How to effectively incorporate health literacy PDSA Cycles into Becoming Health Literate Organizations Across A Network of Provider Types
May 03, 2019 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Kristen M. Mouton, MBA
Senior Administrative Director, DSRIP
Kristen Mouton is the Senior Administrative Director of the Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment Program (DSRIP) for Northwell Health at Staten Island University Hospital. DSRIP is a population health management program for the Medicaid population. In her role, Kristen is responsible for the development, implementation and outcomes of 11 projects in the areas of System Transformation, Clinical Improvement, and Disease Prevention.
Her strong leadership skills and dedication to continuous improvement are supported by the continued success of the Staten Island University Hospital DSRIP projects. The Staten Island programs are influencing change in the behaviors and the way Medicaid recipient’s access health care. Since the inception of the DSRIP Programs at SIUH there have been successful outcomes for the patient population across all projects.
As it relates to population health, Kristen believes that system transformation requires a coordinated approach, engaging the resources to address the social, economic and medical needs of the patient; the key to truly successful programs is to design them with the patient at their center.
Kristen has been part of the Staten Island University Hospital family since 2010 where she began as an Assistant to the Residency Coordinator in the Department of Surgery and quickly grew into the role of Director of Surgical Education and Faculty Development.
Kristen completed her Bachelors of Science in Psychology and her MBA with a focus in Health Care Administration from Monmouth University. She is enrolled in the Health and Medical Science PhD program at Seaton Hall University.