Quality and Compliance Specialist
Nenick comes to MNACHC having previously served in two Primary Care Associations in California. He has a breadth of experience navigating local, statewide, and national policies affecting community health centers with an emphasis on managed care and Alternative Payment Methodologies. At the California Primary Care Association, he served as the Associate Director of Managed Care on the Care Transformation Team, developing strategies to transition health centers towards value-based care models, capitation, and risk-bearing payment. Before entering the health center movement, he was a grassroots community organizer and advocate, defending against state budget cuts to health care systems and services, participating in the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, and developing local programs to improve access and care for underserved and uninsured immigrant populations. He holds a BA degree in Asian American Studies from the University of California, Davis, and is deeply interested in developing culturally competent and linguistically appropriate health care systems that support and meet the needs of diverse communities.