Laura Chaise is currently Vice President of Long-Term Services and Supports and Medicare-Medicaid Plans at Centene Corporation, a multi-national company that provides government sponsored and commercial healthcare programs focusing on under-insured and uninsured individuals. Ms. Chaise leads product strategy and innovation for Centene's managed care programs for older adults and individuals with disabilities across 15 states. She began her career at the Claims Conference overseeing grants to local organizations that provide home and community-based services for Holocaust survivors, and has also worked as a strategy consultant at McKinsey & Company and as a volunteer with the Alzheimer's Association. She received her BA in Psychology at Yale University, and her MBA and Certificate in Health Sector Management at Duke University.
The Center for Advancing Racial Equity and Job Quality in Long-Term Care (The Center for Equity) is a national hub for developing innovative workforce policy and fostering narrative change in long-term care (LTC). Our work centers the majority Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) women and immigrant caregiving workforce and confronts the links between systemic racial and gender inequities and poor job quality. We unite diverse stakeholders in service of building the equitable caregiving infrastructure our nation needs.
The Center for Equity is an initiative of the Healthcare Career Advancement Program (H-CAP), a national labor/management organization which works with employers, unions and workers to raise standards across the healthcare industry. The initiative is generously funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
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