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Jodi Lubba

Adjunct Faculty
College of Health Sciences and Technology

Jodi Lubba

Adjunct Faculty
College of Health Sciences and Technology

Bio

BSN, Nursing, State University Brockport, Brockport, NY
MS, Health Systems Administration, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY
Registered Nurse
Certified Professional Coder

Ms. Lubba has worked in the health care arena for over 30 years. She began her career as a registered nurse, working in various acute care clinical settings in New York and Texas. The second half of her career has been in health plan executive administration in not for profit and for profit organizations; Commercial and Government Business, and with Independent Physician Practice Associations. Currently, Jodi is the Staff Vice President for Total Population Health for Anthem where she oversees functions within the health plan including utilization management, case and disease management, network contracting and quality programs.

Professor Lubba has been teaching select courses in the health systems administration program for over 6 years. Currently, she is the lead faculty for the Reinventing Health Care course for graduate and undergraduate students.

One students writes, “Jodi was absolutely fantastic. The class was so well organized and easy to follow. I feel like I learned so much over the course of the semester. She gave great feedback on everything we did and communicated everything to us so well.” Others share that she takes her time to help them understand every single topic, she is really professional and that they look to take additional classes from her.

Currently Teaching

HLTH-608
3 Credits
This course discusses the delivery system of health care in the US. Specifically, the course will review the current status of American health care including research into population demographics and health and the concept of wellness and prevention. Following this a review of international health care models will occur to consider best practice as alternative care models for consideration for the US. In addition, the students will develop, for their area of interest and expertise, a strategy for incremental or radical innovation in how we provide health care to our constituents.
HLTH-715
3 Credits
This course discusses reinventing health care in our country. Specifically the course will review the current status of American health care including research into population demographics and health and the concept of wellness and prevention. Following this a review of international health care models will occur to consider best practice as alternative care models for consideration for the US. Third the students will develop, for their area of interest and expertise a strategy for incremental or radical innovation in how we provide health care to our constituents.
HLTH-315
3 Credits
This course discusses reinventing health care in our country. Specifically the course will review the current status of American health care including research into population demographics and health, and the concept of wellness and prevention. We will review the role of health care reform in reinventing health care. Following this we review international health care models as we consider best practice as alternative care models for consideration for the US. Third the students will develop, for their area of interest and expertise, a strategy for incremental or radical innovation in how we provide health care to our constituents.