Julie Schilz is a Senior Director on the Clinical and Quality Partners team. She joined PCDC in 2022 to support initiatives focused on Primary Care Integration. Prior to PCDC, Julie held several executive leadership roles with community, provider and payer organizations developing and implementing strategy focused on value, delivery system reform and primary care transformation. Julie has dedicated her career to working on innovative solutions within health care and communities that are person and family centered with a focus on equity. She has led multiple national, regional and local improvement initiatives concentrating on innovative interventions for care delivery in the context of community, primary care and public health. Her experience covers a variety of patient populations including Commercial, Medicaid and Medicare in rural and urban settings. She has provided expert opinion to Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovations (CMMI), Health Care Payment Learning and Action (HCP LAN), and National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). She currently serves as an Executive Member Liaison for Primary Care Collaborative and on the Board of Tri-County Public Health Department and Colorado Center for Primary Care Innovation. Julie holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Nebraska Medical Center and Master of Business Administration from Regis University.
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