Lindsay Dietz, BSW, MAPM has worked in the healthcare and non-profit field serving the underserved population for more than 17 years. Beginning her career in Venezuela, Mrs. Dietz focused on the development of multidisciplinary team approaches for in-patient pediatric services for burn victims and their families. Following, she worked the national level with the Venezuelan National Telecommunication agency leading several projects focused on engaging the community leaders, expanding the use of radio/technology communication services, and increasing access to care for rural and native Venezuelan population. Her experience includes developing national strategic plans to provide access to care and data collection and analysis (social-economic indicators of health). Mrs. Dietz has worked with clinical/non-clinical staff, built multidisciplinary teams, and leveraged the use of technology and effective workflows to benefit the Value-Based Care reimbursement model. Mrs. Dietz, who is bilingual (English/Spanish), earned her undergraduate degree and licensure in Social Work at the Central University of Venezuela with publishing honors. She also completed a Master’s degree in Administration and Project Management from Northern Arizona University with honors and academic recognition. Mrs. Dietz also holds a certificate in Infant and Family Studies from the Harris Infant Mental Health Institute specialized in Trauma Informed Care, Motivational Interviewing, and Behavioral Health.
Mrs. Dietz is an active member of the National Association of Community Health Centers and a member of their Health Centers Controlled Network (HCCN) Task Force. She has also contributed to NCQA’s Digital Quality Summit and other national data/technology related workgroups.