Phyllis G. M. Gunning, MPH, Director of Clinical Programs; Amy White-Storfer, MBA, PMP, Director Community Partners of WNY, PPS; Michele Mercer; Al Hammonds, John Craik, P2 Executive Director.
Millennium Collaborative Care, PPS was very pleased to join Community Partners of WNY in participating in “WNY Performing Provider Systems: Care for the Future”; a community quarterly report hosted by the P2 Collaborative of Western New York.
Held March 24, 2017 at the WNED studios, the program was moderated by John Craik, P2 Executive Director, and included PPS presentations, followed by audience Q&A.
Al Hammonds, CSSBB, Executive Director; and Michele Mercer, RN, MSHSA, Chief Clinical Integration Officer presented on behalf of Millennium.
Community Partners of WNY, PPS was represented by Amy White-Storfer, MBA, PMP, Director and Phyllis G. M. Gunning, MPH, Director of Clinical Programs.
The event also featured remarks from Nora OBrien-Suric, PhD., who was recently named President of the Health Foundation for Western & Central New York.
Please watch for a video replay of the program that will be made available in the coming days by P2 Collaborative.
For additional photos, please visit: the Millennium Facebook page.
Priti Bangia, Population Health Manager, Millennium Collaborative Care PPS, was featured in a “banner testimonial” displayed at the Buffalo Niagara Go Red For Women Luncheon on Feb. 1 at The Lexus Club at Key Bank Center in downtown Buffalo.
The Buffalo Niagara Go Red For Women Luncheon brings together the top companies and hospitals in Erie and Niagara County. On average, about 300 people participate each year to celebrate heart health and/or recommit to taking better care of themselves. Participants are encouraged to join the mission and help spread awareness of women’s No. 1 killer – heart disease.
Joining the Go Red For Women Luncheon means joining a strong community of women and men who are committed to fighting heart disease and stroke. For further information please contact Nina Lenhard, Development Director Nina.Lenhard@heart.org | www.heart.org / P 716-243-4609