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Brooke Ehrenpreis specializes in designing, managing and evaluating initiatives to enhance health care access and quality for underserved populations and to reduce health disparities.
An advocate for coverage for the uninsured, Brooke has worked across industry sectors to expand public programs, streamline eligibility and enrollment, and strengthen the safety net. Brooke brings her policy analysis, facilitation and coalition building expertise to client projects. She has extensive knowledge of enrollment and eligibility systems for Medicaid and CHIP. She also understands the underlying challenges and complexities of health system design and delivery for vulnerable populations.
Prior to joining HMA, Brooke served as a director for National Health Foundation and Insure the Uninsured Project. In both roles, she led organizational efforts to advance statewide and national health reform.
Brooke has worked collaboratively with counties across California to develop policy recommendations and implementation strategies focused on coverage expansion and delivery system integration. She has assisted hospital administrators and providers with adoption of patient-centered care practices and helped to lay the groundwork for development of an integrated delivery network among safety net providers in South Los Angeles. During renewal of the California Medicaid Section 1115 Waiver, Brooke facilitated the development of county coverage initiatives statewide. She has worked closely with stakeholders, policymakers and health leaders to advance health care reform legislation in California. Brooke has also led numerous health education programs focused on chronic disease prevention and appropriate utilization of health care services.
Brooke received her master’s degree in public health from the University of California-Los Angeles and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of California-Berkeley.
Brooke and her husband enjoy exploring new cultural and culinary experiences.