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Caterina Hill, MSc
Lecturer on Global Health and Social Medicine, Part-time, Harvard Medical School

Caterina Hill specializes in driving transformation for healthcare organizations working in the social determinants of health space, through innovation and analytics. She is a Lecturer in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School and has taught Social Medicine since 2012. She is currently working with Act.MD, a techstart up in the Social Determinants of Health space. Previously she worked with Commonwealth Care Alliance, a Health Plan and Healthcare Provider serving Medicare-Medicaid Dual Eligible Beneficiaries in Massachusetts. She also worked with mobile clinics through Harvard Medical School’s Family Van and Mobile Health Map. She was Principal Investigator of “Public Health Quality and Mobile Clinics” (funded by AAMC-CDC Co-operative Agreement), as well as co-Investigator of the national Mobile Health Map project and Manager of Evaluation for the Family Van (a Harvard affiliated mobile clinic). She has been awarded the Heart of our Mission award by the American Heart Association. She served on the National Advisory Committee for the Public Health Improvement Map (U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services). Before joining Harvard in 2010, she was an epidemiologist leading HIV and sexual health surveillance systems in South Africa and the UK.


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Serving people with severe mental illness who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid.
Authors: Authors: Hill C, Aung KK, Ajayi T, Cheng M, Easton L, Derby K, Genser J, Keith B, Johnson P.
Healthc (Amst)
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Meal Delivery Programs Reduce The Use Of Costly Health Care In Dually Eligible Medicare And Medicaid Beneficiaries.
Authors: Authors: Berkowitz SA, Terranova J, Hill C, Ajayi T, Linsky T, Tishler LW, DeWalt DA.
Health Aff (Millwood)
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Preventative health, diversity, and inclusion: a qualitative study of client experience aboard a mobile health clinic in Boston, Massachusetts.
Authors: Authors: Bouchelle Z, Rawlins Y, Hill C, Bennet J, Perez LX, Oriol N.
Int J Equity Health
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The scope and impact of mobile health clinics in the United States: a literature review.
Authors: Authors: Yu SWY, Hill C, Ricks ML, Bennet J, Oriol NE.
Int J Equity Health
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The Emerging Business Models and Value Proposition of Mobile Health Clinics.
Authors: Authors: Aung KK, Hill C, Bennet J, Song Z, Oriol NE.
Am J Accountable Care
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Outcomes of Oral Health Screenings at Two Different Institutions Serving Individuals with Special Health Care Needs in Massachusetts.
Authors: Authors: Sharma K, Popat P, Lee D, Hill C, Kaplan M, Factor CE, Seibel K, Schiano F, De Leon R, Itty A, Nalliah RR.
J Mass Dent Soc
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Mobile health clinics in the era of reform.
Authors: Authors: Hill CF, Powers BW, Jain SH, Bennet J, Vavasis A, Oriol NE.
Am J Manag Care
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Mobile clinic in Massachusetts associated with cost savings from lowering blood pressure and emergency department use.
Authors: Authors: Song Z, Hill C, Bennet J, Vavasis A, Oriol NE.
Health Aff (Millwood)
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Knowledgeable Neighbors: a mobile clinic model for disease prevention and screening in underserved communities.
Authors: Authors: Hill C, Zurakowski D, Bennet J, Walker-White R, Osman JL, Quarles A, Oriol N.
Am J Public Health
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The effect of operative timing on functional outcome after isolated spinal trauma.
Authors: Authors: Sacks GD, Panchmatia JR, Marino M, Hill C, Rogers SO.
J Trauma
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