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Colleen Reuland, MS

Colleen Reuland works with health systems focused on improving care and health outcomes for children with health complexity. She has expertise in ensuring quality measurement and improvement activities are patient-centered and that methods are used to engage with parents and youth with lived experience. Ms. Reuland is the measure steward for the Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act (CHIPRA) Child Core set measure focused on developmental screening. Her work in Oregon includes co-developing the System-Level Social Emotional Health Metric, leading the development of the child health complexity data concept and supporting the operationalization of the data dissemination and use by health systems.

Lydia Chiang, MD

Dr. Lydia Chiang is a Pediatrician at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) Doernbecher General Pediatrics. Dr. Chiang helps to lead technical assistance efforts for OPIP, with a focus on ensuring health systems support children with health complexity. She attended Harvard College and Harvard Medical School and received her pediatric training at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Chiang spent nine years practicing general pediatrics in New Jersey prior to joining OHSU in 2011. She loves working with children and enjoys the special relationships she is able to form with pediatric patients and their families. She finds it very rewarding to be the primary care physician for both healthy and health complex patients.

Breena Holmes, MD

Elizabeth Baskett

Steven Kairys, MD

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Join Café 3 of The Future of Care for Children with Medical Complexity Virtual Café Series to hear from discussants who will share framing around the current policy landscape for children with medical complexity. This inter-disciplinary café-style series is led by the Center for Innovation in Social Work and Health at the Boston University School of Social Work.

Dean Wu, an avid fisherman, will host the Fourth Annual Food Allergy Kayak Bass Fishing Fundraiser Tournament at New Melones Lake on July 27. Thanks...

Join Café 4 of The Future of Care for Children with Medical Complexity Virtual Café Series to hear from discussants who will share framing around the current state of research priorities for children with medical complexity, including family-driven measurement. This inter-disciplinary café-style series is led by the Center for Innovation in Social Work and Health at the Boston University School of Social Work.