• Healthcare Lecturer Spoke at National Conference


Amy MacNulty, a lecturer of Healthcare Administration, recently gave a presentation at the National Home and Community Based Services Conference on Healthcare and Community Based Organizations. A Win – Win: Learnings from an Expert Panel.

Currently, she serves as Project Director for Mass Home Care’s Community Care Linkages. With more than 25 years of healthcare experience, MacNulty is a recognized leader in facilitation, strategic planning, strengthening physician-hospital relationships, and clinical-services business planning. She is also the president of MacNulty Consulting, a healthcare management consulting firm.

MacNulty and co-presenter Sue Lachenmayr, program director at the Center for Healthy Aging, National Council on Aging, shared their findings from an expert panel on partnering and financing opportunities to link healthcare systems to community-based organizations (CBOs).

They shared their findings on how to expand access to evidence-based healthy aging programs and strategies to scale and sustain self management supports for evolving healthcare organizations under health reform. Their full presentation is available online.

MacNulty is a frequent presenter on health reform topics, including: new models of care and community living, integrating care: partnerships between community-based organizations and accountable care organizations, transforming healthcare: becoming a valued partner, and new models of care and the role of the aging services network. Recently, she presented at conferences and webinars sponsored by CMS Center for Innovation, Administration on Community Living, Mass Home Care, LeadingAge MA Annual Conference & Expo, Jewish Family & Children’s Services, The World Congress Leadership Summit, and Suffolk University’s Moakley Center for Public Management.

Before joining Sawyer Business School, MacNulty served as senior principal and northeast region manager for Noblis, a nationally recognized science, technology, and strategy organization and Managing Principal for The Bristol Group.

In 2007, the New England Society for Healthcare Strategy named MacNulty Healthcare Strategist of the Year.

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