We're pleased to announce Melanie Brim, MHA, of the Michigan Health Council will be speaking on the second day of the 2016 Michigan Nursing Summit, September 29-30. Her talk will be on Finding and Using Community Data.
Melanie Brim is the Michigan Health Council’s President and CEO. She previously served as the Senior Deputy Director of the Public Health Administration/State Health Officer at the Michigan Department of Community Health. Melanie provided leadership to Michigan’s state and local public health systems. She also provided executive leadership for a federal planning grant to accelerate the transformation of health care delivery and payment systems in Michigan. She has also served as the Director, Bureau of Health Professions and managed the licensing and regulation functions for over 400,000 health professionals, representing 37 professions and 25 regulatory boards.
Melanie has worked in a variety of health care settings including acute care, long term care, community health care, mental health care and physician practice management. She is a graduate of Indiana University where she received both her B.S. in Medical Record Administration and her Master of Health Administration.
See the full slate of speakers here.
The Michigan Center for Nursing is a service of the Michigan Health Council, a Michigan-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a culture of health with health professionals at the heart of the delivery system. Their mission is to build health professional capacity by offering innovative products and services across six focus areas. Learn more about the Michigan Health Council at www.mhc.org.