Henry brings more than 35 years of transformative leadership experience to his role as President and Chief Executive Officer of Health Center Partners of Southern California. Prior to joining HCP in 2014, Henry served as CEO of Manet Community Health in Quincy, MA, and previously Outer Cape Health Services on Cape Cod. While in Massachusetts, Henry served on the board of the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers and other local institutions. Before moving into primary care, Henry led internal and external communication for Pacific Gas and Electric Company, a Fortune 100 company, and previously led marketing and communication for Childrens Hospital Los Angeles.
He earned a bachelor's in English from Boston College and is a certificate from the UCLA Anderson School Health Care Executive Program.
Henry serves on various boards and committees including San Diego County’s Health Services Advisory Board, the Healthy San Diego Joint Consumer and Professional Advisory Committee, and the board of San Diegans for Healthcare Coverage. He is a member of the board of the California Primary Care Association, where he chairs the Government Programs Committee. He also chairs the Regional Associations of California, and he serves on the Capital Link Board of Directors. He continues to serve on NACHC’s health policy and legislative committee and the HCCN Task Force.
As Executive Vice President for IHP, Amanda drives overall strategy for the network, ensuring that member organizations are equipped to provide the highest-quality care for patients in the region, which spans San Diego and Riverside Counties. Simmons has dedicated her career to caring for underserved populations and improving the public health system.
Before assuming her position as EVP for IHP, Amanda led strategy, business development, and Medicaid reform for various health care organizations.
Amanda holds a master's in healthcare transformation from the University of Texas and a bachelor of business administration from LeTourneau University.
Sarah's comprehensive experience with health care delivery and the care continuum, leveraging health IT for evidence-based initiatives, and the maintenance of a centralized data aggregation and population health management tool will prove invaluable to the future of IHP and its member health centers.
Cho, a trained epidemiologist, will oversee the network's technology initiatives, and data aggregation, integrity and analysis to improve clinical quality measures, leading towards actionable reporting for health center providers.
Prior to joining IHP, Cho worked at Scripps Health since 2006, where she most recently held the position of Corporate Director of Population Health Analytics for Scripps Accountable Care Organization (ACO), Health Plan, and the Qualcomm Premier ACO. In this role, she headed the population health data science team to support the transformation of big data into actionable insights to drive improvement in clinical outcomes for value-based populations. In previous positions at Scripps, Cho led reporting and analytics for Corporate Quality Assurance and the Project Management Office. Cho received her B.S. in biological sciences from the University of the Pacific and her M.P.H. in research epidemiology from Loma Linda University.
Chief Medical Officer, Integrated Health Partners of Southern California
Medical Director, Health Quality Partners of Southern California
A Family Physician, Dr. Schultz sees patients at Neighborhood Healthcare, where he has been Chief Medical Officer since 2001, and as a part-time hospitalist at Palomar Medical Center. He has been instrumental in growing health center operations, improving patient access to specialty services, adopting new technologies and achieving Patient Centered Medical Home accreditation. Presently, Dr. Shultz also serves as Medical Director for Project Access San Diego.
Before joining Neighborhood Healthcare, Dr. Schultz served as President and Medical Director of Graybill Medical Group in San Diego County. He received his medical degree from University of California, Los Angeles, and a master's in business administration from California State University, San Marcos. Dr. Schultz is a candidate for an international Diploma in Mountain Medicine and working toward a Fellowship in the Wilderness Medical Society.