Amy Horton (she, her, hers) has over ten years of experience managing homelessness and behavioral health technical assistance (TA) and evaluation initiatives. Ms. Horton focuses on the implementation of behavioral health redesign, consistent with System of Care philosophy and practice, in response to federal Medicaid Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnostic and Treatment (EPSDT) litigation. She is a skilled project manager with demonstrated experience in program evaluation and continuous quality improvement (CQI), including the Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) cycle method.
Amy is also TAC’s HIPAA Privacy and Security Officer. In this role, she oversees development, implementation, maintenance, and adherence for TAC’s privacy policies and procedures regarding the safe use and handling of protected health information in compliance with federal and state HIPAA regulations.
Prior to joining TAC, Ms. Horton worked at a Community Development Corporation, overseeing a HOME-funded first-time homebuyer program and a neighborhood revitalization initiative funded by a Community Development Block Grant.