Population Health Center Media Kit
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Media Fact Sheet
About the Population Health Center
The Population Health Center is dedicated to clinical care, research, and professional development to improve the public’s health.
Located on Mason’s Fairfax campus, the Population Health Center addresses the transformation in how we access and deliver care, particularly for underrepresented and uninsured populations. The Center will help: practitioners attain new skills and credentials; employers meet evolving needs; and communities connect with innovative, solution-oriented partners.
Examples of inaugural initiatives taking place at the Population Health Center include:
Providing integrated primary care responsive to the social determinants of health;
- Using electronic health data along with telehealth and mHealth technologies in delivering care;
- Understanding and promoting the health of young adults beginning with Mason students; and
- Reimagining the model for developing leadership competencies and skills for professionals and the health workforce.
Population Health Center Leadership
Drs. Alison Cuellar, Caroline Sutter, and Rebecca Sutter have been appointed as co-directors of the Population Health Center to oversee the tri-part mission of the Center, and serve as advisors to Dean Louis. Alison Cuellar will oversee faculty-led research initiatives, Rebecca Sutter will oversee interprofessional care delivery, and Caroline Sutter will oversee workforce development efforts. Together, these leaders will bring their respective expertise to build a groundbreaking model for interprofessional collaboration among public health researchers, practitioners, community partners, and students.
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