Director, Clinical Redesign
Nadia Ali is the Director of Clinical Redesign at the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers. Through her role, she leads the design, development and expansion of primary care-based programming which involves multidisciplinary outreach teams, chronic disease education and quality improvement initiatives. Nadia oversees the program’s various objectives and works closely with Camden’s primary care practices. Prior to joining the Coalition, Nadia worked as Project Manager for NYU School of Medicine to help develop a plan for a regional health information network across emergency departments in the greater New York region, titled the New York Clinical Information Exchange (NYCLIX). In addition, Nadia has worked on health disparities research and outreach in immigrant communities. She is passionate about promoting healthy behaviors among populations that may not seek services due to cultural stigmas, and shifting the health care dialogue from treatment to prevention. Nadia’s academic background includes studies in health policy and management, public health, and Spanish. Nadia is a graduate of New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and Rutgers University.