If you are interested in better understanding the unique aspects of healthcare delivery for patients receiving care through Indian Health Service and Tribal Healthcare organizations, please take the time to listen to this Webinar recording.
During this session, Tasha Peltier shares insight into federal policy, referral mechanisms and reimbursement structures as well as legal and regulatory considerations that impact care and delivery of care. She also identified opportunities for relationship building and collaboration to address healthcare gaps and improve outcomes for Native American patients.
Feedback from attendees was extremely favorable. One attendee commented, “I now better understand the tremendous need and the work that needs to be done. I am leaving today with the desire to start building bridges myself. Tasha was a phenomenal speaker and engaging. I really enjoyed this seminar; thank you.”
Tasha Peltier, MPH, CPH
Quality Health Associates of North Dakota
Great Plains Quality Innovation Network
Tasha Peltier is Hunkpapa Lakota and a citizen of the Standing Rock Nation. In 2016 she received a Master’s degree in Public Health with a specialization in American Indian Public Health from North Dakota State University. She currently serves as a Quality Improvement Specialist with Quality Health Associates of North Dakota (QHA), which is part of the Great Plains Quality Innovation Network and has been working in Healthcare Quality Improvement since 2015, particularly focusing on reducing disparities in diabetes care, improving colorectal cancer screening rates, and improving the quality of care provided with Indian Health Service (IHS) Hospitals in ND.