Lauren Conaboy – Vice President of National Policy - Centerstone
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Lauren Conaboy – Vice President of National Policy

Expertise in:
  • Behavioral and Mental Health Policy and Regulatory Initiatives
  • Advocacy Campaigns
  • Telehealth Policy
  • Addiction Treatment Policy
  • Mental Health Parity

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Lauren Conaboy is the Vice President of National Policy. In this role she works to advance policy and regulatory initiatives to ensure access to affordable, patient-centered behavioral health services that are based in value and outcomes. Notably, Conaboy directly influenced the passage of several key provisions that were part of the SUPPORT Act, a bill that passed in October of 2018, to combat the opioid crisis.

Prior to joining the Centerstone team, Conaboy worked as the Government Affairs Director for Centerstone in Kentucky, where she advanced legislative and regulatory initiatives pertaining to mental health; ranging from engaging in the state’s 1115 waiver process to advancing policy objectives to bolster addiction and recovery services for Kentuckians seeking treatment for opioid abuse.

Conaboy holds a dual masters in Clinical Social Work and Marriage & Family Therapy from the University of Louisville and an undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point. Prior to her engagement in the health care sector, she worked for almost a decade running state and national public policy and advocacy campaigns, has engaged in multiple United Nations negotiations and worked as a political consultant on the Hill.

In the News

National Public Radio (Dec. 31, 2019) – Efforts To Stop Suicide Will Get A Boost In 2020

Business Insider (Nov. 22, 2019) – Best healthcare policy book recommendations from DC power players

Business Insider (Nov. 20, 2019) – Meet the power players of DC healthcare politics and policy

MedPage Today (Aug. 28, 2019) – Proposed Changes to Part 2 Earns Praise and Censure

WDRB Kentucky (June 27, 2019) – Federal funding on the line for mental health and addiction treatment in Kentucky

Indiana Business Journal (Jan. 9, 2019) – Three ways elected leaders can change health care

The Tennessean (Dec. 14, 2018) – Three ways to improve mental health care in 2019

Medical News (Dec. 29, 2017) – Evaluating Barriers to Addiction Treatment

Medical News (Jan. 3, 2017) – Telehealth and Opportunities for Value

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