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Kalahn Taylor-Clark, PhD, MPH, currently serves as the director of health policy at the National Partnership for Women and Families (NPWF). Her primary responsibilities are in shaping and implementing the policy agenda for its major initiative, the Campaign for Better Care, and providing strategic policy support on a range of activities related to delivery system reform including payment reform; quality measurement; reduction of health disparities; consumer engagement and promotion of patient-centered care delivery; and the effective use of health information technology.

What's Engagement Now? Expert Kalahn Taylor-Clark Discusses Emerging Challenges

Kalahn Taylor Clark | April 18, 2012
I am interested in how public and private policy can make it possible for most people in this country to take good care of themselves.

Access to Health Insurance Is Just a Start

Kalahn Taylor Clark | May 7, 2010
In May 2009, my 61 year old mother, who lives in Maine, was diagnosed with Stage 3 Breast Cancer. My proud mother worked hard every day of her life as a cleaning person to provide me the best education, often bartering with clients so that she could provide dental or eye care or other services for me while I was growing up.