At the end of last year, Women We Admire announced their Top Women Leaders of Ohio for 2022, a group of leaders from both large and small organizations in industries including healthcare, consumer products, banking, education, and more.
Among the 2022 awardees is our very own Tiffany Mattingly, VP, Clinical Strategies. Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, Tiffany has acted as a guiding light for COVID response in the region, serving as a liaison for state leaders to break down barriers and provide equitable and high-quality care for all.
Tiffany’s unwavering dedication to the region’s COVID-19 pandemic response, including testing and vaccine programs like Test & Protect, have made her a nationally recognized leader in the clinical space. Check out a part of her recognition below, and the full highlight on the Women We Admire website, along with the other awardees and their contributions to the community.
“Tiffany Mattingly is responsible for leading high quality, equitable, clinical initiatives through a diverse lens of clinical, programmatic, quality, and operational experiences, providing strategic guidance across communities, programs, and stakeholders. Tiffany serves as the Clinical Advisor across The Health Collaborative’s organizational matrix, supporting all service lines and professional service structures. For over 15 years, Tiffany has been a noteworthy leader in the clinical initiatives space, engaging in multiple initiatives either influenced by or influencing health equity, health policy, healthcare workforce, health data information, and value-based payment.
Tiffany served as Project Director of Comprehensive Primary Care Plus, the largest payment demonstration project launched by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation. She led the technical assistance strategy and data assistance for 550 primary care practices across the state of Ohio/Northern Kentucky for the duration of the five-year program. Recognized as a leader and trusted health expert, Tiffany is responsible for the coordinated COVID-19 pandemic response for 16 counties in Southwest Ohio, Southeast Indiana, and Northern Kentucky. Through this coordinated, multi-agency effort across local health systems, hospitals and public health, officials have the data and resources needed to make actionable decisions. Recognized nationally, Mattingly and other local leaders met with Health and Human Services Secretary, Alex Azar, as he sought best practices from across the county. Throughout the pandemic, Tiffany serves as a liaison to state leaders to ensure barriers to equitable and high-quality health care related to COVID-19 are addressed. Through Hamilton County CARES funding, Tiffany developed and ran a no-cost testing and vaccination program available to all residents and employees of Hamilton County.”