GREAT FALLS – Alluvion Health, formerly known as the Community Health Care Center, is proud to recognize one of their employees for receiving a national award.
Jody Haines, Director of Innovation and Population Health, was awarded the American College of Healthcare Associates (ACHE) Senior Level Healthcare Executive Regent’s Award.
This award recognizes ACHE members who are experienced in the field and have made significant contributions to the advancement of healthcare.
The American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) is an international professional society of 40,000 healthcare executives who lead hospitals, healthcare systems and other healthcare organizations.
Jody is a remote worker for Alluvion Health but travels frequently to Great Falls.
In her current position, she looks at the healthcare industry and the different innovations and regulations across the industry. Then she looks into what innovations and regulations she can implement at Alluvion Health to give their patients the best primary care.
Being in the healthcare industry is something Jody saw herself doing her whole life. She said, “I went back and forth between playing teacher and also I started my first medical clinic in my basement of our house at ten years old.”
Jody also noted that being in the healthcare industry is in her genes. Her mother was in the healthcare industry for several years and is still doing lots of works across the state moving healthcare forward.
Jody is a fifth-generation Montanan. She said, “I look forward to working with Montanans across the state and I’m very proud to call this state home.”
This award is not given annually, but rather it is awarded when an individual is qualified.
Jody said about receiving the award, “It’s incredibly humbling, I think it’s exciting to move health care forward. It’s really empowering and really rewarding when you can make a difference.”
Reporting by Kasey Herman for MTN News