFR Part 2 and HIPAA. With training in risk coding and facilitation for practices interested in Medication Assisted Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder, Lauren brings many skills to the practices she works with, Lauren was previously a Practice Facilitator and Advisor at HealthTeamWorks.

When Lauren works with a practice she says, "I love knowing that I am helping the practice succeed with their grant programs or alternative payment models while also improving the health of their patient population and having an impact on community wellness."

 

 

Leslie Taylor

Senior Transformation  Manager


Leslie Taylor is Senior Transformation Manager at CORHIO. She is an accomplished healthcare professional with extensive experience in health information technology, data extraction/validation, practice facilitation coaching, Meaningful Use, project management, workflow analysis and re-design, and electronic health records selection, implementation and use. As a Certified Content Expert in Patient Centered Medical Home accreditation, Leslie supports practices that aim to become medical homes and maximize incentive payments. She is currently working with a statewide initiative, providing training to practices and providers about opioid use disorder and medication assisted treatment. She also supports a project which aims to reach Coloradans with limited access to dental care due to location, insurance status and transportation issues. Leslie was previously Health IT Quality Improvement Specialist at Telligen and a Application Support Specialist for a Data Consulting firm. She holds a BS in Healthcare Administration. 

When asked what inspires her Leslie says, "Helping practices navigate the complex challenges of our healthcare system and provide them with the tools and knowledge to be successful.”

 

 

 

Terrey Parduhn

Transformation Manager

As a Transformation Manager for CORHIO, Terrey uses her expertise in data validation and reporting to assist the practices she works with as a Clinical Health Technical Advisor, or CHITA. Terrey's expertise is utilized in federally funded programs helping primary care practices integrate mental health for their patient populations.  Working with practices that are both primary care and specialty care, she is a trusted advisor on utilization of electronic health records, quality improvements and reporting, workflow and new payment models, including the Quality Payment Program (QPP -MIPS). Terrey has also worked as a Senior Health Information Solution Coordinator for Telligen. During her time with CORHIO, Terrey has assisted  practices in reaching their data reporting goals.

"I love working with practices to help them understand their data, how to pull it and take meaningful action to improve their quality measures," says Terrey. "Assisting them with a deeper dive into their data allows us to understand the root cause for measures they are looking at improving."

 

 

 

Megan Reilly

Transformation Manager

With project management and practice management expertise ranging from workflow process improvement to implementing Team-Based Care, Megan’s experience as a practice manager and HIPAA compliance officer has led her to success as the newest Transformation Manager for CORHIO. In her role at CORHIO, Megan has supported the State Innovation Model as a Practice Facilitator and Clinical Health IT Advisor.  She currently supports the eCQM Solution as a Technical Assistant and assists in implementing PatientCare 360 in correctional facilities. Megan holds a Master of Healthcare Administration from Colorado State University and was practice manager at a South Metro Pediatrics practice, assisting them in reaching Meaningful Use in the Medicaid EHR Incentive Program as well as leading their charge in reaching NCQA PCMH Recognition.

When asked what motivates her to come to work everday Megan says, "“I’m motivated to help our community partners succeed at providing the best care possible though healthcare quality improvement thus making a difference in the lives of people by improving their health.“

 

 

To learn more about CORHIO's practice transformation support services, contact CORHIO at www.corhio.org/contact or call 720-285-3200.