Lisa L. (Hockett) White, MS, has spent the bulk of her career in long-term care leadership, pharmacy, and health plan operations. An expert in issues such as transitions of care, institutional pharmacy practice, population health, and value-based care, Lisa has a particular passion for at-risk and vulnerable patients.
In all her healthcare roles, she has been successful in overlaying patient safety best practices and systems thinking to improve the performance and efficiency of clinical service lines. Most recently, Lisa redesigned and operationalized a Population Health Management program for Passport Health Plan, a non-profit Medicaid insurer in Kentucky. As a member of the Evolent Health team, she also successfully built and led the governance process for all facets of Passport Health Plan’s inaugural Value Based Care Shared Savings program, working closely with health systems and participating provider groups.
A 2013 graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Patient Safety Leadership master’s program, Lisa is a determined and vocal advocate for assessing human factors and bias in creating clinical operation service lines to better serve both providers and the patients they care for. Lisa also holds a BS in biology from Georgia State University, with a specialty in human disease. Balancing both financial drivers and clinical outcomes, Lisa uses her patient safety, quality, Six Sigma, and healthcare operations expertise to bring stakeholders together for high-quality, safe patient care.