Sarah Bellefleur, MSW, MHA

Project: "Substance Assistance for Elderly (SAFE)"
SCAN Health Plan

Sarah Bellefleur joined SCAN Health Plan in 2003 and has held a variety of positions within the organization. She has been responsible for developing and implementing programs, services and products serving vulnerable populations, notably the frail elderly and persons living with chronic illnesses and conditions. She has also defined the organization’s Model of Care, developing new Chronic Special Needs Plans, and assisting with organizational efforts around serving dual-eligibles. In her current leadership role as strategic project professional, she leads integration and collaboration efforts with providers, vendors, and research partners, as well as actively managing projects aimed to improve health care delivery and quality outcomes.

Sarah earned a master’s degree in healthcare administration at California State University, Long Beach, and a master’s degree in social work/families and aging at California State University, Los Angeles. She holds a bachelor’s degree in social work from Central Connecticut State University.

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