Psychiatry Tech presents Future Of Mental Health Featuring Cara McNulty, DPA (Re-Play)
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Cara McNulty, DPA, is the President of Aetna Behavioral Health. As a highly regarded leader and population health scientist, she shares her passion for breaking down barriers in EAPs and addressing social determinants of health, in order to lift up communities.
About Cara McNulty, DPA
Cara McNulty, DPA, oversees a national team that spearheads the development of programs, products and capabilities designed to offer individuals easy access to quality, innovative treatments and meet people along their health care journey, while driving engagement and improving health outcomes, through an easy and meaningful experience.
Cara is a highly regarded executive leader and population health scientist whose success in driving population well-being outcomes spans the employer, government, payer/provider, start-up and education sectors. She is known for her ability to integrate confirmed health science into practical business models that drive measurable outcomes.
She holds a doctorate in public administration from Hamline University, a Master of Science in Applied Health Science from Indiana University and a Bachelor of Science in community health education from the University of Minnesota-Duluth.
Listen today as she talks with out hosts, Marjorie Morrison and Patrick Kennedy.
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