Nashville, Tenn. — Advantage Behavioral Health, a regional not-for-profit behavioral health managed care company, announced the promotion of Kathy Rogers to Director of Quality Improvement for Centerstone, according to Executive Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer, Brad Nunn, PhD. Advantage Behavioral Health is wholly owned by Centerstone, Tennessee’s largest provider of behavioral health services.
As Director of Quality Improvement, Rogers will oversee consumer affairs, training for client assessments and auditing of the assessment process. She will also chair Centerstone’s Quality Improvement Committee, which focuses on improving the quality of care for Advantage members and Centerstone consumers.
Rogers joined the Dede Wallace Center, co-founding agency of Centerstone, in 1979, working as an Outpatient Therapist and then as Forensics Coordinator until 1984. In 2003, Rogers rejoined Centerstone as Program Manager for Quality Improvement. “Kathy’s leadership is incredibly valuable to the future of Advantage Behavioral Health and to Centerstone. Her devotion to excellence will continue to improve the quality of our services,” says Brad Nunn.
Rogers received her Bachelor of Arts from Stonehill College in North Easton, Mass. She received a Masters of Science in Social Work from University of Tennessee College of Social Work.
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