Jason Turi is a registered nurse and public health practitioner specializing in healthcare delivery for complex, vulnerable, and marginalized populations. As Vice President of Population Health and Clinical Integration, heprovides leadership and expertise for population health management initiatives, complex care innovation, integrated primary and behavioral health services, health home, and value-based care readiness.
Prior to Centerstone, Turi served at New York City Health + Hospitals, the largest municipal health system in the nation, as Associate Executive Director of the Health Home program. Additionally, he worked at the health system’s Accountable Care Organization as Senior Director for Innovation Strategies. Prior to that, he was Associate Clinical Director at the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers in Camden, NJ. Earlier in his career, he worked at Pathways To Housing NYC as a registered nurse care manager on their Assertive Community Treatment and Housing First team in Central Brooklyn.
Turi has bachelor degrees in nursing from William Paterson University and English literature from Union College and received a master’s degree in public health, with an international health concentration, from the Boston University School of Public Health.