Kate Meyers, MPP
Senior Program Officer, People-Centered Care
Kate Meyers is a senior program officer with CHCF’s People-Centered Care team, which works to ensure that Californians — particularly those enrolled in Medi-Cal — receive responsive, comprehensive, and coordinated care that supports their health and well-being. Her work focuses on care for people with complex needs, including older adults and people with serious illnesses.
Before joining the foundation in 2017, Kate worked for eight years as an independent consultant managing initiatives to expand access to community-based palliative care in California and to spread the lessons learned by pioneering organizations involved in this work. Prior to that, she worked at Kaiser Permanente in roles focused on improving the care of older adults and reducing racial and ethnic disparities in health and health care. Her professional background includes work in self-management support for chronic conditions, integrated care for opioid overuse, and maternity care. Kate received a bachelor’s degree in history from Colgate University and a master’s degree in public policy from the University of California, Berkeley.
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