Cheryl Bartlett, RN
Cheryl is the CEO of Alosa Health where she is responsible for providing leadership and oversight for the organization’s programs and services that focus on the development of evidence-based clinical practice guidelines, clinical outreach and education to providers and health systems to insure high-quality care for managing chronic conditions. Previously, Cheryl served as Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health where she was recognized for leading the department’s groundbreaking work in several areas including; chairing the inaugural Prevention and Wellness Trust Fund Advisory Board, chair of the Statewide Comprehensive Cancer Advisory Board, chair for the Interagency Council on Substance Abuse Prevention and Chair of the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Program. Under her leadership, Massachusetts was the first state in the nation to declare a public health emergency related to overdose deaths from opioids and passed regulations to insure universal access to nasal naloxone for overdose prevention. Ms. Bartlett has extensive experience as a registered nurse and hospital administrator implementing health systems change based on quality assessment and improvement practices. She currently serves as Co-Chair of the Cape’s Regional Substance Abuse Council and on the Boards for Learn to Cope and the Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery.
Ellen Dancel, PharmD, MPH
Ellen is the Director of Clinical Materials Development at Alosa Health. Ellen was a pharmacist at the Massachusetts General Hospital for ten years prior to joining Alosa Health, serving in various leadership roles. She received her MPH in epidemiology from Boston University where she worked on a project looking for potential economic efficiencies in the global donor-funded antiretroviral market. As Director of Clinical Materials Development, she leads the development of evidence-based, academic materials, in partnership with clinical experts, and oversees the production of clinical content from concept to completion.
Paul Fanikos, RPH, MPA/HA
Paul is the Director of Clinical Education Programs at Alosa Health. Paul has more than 25 years experience directing disease and pharmaceutical educational programs that are focused on improving patient outcomes, containing costs, and optimizing customer satisfaction levels. Paul has held leadership roles with the countries largest pharmacy providers and pharmaceutical companies developing innovative solutions to challenges that impact healthcare practitioners, health systems, extended care facilities as well as homecare programs across the country. Paul received his pharmacy degree from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and his Masters degree from Suffolk University.
Rebecca Edelberg, MPH
Rebecca is the Program Coordinator at Alosa Health. She has an undergraduate degree from Tufts University and a Masters in Public Health from Boston University with concentrations in Epidemiology and Health Policy. Rebecca previously worked at Boston Medical Center implementing a clinical trial in the adolescent outpatient clinic. She also has several years of experience working as a consultant in the electronic medical records (EMR) industry, where she engaged in Academic Detailing style one-on-one clinician education.
Irina is the Finance Coordinator at Alosa Health. She is administering the flow of revenue and expenses, monthly reconciliations, financial reporting, and participates in the audit and budgeting processes. Irina has been working in non-profit accounting for eleven years, has a BS in Mathematics from the University of Bucharest, Romania, and currently pursuing a degree in Finance and Accounting Management at Northeastern University. She enjoys mathematical challenges and outdoor activities in the beautiful Boston area.
Corinna is the Office Administrator at Alosa Health. She graduated from Bates College with a BA in Cultural Musicology. After graduation, she moved back to her native Washington, DC where she got a head start in office administration and operations at a consulting firm in Georgetown. Corinna moved to Boston in early 2016 and started at Alosa Health in April 2016. She handles HR processes, IT needs, assists with financial procedures and manages other daily office procedures.