Christy Mokrohisky joined Jeanan Yasiri Solutions, LLC in 2006. She has led projects including strategic planning initiatives, business plan development, medical staff recruitment, service contract negotiation and the implementation of care coordination programs for managed care organizations and physician group practices. She is a seasoned health care administrator, planner and community builder with extensive experience in understanding the balance necessary for public/private partnerships and incorporating programs for vulnerable populations into traditional private health care environments.
Mokrohisky currently serves as the Vice President of Performance Improvement at St. Joseph Heritage Medical Group in Orange, CA. Mokrohisky manages health plan and government pay for performance incentive programs, leading outcomes in clinical quality, patient experience, information technology and effective use of resources. She directs the medical group's Lean transformation with the goal of developing a management system that responds to changing customer and payer desires with measurable outcomes in high quality, low cost and fast throughput time. She holds a Masters of Business Administration and a B.A. from Marquette University.
Previously, Mokrohisky served as the Director of Community Advocacy and Partnerships at Dean Health System in Madison, WI where she developed and managed system-wide programs including uncompensated care, pharmaceutical access, interpreter services, chronic disease management and shared medical appointments. Mokrohisky was a leader in bringing qualified Spanish Medical Interpreter services to South and Central Wisconsin. She developed the Medical Interpreter Assessment program that helped Madison's health providers realize national acclaim in addressing the needs of Limited English Proficient patients.
Mokrohisky served as a lecturer with the University of Wisconsin teaching a Health Care Issues course to undergraduate students. She was the recipient of the 2000 Dane County/City of Madison Public Health Award for Leadership in Multicultural Health Care. She is a Certified Medical Practice Executive as recognized by MGMA. She served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Nicaragua, C. A. from 1995-1997 educating rural Nicaraguans in topics related to maternal/child health.