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Background

Employment History

  • Senior Program Officer
    Foundation's Innovations for the Underserved
  • Senior Program Officer
    California HealthCare Foundation
  • Deputy Director and Chief Operations Officer
    Lifelong Medical Care
  • Medical Care Acting Chief Executive Officer
    Lifelong Medical Care
  • Senior Health Care Consultant
    Kaiser Health Plan
  • Senior Program Officer
    Innovations for the Underserved

Education

  • MBA
  • MPH
  • master's degree , business administration and public health
    University of California , Berkeley
  • bachelor's degree , organization behavior and psychology
    Pitzer College
  • bachelor's degree Degree , organization behavior and psychology
    Pitzer College
  • M.B.A.
  • M.P.H.
29 Total References
Web References
Melissa Schoen, MBA, MPH, ...
www.healthcareers.org, 23 Sept 2014 [cached]
Melissa Schoen, MBA, MPH, Sr. Program Officer, The California HealthCare Foundation
Melissa Schoen - CHCF Staff - About CHCF - CHCF.org
www.chcf.org, 24 Mar 2012 [cached]
Home > About CHCF > CHCF Staff > Melissa Schoen
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Melissa Schoen, MBA, MPH
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Melissa Schoen
Melissa Schoen is a senior program officer for the foundation's Better Chronic Disease Care program, which focuses on improving clinical outcomes and quality of life for Californians with chronic diseases. She manages projects that use data and health information technology to build systems and to support high-quality care in the safety net.
Prior to joining CHCF, Schoen worked in operations at community clinics and independent physician associations. Most recently, Schoen worked as deputy director and chief operations officer at Lifelong Medical Care, a Berkeley-based community health center. Prior to Lifelong, she worked in operations and business planning for the California Region at North American Medical Management. Schoen has also worked for Kaiser Health Plan and Hospitals in Northern California as a senior health care consultant and for La Clínica de la Raza, a community health center in Oakland, as a clinic manager.
Schoen received a bachelor's degree in organization behavior and psychology from Pitzer College and master's degrees in business administration and public health from the University of California, Berkeley.
Berkeley Daily Planet
www.berkeleydailyplanet.com, 9 June 2006 [cached]
According to LifeLong Medical Care acting CEO Melissa Schoen, the grant will be used for critical facility and information technology upgrades and replacement of outdated medical and dental equipment in four of LifeLong's health clinics: West Berkeley Family Practice, Berkeley Primary Care, the Downtown Oakland Clinic, and LifeLong Dental Clinic.
"For 30 years, LifeLong has provided high quality health and social services to underserved people of all ages," Schoen said."These grants will enable us to continue to care for those who are low income and without health insurance, and work to eliminate racial and ethnic disparities in health and health care."
A major provider of medical services to the uninsured and to those with complex health needs in the East Bay, LifeLong provided approximately 101,000 primary care visits to nearly 17,000 people, among whom nearly half were uninsured, in 2005.
Schoen added that regular care prevented debilitating consequences that are costly to the patient and to California's health care system."Each time a patient chooses to use our primary care services rather than hospital emergency rooms, everyone benefits," she said.
CHCF Adds New Senior Program Officers - Press Releases - CHCF.org
images.chcf.org, 23 Aug 2007 [cached]
Melissa Schoen has been named senior program officer for the Innovations for the Underserved program and Teri Boughton joins as senior program officer for Market and Policy Monitor.
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"Melissa and Teri bring considerable skills and expertise to the Foundation," said Sam Karp, vice president of programs at CHCF.
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"Melissa's experience with safety-net institutions -- having helped to manage one -- and Teri's intimate understanding of policymaking in Sacramento will be of particular value as we launch three new program areas to guide our work during the next five years."
CHCF's new program areas are Better Chronic Disease Care, Innovations for the Underserved, and Market and Policy Monitor.
Melissa Schoen
As a senior program officer in the Innovations for the Underserved program, which works to reduce barriers to efficient, affordable health care for the underserved, Schoen, M.B.A., M.P.H., manages projects that help to improve the efficiency of safety-net institutions with a focus on community clinics.
Prior to joining CHCF, she worked as deputy director and chief operations officer at Lifelong Medical Care, a Berkeley-based community health center. Prior to Lifelong, she worked in operations and business planning for the California region at North American Medical Management. Schoen has also worked for Kaiser Health Plan and Hospitals in Northern California as a senior health care consultant and for La Clínica de la Raza, a community health center in Oakland, as a clinic manager.
Schoen earned a bachelor's degree in organization behavior and psychology from Pitzer College and master's degrees in business administration and public health from the University of California, Berkeley.
Staff Profile - About CHCF - CHCF.org
www.medicare.chcf.org, 27 Mar 2010 [cached]
Melissa Schoen, M.B.A., M.P.H.
Melissa Schoen is a senior program officer for the Foundation's Innovations for the Underserved program, which works to reduce barriers to efficient, affordable health care for the underserved. Schoen manages projects that help to improve the efficiency of safety-net institutions with a focus on community clinics.
Prior to joining CHCF, Schoen worked in operations at community clinics and independent physician associations (IPAs). Most recently, Schoen worked as deputy director and chief operations officer at Lifelong Medical Care, a Berkeley-based community health center. Prior to Lifelong, she worked in operations and business planning for the California Region at North American Medical Management. Schoen has also worked for Kaiser Health Plan and Hospitals in Northern California as a senior health care consultant and for La Clínica de la Raza, a community health center in Oakland, as a clinic manager.
Schoen earned a bachelor's degree in Organization Behavior and Psychology from Pitzer College and master's degrees in Business Administration and Public Health from the University of California, Berkeley.
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