Kayla WilliamsInterim Deputy Director of Population Health
Kayla Williams is Community Health Partnership’s Interim Deputy Director of Population Health. In this role, she supports member health centers’ through disseminating best practices and providing technical assistance to improve clinical workflows and patient outcomes. She is also a trainer for some of the workforce development initiatives under CHP’s emerging Training Institute model.
CHP’s Population Health team convenes clinic members through the following quarterly forums: Data Committee, Health Information Technology Workgroup, Medical Directors Meetings, and the CHP Health Improvement Committee.
Ms. Williams previously facilitated county-wide learning collaborative sessions for the Whole Person Care pilots that have now transitioned to the state-wide Cal Aim initiative. She currently leads collaborative partnerships with local managed care plans to support data sharing, performance improvement, and implementation of value-based care programs.
Her passion lies at the intersection of the Quadruple Aim of health care and racial justice. Every day she is inspired by health center staff who offer exemplary care and the patient champions who uphold CHP’s mission to “advocate for quality, affordable, accessible, and culturally competent health care systems that demonstrate respect and compassion for our diverse communities.”
Master of Public Health (c) with a Concentration in Health Policy and Management from UC Berkeley
Bachelor of Science in Public Health Science and Biology with Concentration in Biomedical Science from Santa Clara University