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Population Health Coordinator, Knox Community Hospital
Elizabeth “Beth” Tracy has been a Registered Nurse for over 20 years. She is certified in Chronic Care Transition Management (CCCTM) and is the Population Health Coordinator at Knox Community Hospital (KCH), currently managing a team of 15 clinical navigators.
Beth joined KCH in 2016 when the Population Health program was in its early initial stages. She was integral in building the Transitional Care Management program focusing on ambulatory services. Beth’s diligent work to address barriers and build new pathways within the hospital and in the greater community has led to desired outcomes. In 2020, 90% of the 500 patients served by this team have avoided a readmission within thirty days.
Beth has spent most of her career in post-acute settings. She was a home health and hospice nurse, and pioneered telehealth and heart failure protocols. She has held home health leadership positions in business development, operations, and clinician management. Her passion is collaboration in healthcare, believing that patients are served best and most successfully when shared visions, accountability and access across all continuums of care exist seamlessly.
Beth is an active member of the AAACN and AAMCN, and current goals include developing processes to more thoroughly address Social Determinants of Health and continue to advocate for their vital place in Population Health.
Beth is the proud mother of three, and when not in the stands cheering them on in basketball, she is likely planning her next vacation trip with her husband, Travis.