Colleen Lampron is an experienced project leader with particular expertise in planning oral health programs and initiatives that promote access to dental care for underserved populations. Proficiencies include designing and overseeing the implementation of local and national oral health efforts using a collaborative approach that advances innovations (e.g., IHI’s Breakthrough Series model), and supports systematic and continuous quality improvement measures.
A dedicated health care professional with more than 20 years’ experience in nonprofit operations and public health program implementation (including FQHCs), Lampron understands the complexity of safety-net dental programs – including the support they need, and how to deliver that support. The breadth and depth of her competencies are especially relevant to visualizing, planning, designing, and launching new programs that integrate innovations in the field, and align with funder requirements. Colleen is also a sought-after facilitator and dental quality improvement coach.
Colleen holds both a Master's and a Bachelor’s degree in Public Health, with the MPH from Johns Hopkins and the Bachelor’s degree from West Chester University.
Phil Ferrero has been designing and developing technology solutions for small to mid-size organizations for 15 years. Phil brings a wealth of business knowledge and experience, and a focus on easy-to-use integrated technology solutions. His understanding of business processes comes from real-world experience in public health, manufacturing, accounting, finance, operations, and management. His specialties include technology integration, relational database design and development, Microsoft Office automation, and data manipulation and migration.
Phil graduated with an MBA from the University of Colorado Denver and also earned his Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Penn State University.
DENTAL ACCESS COLLABORATIVE... Through the San Francisco Dental Transformation Initiative (DTI) Local Dental Pilot Project (LDPP), AFL is facilitating a series of three Breakthrough Series Learning Collaboratives. Dental practices in San Francisco can receive no-cost training and technical assistance for breakthrough improvement through collaborative learning. The 3 Learning Collaboratives will occur between January 2019 and December 2020. For more information visit the San Francisco Dental Transformation Initiative or email us at email@example.com.
ORAL HEALTH PROGRAM QUALITY IMPROVEMENT LEARNING COLLABORATIVE... This breakthrough series continuous quality improvement approach creates a learning community to improve care for underserved populations.
VIRTUAL DENTAL HOME PROJECT... This project ensures the underserved and high-risk Coloradans have access to preventive services and a dental home.
UDS ANALYSIS DATABASE... This database application allows primary care associations to easily store, track, and produce reports on financial, productivity, and benchmark measures from their members' UDS data. For more information, click here...
TACTIC... This data tracking tool manages technical assistance data collection and reporting. TACTIC allows organizations to enter and track member data in one easy-to-use database application, and provides users a way to quickly create views of the data for grant reporting purposes.
HIGH PERFORMING HEALTH CENTER... This project supports the implementation of the oral health dashboard to improve quality improvement efforts within dental programs.
AFL Enterprises is excited to announce that enrollment is now open for the second round of the Dental Access Collaborative, a pilot in the San Francisco Dental Transformation Initiative Local Dental Pilot Project.Read More
AFL Enterprises is helping to transform oral healthcare for kids in San Francisco - learn how to apply today to the SFDTI Dental Access Collaborative!Read More
See how six health centers in North Carolina had the chance to participate in a NNOHA Learning Collaborative thanks to the Blue Cross NC Foundation.Read More