2023 NACCHO360 Conference

Learn how Guidehouse can help your organization modernize and innovate service, finances, and operations.

NACCHO360 brings together local health officials to envision the future of local public health in their communities and provide them with the essential skills and strategies to achieve that vision effectively and efficiently.


Guidehouse Sessions:

Monday, July 10 2-3pm MT

Mental Health Service Utilization Among Medicaid Enrollees with Intellectual and Development Disabilities Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Implications for Pandemic Response and Recovery Efforts

ASTHO, CDC, and Guidehouse analyzed Medicaid data from Louisiana, Pennsylvania, and Wyoming to assess mental health utilization and health status during COVID-19 among adults aged 25 to 64 years old in Medicaid with IDD. The analysis focuses particularly on diagnostic and utilization patterns for mental health conditions.


  • Jon Baio, Epidemiologist, CDC National Center for Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities
  • Caroline Brazeel, Senior Director, Population Health ASTHO
  • Alexandria Kearly, Director, Medicaid and Value Based Payment, Population Health and Innovation, Association of State and Territorial Health Officials
  • Claire Payne, Associate Director, Guidehouse

Tuesday, July 11 12-1:30pm MT

Poster Presentation: Embracing a Strategic Approach to Building a Community’s Capacity for Preventing and Responding to Climate-Related Health Threats

Local health agencies, like many organizations, must make difficult trade-offs to gain effective use of resources to fulfill their mission. This session focuses on how to employ a strategic approach to facilitate partnerships and build community capacity to more effectively use limited resources to address climate-related health threats.


  • Katie White, Managing Consultant, Guidehouse
  • Kelsey Griffin, Senior Consultant, Guidehouse
  • Lea Dauphin, Consultant, Guidehouse

Tuesday, July 11 4-5:30pm MT

Town Hall: A Place at the Table: Working Across Sectors and Industries to Build Climate-Resilient Communities

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand how city and county health officials can work with non-traditional partners (e.g., corporations, non-profits, local foundations, and other local agencies) to build climate-resilient communities
  2. Learn from other city and county health officials and brainstorm strategies to overcome common barriers (e.g., resources, authority)
  3. Identify specific opportunities/actions that can be taken within their role to convene partners in support of climate and health activities


  • Paul Schramm, Program Lead, CDC Climate and Health Program
  • Jennie McAdams, Sustainability Supervisor, Franklin County Health Department
  • Joe Bialowitz, Director, Healthcare Sustainability, Guidehouse


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