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Lisette Hudson

VP of Planning

Lisette Hudson serves as the Vice President of Planning for Community Hospital Corporation. In this role, she manages and conducts market assessments, community health needs assessments and medical staff development plans.

Prior to joining CHC, Lisette served as a Manager on the Account Management team for Broadlane, a Dallas based group-purchasing organization. As Manager, her responsibilities included identifying cost savings initiatives for several acute care hospitals. She also served as the Manager of the Client Analytics and Cost Analysis team at Broadlane where she provided analytical support for Broadlane’s clients and sales initiatives. Her unique background helps support both the analytical and customer support needs of CHC hospitals and clients.

Lisette received a Speech Communications degree from Texas A&M University and a Master of Business Administration/Master Healthcare Administration from Texas Woman’s University in Dallas. She has served as an Adjunct Professor at LeTourneau University in Longview, teaching online Business and Leadership courses.


Swimming Upstream: Meeting the Challenges of Social Determinants of Health

It’s been said that patients’ ZIP codes matter more than their genetic codes when it comes to health status. That’s because certain conditions in the places where people live, work, learn and play can pose greater health risks and poorer outcomes. In public health terms, these conditions are called social determinants of health or, sometimes, upstream determinants of health. Basically, the concept is that nonclinical factors influence health outcomes.

Scientific research has proven the concept holds. The Annals of Internal Medicine in 2014 examined rehospitalizations based on patients’ place of...

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