J’Aimee A. Louis, MPH, Health Equity and Quality Coordinator

JL pic J’Aimee A. Louis, MPH is a Health Equity and Quality Coordinator at Sustainable Healthy Communities, LLC (SHC), supporting clinical trial and physician/patient education, recruitment, and engagement, as well as web and social media management. In this position J’Aimee also supports work across the various SHC working groups to engage clinical practices, community leaders, patient organizations, and other partners by using data extracted from multiple sources, including national surveys, public and private administrative claims, clinical registries, and more, to support analysis and visualization of disease incidence, prevalence, morbidity, and mortality rates, mapped together with social, cultural, and environmental determinants of health and indicators of health care access, safety, and costs. This role helps to execute and promote innovative efforts to achieve the aim of improving health care, value and patient outcomes.

J’Aimee joined SHC after spending time in the District of Columbia Government as an Individual Market Case Manager and Small Business Specialist with the D.C. Health Benefit Exchange Authority (DCHBX), working to develop and implement a health care exchange program in the District in accordance with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the District of Columbia Health Benefit Exchange Authority Establishment Act, thereby ensuring access to quality and affordable health care to all District residents. J’Aimee also worked on public and community health issues as a field assistant with Action for Healthy Kids (AFHK) in the greater Chicago area of Illinois, to provide schools with evidence-based programs and services to help fight childhood obesity and undernourishment, and to promote healthy lifestyles and wellness policies. This worked supported schools’ wellness efforts, and increased their knowledge of nutrition and physical activity best practices by educating school leaders, public health officials, parents, students and other community advocates. During her time in Chicago, IL she also earned a Masters of Public Health degree from DePaul University. She has a BS degree in Health Science from Oakwood University.