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BookSpringer appointed to health role

Our very own Clinics & Health Partner Manager at BookSpring, Cynthia Ivey, has been appointed to participate in the inaugural group of Community Health Champions for 2016! Community Health Champions is a new Central Health initiative to bring together community members who want to improve access to and the quality of health care for those who need it most in Travis County.

Cynthia IveyAs a member of this organization, Cynthia will meet with the contributing members once every other month to discuss exciting topics related to health care delivery in Travis County. In addition to scheduled workshops, Community Health Champions will also have a chance to participate in community events, special trainings, behind the scenes tours, and more.

“I am honored to get a chance to work in this group,” Cynthia said. Her background in health comes from The University of Texas at Austin, where she earned a BA in Psychology and a Health Information Technology and Health Information Exchange Certificate, which she will put to good use in Community Health Champions.

Along with the new medical school opening up at UT, the community health champions will bring together new cutting-edge ideas that will help transform not only the health community in Travis county, but cities all over Texas.

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