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Ron Bialek, MPP, CQIA


President
Public Health Foundation, DC

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE President and Executive Director - Public Health Foundation - 1997 to Present ? Oversees all aspects of Foundation management and administration, including fundraising and grant writing, project development and implementation, personnel, finance, and procurement ? Provides conceptual leadership, including setting research design, developing and approving project designs, conducting quality review of project deliverables, and supervising the development of publications and presentations ? Provides direct technical assistance to state and local public health agencies on community assessment, health objective development, infrastructure analysis, performance management, and quality improvement ? Consults with federal, state, and local policymakers on a variety of public health issues Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 1997-Present Associate, Department of Health Policy and Management ? Teaches courses on public health practice, performance management and improvement, and community health assessment ? Mentors students for internships at the Public Health Foundation ? Conducts joint research with faculty on improving the operations and effectiveness of public health agencies ? Assists in development of distance learning courses ? Serves on school leadership and public health training center development committees Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 1988-1996 Director, Health Program Alliance; Instructor, Department of Health Policy and Management, Division of Public Health ? Established goals and objectives of program and procured all funding ? Supervised budgets, training and supervision of personnel ? Provided technical and educational assistance to public and private health agencies ? Served on healthy agency committees addressing health care system, health care cost, and preventive care issues RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS ? Bialek, R., Carden, J., and Duffy, G. ?Supporting Public Health Departments? Quality Improvement Initiatives: Lessons Learned From the Public Health Foundation.? Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. Vol. 16, No. 1, January-February, 2010. ? Bialek, R., Duffy, G., and Moran, J., editors. The Public Health Quality Improvement Handbook. American Society for Quality Quality Press: Milwaukee, 2009. ? Nolan, P., Bialek, R., Kushion, ML., Lenaway, D., and Hamm, MS,. ?Financing and Creating Incentives for a Voluntary National Accreditation System for Public Health.? Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. Vol. 13, No. 4, July-August, 2007. ? Kanarek, N., Stanley, J., and Bialek, R. ?Local Public Health Agency Performance and Community Health Status.? Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. Vol. 12, No. 6, November-December, 2006. ? Barry, M., and Bialek, R. ?Tracking Our Investments in Public Health: What Have We Learned?? Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. Vol. 10, No. 5, September-October, 2004. ? Public Health Foundation. Return on Investment of Nationwide Health Tracking. Health-Track. August, 2001. ? Eilbert, K., Barry, M., Bialek, R., Garufi, M., Maiese, D., Gebbie, K., and Fox, CE, ?Public Health Expenditures: Developing Estimates for Improved Policy Making.? Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. Vol. 3, No. 3, May, 1997. RELEVANT PRESENTATIONS ? Using Quality Improvement Techniques to Find Innovative Solutions for STD Programs, Division of Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, November 16, 2009, Atlanta, GA. ? Using Community Data to Improve Community Health: Planning, Policy, and Tracking, American Public Health Association Annual Conference, November 11, 2009, Phil., PA ? Utilizing the Advanced Tools of QI To Solve Problems ? Understanding the Challenges Public Health Organizations Will Face in 2010, American Public Health Association Annual Conference, November 9, 2009, Philadelphia, PA. ? Performance Management and Quality Improvement: Tools and Resources for Public Health, Mid-Atlantic Health Leadership Institute (MHLI), October 20, 2009, Baltimore, MD. ? H1N1: Applying Quality Improvement to Current Public Health Issues, Multi-State Learning Collaborative Open Forum, September 18, 2009, Chicago, IL. ? Can Quality Improvement Methods Be Used to Help Implement Science? National Institute for Drug Abuse CJ-DATS Steering Committee Meeting, June 3, 2009, Rockville, MD. ? Public Health Accreditation and Quality Improvement, Community Indicators Consortium Conference, June 27, 2008, Washington, DC.


Sessions

Date Time Title Track Session Type Location
Jul 15, 2010 1:15 PM-
2:45 PM
Using the Advanced Tools of Quality Improvement to Leverage the Power and Reach of Public Health Best Practices and Their Impact on the Six Winnable Battles Sharing Session (90 minutes) Room 26

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