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Population Health

Leadership

Steven R. Carson MHA, BSN, RN

Senior Vice President, Population Health, Temple University Health System
CEO, Temple Center for Population Health, LLC

Mr. Carson is accountable for the Center of Population Health’s operations, oversight, and development of care management and performance improvement initiatives, focused on pay for performance and insurance third party risk life clinical and financial outcomes. He has over 30 years of hospital, home health, and leadership experience. Mr. Carson is a registered nurse and has an undergraduate degree from Gwynedd Mercy University and a Master’s in Healthcare Administration from Saint Joseph’s University.

Meaghan Kim, MHA, BSN, RN, CDCES

Director, Population Health, Temple University Health System

Meaghan has several decades of experience in healthcare, with a focus on improving the lives of people living with diabetes. As Director of Population Health at Temple, she is responsible for growing the health system’s Diabetes Prevention Program and the Diabetes Education Program.

Prior to joining Temple, Meaghan spent 13 years at AtlantiCare Health System in New Jersey where she was most recently Director of Population Health and previously the Diabetes Program Manager. A certified diabetes care and education specialist, she also serves as an Auditor on the American Diabetes Association’s Education Recognition Committee.

Meaghan is a registered nurse who earned her undergraduate nursing degree from Capella University and a master’s degree in Health Administration from the University of Phoenix.

Chevonne DaSilvio-Nash, MBA, HCA

Project Manager – Temple Care Integrated Network, Population Health, Temple University Health System

As Project Manager of the Temple Clinically Integrated Network, Chevonne serves as a liaison and change agent for the TCIN and Temple University Health System by developing, promoting, and sustaining workable relationships with attributed Network community primary care practices to guarantee the effectiveness of care transition and integration of Temple services to achieve successful quality healthcare outcomes for our shared patients. She also provides the attributed practices with practice transformation and engages the community practices in Hospital and Community initiatives promoting Population Health opportunities.

Chevonne has decades of experience working for Philadelphia-area hospitals and healthcare providers. Prior to joining Temple, she worked as a Regional Operations Administrator for Trinity Health Systems, Integrated Care in South Jersey. She has also worked for The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and Hahnemann University Hospital in various roles.  

Chevonne earned both her bachelor’s degree in Business Management and her MBA with a focus on healthcare administration from Rosemont College. She also holds a post-graduate certificate in health care administration.  

Lakisha R. Sturgis, RN, BSN, MPH, CPHQ

Director, Community Care Management, Population Health, Temple University Health System

As Director of Community Care Management, Lakisha is responsible for promoting health equity through innovative projects related to population health, quality and pay for performance. She also helps build and foster relationships to expand Temple Population Health’s community imprint.

Lakisha has more than 20 years of experience managing programs to improve health outcomes. She joined Temple from Montgomery County Emergency Services where she was Director of Nursing and Quality Systems. She was previously Admissions Manager at Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital and Manager of Health Care Management Operations for Health Partners Plan.

Lakisha is a registered nurse who earned her undergraduate nursing degree from Ohio University and a master’s degree in Public Health from the University of Pittsburgh.