Ann Loeffler, MSPH, PMP joined CHI in 2018 as a Director, with a focus on improving community health, safety net providers, and value-based care and payment. Ann’s primary interests include improving health care systems through data analytics and adaptive leadership.
Before joining CHI, Ann served as a senior consultant at JSI Research and Training Institute (JSI), a health care consulting firm focusing on underserved populations around the globe. She assisted organizations and agencies with strategic planning, capacity-building, market and data analysis, and other activities supporting organizational development, such as federal grant-writing.
Most recently she has co-authored several publications and led workshops on value-based payment for health care organizations across the country such as the National Association of Community Health Centers and the Health Resources and Services Administration-funded HITEQ Center. A native of Appalachia, Ann served as the rural health lead for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Delta Center for a Thriving Safety Net, the first national center to focus exclusively on transforming payment and care for ambulatory primary care and behavioral health services.
Prior to joining JSI, Ann was Director of Development for People’s Clinic, now part of Clinica Family Health, in Boulder.
Ann received her Bachelor of Science (biomedical policy) from Kenyon College and her Master of Science in Public Health (epidemiology) from the University of Colorado. She is certified by Project Management Institute as a Project Management Professional and by Gallup as a Strengths-Based Leadership Coach.