Diana Camacho is a senior program officer for CHCF’s Improving Access team, which works to improve access to coverage and care for Californians with low incomes. Diana leads our body of work on telehealth.
Diana was previously at Kaiser Permanente, where she led Medicaid care delivery collaborations and national community benefit strategy and grantmaking within the health care safety net. While at Kaiser Permanente, Diana led the development of a national telehealth initiative aimed at enhancing telehealth practice at Federally Qualified Health Centers and health care providers for people experiencing homelessness. Prior to Kaiser Permanente, Diana was director of community health at John Muir Health where, in addition to her community grantmaking, she led cultural competency, language access, and community needs assessments. Diana started her public health career supporting the needs of people living with HIV/AIDS as a social worker, health educator, and program coordinator.
Diana earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a master’s degree in public health from the University of California, Berkeley.
Articles by Diana
Use the form below to send an email to Diana.