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Francoise Jean-Louis

Francoise Jean-Louis

Sr. Consultant, Population Health & Health Equity
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Francoise Jean-Louis is a Sr. Consultant, Population Health & Health Equity at RTI Health Advance

Francoise Jean-Louis has 15 years of experience working on improving population health outcomes. Her area of expertise is using actionable data to implement performance improvement activities and effect behavior change in both community-based and clinical settings. Francoise has a proven track record for managing quality improvement initiatives that resulted in year-over-year improvement in patient outcomes and key performance indicators.

Francoise’s current work involves working with payers, providers, and other healthcare organizations to improve the quality of care for their patients and drive better health outcomes.

Francoise has an MS in Health Science with a concentration in Community Health from Towson University and a BS in Psychology from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

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