Jessica Frisco

Director of Quality and Compliance

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Jessica Frisco joined AsOne Healthcare IPA as the Director of Quality and Compliance in December 2019. Before coming on board, Jessica was a Quality Improvement Specialist with Coordinated Behavioral Care (CBC) where she led the development of quality improvement tools and processes for the care transitions program Pathway Home. She supported CBC as a newly established Behavioral Health Care Collaborative by facilitating implementation of a network-wide IT platform, establishing and tracking behavioral health quality metrics, and providing strategy on integrating social determinants of health across the network’s diverse programs and services. Jessica was previously a Special Assistant at the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. There, she worked in the Bureau of Primary Care Access and Planning on high impact programs to increase health insurance enrollment for New Yorkers and spearheaded several projects to increase health equity across the bureau and agency. She received an MPH in Health Policy and Management from Columbia University and is a licensed Registered Nurse in New York.

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McKenzie
 Pickett

Director of Program Operations

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McKenzie joined the AsOne team in February of 2019 after graduating with a Master’s in Public Health from New York University. She moved to New York City in 2016 and has had the fortune of working with FEMA, National Parks Conservation Association, and The Opportunity Agenda. Before moving to NYC, McKenzie lived in her home state of Wisconsin where she received a BS in biology from University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and worked with the veteran community advocating for better services for the veterans and their families through a peer support model. McKenzie joined the AsOne team to help integrate the behavioral and mental health realm with that of primary care. In doing this, McKenzie hopes to create a positive impact in population health.

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