Double board certified as both an advanced nursing executive and family nurse practitioner, Jodi Carter-Jones is a results-focused healthcare leader with expertise in all aspects of healthcare delivery services, managed care, program development and evaluation, policy creation, and education.
Before joining HMA, Jodi served in several roles and leadership positions as an independent family nurse practitioner, including working in rural health, government contracts, and providing telemedicine, primary care, and independent medical exams for veterans. In addition, her previous work also includes serving as national lead for regulatory compliance, business development, and clinical programs director with CVS Health overseeing CMS contracts, fee-for-service transitions to managed care, integrated care models, directing senior leadership teams, and value-based innovations.
A strategist and convergent thinker with demonstrated success in implementing the Quadruple Aim of improving population health, patient, and provider satisfaction, and reducing per capita cost as a collaborator with payers and health systems, she has a wide range of clinical operations and patient care expertise including clinical strategy, innovation, clinical quality improvements, leadership, and mentoring. Dr. Carter-Jones is also an adjunct professor for a graduate nursing program and teaches organizational theory and leadership.
She earned her doctoral degree from the University of South Alabama and two Masters of Science degrees, ne in executive administration and one as a family nurse practitioner. She is a Lean Six Sigma Blackbelt in Healthcare, fellow of the Management and Strategy Institute, certified in Trauma-Informed care, and holds several Federal Emergency Management Agency and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention certifications and she is licensed in multiple states.