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On June 23rd, host Tom Merrill, Principal at Redstone, and Cambia Grove are pleased to welcome Peggy Maguire, President of the Cambia Health Foundation, and Senior VP, Corporate Social Responsibility and Palliative Care Solutions for Cambia Health Solutions. During this discussion, we will explore the work being done to help people and families living with serious illness live well and the need for innovative solutions to transform the way seriously ill people and caregivers experience health care.
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Peggy Maguire – President, Cambia Health Foundation; Senior VP, Corporate Social Responsibility and Palliative Care Solutions
Tom Merrill – Principal, Redstone
Peggy Maguire: As president of Cambia Health Foundation, Peggy works with a wide range of stakeholders to drive health care transformation that results in better experiences for people and families. Under Peggy’s leadership, the Foundation has evolved from a regional grant-making organization to purposeful investor in solutions that advances palliative care leadership, quality, access and understanding through its Sojourns® program, the Foundation’s signature program.
Peggy also oversees Corporate Social Responsibility, Ethics, Compliance and Palliative Care Solutions for Cambia Health Solutions, the Foundation’s parent company. Peggy joined the company in 1997 as an associate general counsel and has held several posts, including chief of staff to the CEO, vice president of Legal Services, and director of Litigation & Risk Management. Previously, Peggy worked as an attorney at Garvey Schubert & Barer, and served as a judicial extern to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Peggy is very active in the philanthropic community. She chairs the board of directors of the Doernbecher Children's Hospital Foundation. She also serves as a member of the All Hands Raised Leadership Council, of the Dress for Success advisory board, for the Habitat for Humanity campaign cabinet, and is a senior fellow of the American Leadership Forum of Oregon. Peggy chaired the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women campaign in 2017. She is the immediate past chair of the national board of Friends of the Children and the Oregon-based Start Making a Reader Today (SMART).
Peggy is a finalist in the Innovation category for PR News' Top Women in Healthcare Leadership Awards in 2019. She was also recognized by Portland Monthly magazine as an Extraordinary Board Member in 2017 for her service to the community and leadership of the Cambia Health Foundation. She was honored by Dress for Success Oregon with its Athena Award in 2016, by the Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington as a Woman of Distinction in 2015, and by the Portland Business Journal as a Woman of Influence in 2014.
Tom Merrill is an experienced researcher and speaker on the nation’s ongoing shift to a value-based health care system. His work has included managing research teams that surveil the vast number of public sources on the movement but also building research relationships with standout operational leaders of the value-based movement for unique primary insights. His contributions include front-line informed resources for leaders of the value-based movement, including the landmark publication, The Accountable Care Atlas.