Sue Williamson has a 20-year history in the healthcare field that includes work in the private, public and nonprofit sectors. Sue formerly served as the CEO of Signal Behavioral Health Network, a managed services organization that supported the work of Colorado’s substance use disorder treatment providers. At the Colorado Health Foundation, Sue oversaw the $35 million portfolio of health care grants. As the Deputy Executive Director at the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing, Sue led efforts to launch and support the medical homes for children for Medicaid and CHP+. Sue also served as the COO of the Colorado Children’s Campaign and was Director of the EPSDT (Medicaid comprehensive healthcare for children) outreach program at the Colorado Department Public Health and Environment. Sue was the recipient of the 2009 Child Health and Welfare Award presented by the Colorado Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics in recognition of her outstanding contribution to the health and welfare of children in Colorado.
Steve is the founder and former Medical Director of the Colorado Children’s Healthcare Access Program (CCHAP), Tenured Professor, head of the Division of Community Pediatrics and Vice Chair in the Department of Pediatrics at the University Of Colorado School Of Medicine. At Children’s Hospital Colorado, he is a member of the Children’s Hospital Colorado Advocacy Institute Leadership Board, is Chair of the Access-To-Care Task Force of the Children’s Hospital Colorado Advocacy Institute, and a member of the Community Benefit Committee of the Board of Directors of Children’s Hospital Colorado. He is also Medical Director of The Pediatric Locum Tenens Service. He is Founder and first Chairperson of the Section on Telephone Care for the American Academy of Pediatrics and lead author of the AAP Manual entitled “The Complete Guide: Developing a Telephone Triage and Advice System for a Pediatric Office Practice.”
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Director of Practice Facilitation
Mindy’s career in healthcare spans over 20 years. With experience in virtually every office role, she can relate to many of the struggles practices face as they undergo change. In the last six years, her experience has concentrated on facilitating practices through implementation of evidence-based guidelines. Mindy uses a range of techniques including quality improvement methods and academic detailing to facilitate practices through change. Her passion is helping practices create effective processes that utilize a team-based approach and result in better patient care.
Bridget is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and began her journey working with children and families as a preschool teacher with children with special needs before pursuing a doctorate in Clinical Psychology. After graduate school in Illinois where she specialized in Child, Adolescent and Family systems, Bridget completed the Irving Harris Infant Mental Health and Child Development Fellowship program at the University of Colorado Denver. Bridget’s work has since focused on integrative behavioral health care and local, state and federal systems of care, with an emphasis on families with children birth to five. In addition to her position with CCHAP, Bridget is the Past President of the Colorado Association for Infant Mental Health (CoAIMH), an appointed stakeholder of the CDHS Child Welfare Prevention Steering Committee, teaching Faculty in the Irving Harris Fellowship program, active in state legislation related to children and families, and rendered care as a clinical supervising psychologist at Children’s Hospital Colorado in Primary Care.