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2023 Momentum Awards
April 25 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
AIHI’s Momentum Awards celebrate industry professionals who are using innovation and disruptions to move behavioral health care forward.
- Sector Innovator Award– Justin Neece accepting on behalf of i2i Population Health
- Advocacy Champion Award– New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy for Maternal Health
- Research Pioneer Award– Dr. Joel Cantor accepting on behalf of Rutgers- Center for State Health Policy
- Population Health Leader Award- Nicole Vaughn, PhD & Naomi Marmorstein, PhD accepting on behalf of South Jersey Institute for Population Health
- Partnership Award– Amy Mansue accepting on behalf of Inspira Health
About the awardees:
i2i Population Health
i2i Population Health is a dynamic, innovative organization that is dedicated to leveraging technology and strategic alliances in order to improve health outcomes and reduce care disparities. Their key areas of focus are reflective of their forward-thinking approach and their commitment to supporting providers and building systems which adapt to the needs of changing and diverse communities across the country. i2i is the nation’s largest population health technology company serving the underserved, safety net market. Our solution platform publishes normalized clinical and administrative data through a unique quality management and care coordination application, driving improved outcomes in quality program performance.
New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy for Maternal Health
New Jersey’s First Lady has been a tireless advocate in combating the state’s maternal and infant mortality rates, and creating an environment in New Jersey where women can have healthy and successful pregnancies. On Maternal Health Awareness Day 2019, First Lady Tammy Murphy launched Nurture NJ, a statewide awareness campaign committed to reducing maternal and infant mortality and ensuring equitable care among women and children of all races and ethnicities. This campaign focuses on improving collaboration and programming between all departments, agencies, and stakeholders to make New Jersey the safest and most equitable place in the nation to give birth and raise a baby.
Dr. Joel Cantor accepting on behalf of Rutgers- Center for State Health Policy
Dr. Cantor and the Rutgers CSHP are leaders within the state regarding research related to health-specific policy. Their commitment to quality and impactful research practices is only equaled by their openness to partnerships and community-focused collaborations. Nationally recognized for its contributions to health policy decision-making, the Center provides analytic expertise in the areas of Access and Coverage, Health and Long-Term Care Workforce, Health System Performance Improvement, Long-Term Services and Supports, and Population Health.
Nicole Vaughn, PhD accepting on behalf of South Jersey Institute for Population Health
The South Jersey Institute for Population Health (SJIPH) are committed to leveraging research, innovative collaborations, and meaningful partnerships with a variety of stakeholders in order to improve the health and well-being of residents in South Jersey.
Amy Mansue accepting on behalf of Inspira Health
Amy Mansue and the Inspira Health System team are the epitomai of a health system partner that understands the larger need of communities, and the importance of engaging local and statewide stakeholders to improve health for all. In addition to opening seven new locations to serve local residents, the system hosted more than 100 community events, partnered with multiple community stakeholders in the implementation of violence prevention initiatives for local residents, and even partnered with Rowan College of South Jersey to improve the pipeline of healthcare employees.