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Caroline Au-Yeung, MPH, is a research fellow at the State Health Access Data Assistance Center (SHADAC) in the University of Minnesota School of Public Health and specializes in qualitative evaluations. She was part of a team that conducted Medicaid eligibility, enrollment, and renewal case studies for the Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commissions (MACPAC). Ms. Au-Yeung also co-led an analysis of Minnesota’s Accountable Communities for Health, each of which aimed to meet the clinical and social needs of a defined population through person-centered, coordinated care across a range of medical and community providers. Most recently, Ms. Au-Yeung supported an evaluation of the Rural Health Network Development program, a Health Resources and Services Administration initiative that aims to support integrated rural health care networks with an emphasis on social determinants of health. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Macalester College and a Master of Public Health from the University of Minnesota.
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