Corporate Relations & Business Development
With over thirty years of work in the aging, public affairs and political world, has developed an expertise in key stakeholder collaboration focused on high impact aging and health related programs and services for non-profits. Courtney’s experience ranges from working in the “trenches” running in-home services for the most at-risk older population, to developing national communications campaigns at AARP, to working with the nation’s premier industry experts developing programs and services that target the aging and disability populations. Courtney directs USAging corporate programs developing partnerships and identifying innovative and effective business opportunities that deliver meaningful services to the nation’s older population. In 2012, Courtney led a team that developed the Diabetes Care Center program model, winning the 2012 Sanofi Data Design Diabetes Challenge. Courtney has worked with USAging to develop effective service models that meet the needs of payor’s for integrated care; drive national partnerships and campaigns on issues relevant to the aging population like medicare education & consumer benefit awareness, COVID education and equity outreach; and develop direct to consumer lines of business to diversify funding streams for the aging network. As SDOH has been embraced by healthcare providers, Courtney is working with data and standards groups to ensure the socialcare voice is represented and reflected, and currently serves as the CBO Stakeholder Lead and on the Strategic Advisory Council for The Gravity Project; is Vice Chair of Direct Trust's Information Exchange for Human Services; and also participates in Project Unify and the HL7 Human & Social Services Workgroup.

Speaking at:

Social Care Interoperability for Older Americans: Innovation With Open Standards
Tuesday, April 18 at 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
South Building, Level 5 | S504 Details