Lia Spiliotes, a senior partner in Cambridge Management Group, is interim CEO of Community Health Programs. She is a graduate of MIT's Sloane School of Management.
In troubled times, community health centers play lead roles in healing
While COVID-19 continues to exacerbate social and medical inequities across the country, we and other centers have stretched to reconfigure services for those in need.
Redefining good health and good health care for ACA customers—and for everyone else, too
As the “social determinants of health” move into focus, we must reach beyond vital signs, the histories, the medication lists: We now ask patients about housing stability, transportation access, f
Stop the attacks on Medicaid: It holds the key to better health
Through the Affordable Care Act we – finally – have a health care approach that acknowledges the realities of life below the poverty line.
Community health centers: What’s working in the U.S. health care system
Community health centers, numbering nearly 1,300 in the 50 states and with decades of federal funding support, are the primary medical homes for more than 25 million people in 9,800 rural and urban co
CHP’s interim CEO identifies new challenges for healthcare network
Now, as health care has become increasingly shaped by complex business demands, growing pains have forced a more challenging balance between medicine and finances.