San Francisco, CA
Michael Mabanglo is an experienced healthcare professional who has worked with Medicaid managed care plans providing practice transformation consultation and practice coaching. He has also trained and implemented integrated complex team-based care within plans’ diverse network of safety net organizations, serving vulnerable populations.
With more than 15 years of leadership, executive management, and direct provider experience in integrated behavioral health and complex care programs, Michael joined HMA after working with Care Integration Partners. There, he served as interim initiative director and practice coach for 12 healthcare organizations with 17 clinic sites, focusing on leadership and employee engagement, patient engagement, population health, quality improvement, and complex care management. He sought to enhance organizational alignment to sustainably serve the most vulnerable patients, while addressing behavioral health and substance use disorder, medical, and complex social needs.
While working with Jen Clancy Consulting and Care Integration Partners, Michael served as a collaborative team member in a multi-disciplinary team of psychiatrists, physicians, psychologists, social workers, and other content expert consultants in population health. This cohort, as part of an innovative, three-year initiative, worked to prepare healthcare organizations to be community-based care entities within the Health Homes Program. He facilitated collaborative partnerships with leaders of public and behavioral health services, local hospitals, community-based agencies, and a regional health plan.
A skilled trainer and presenter, he has trained hundreds of direct service providers and administrators on topics including integrated behavioral health implementation, routine outcome monitoring, employee experience, and motivational interviewing.
A seasoned clinical provider, Michael has provided direct services to children, teens, and adults in family medicine, internal medicine, and pediatric clinics for more than 15 years. He implemented and re-engineered integrated behavioral health services at an innovative federally qualified health center (FQHC) while managing and supervising multi-site teams of behavioral health clinicians, psychiatrists, nurses, and support staff.
Michael earned his doctorate from Smith College, master’s degree in social welfare from the University of California, Berkley, and his bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Los Angeles.