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Robin F. Foust
Owner, President and Health Management Specialist

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Robin Foust, an award-winning health scientist and architect, has developed successful health management programs through implementation and/or evaluation of internal solutions and/or placement of appropriate vendor(s) following evaluation and selection.

National recognition includes a C. Everett Koop Award for maternity management, a C. Everett Koop Award for disease management, a leadership award for her work in wellness, and a leadership award in the field of health and human performance. She is also well-known for her work in program evaluation, women's health, pediatrics, and her pioneering work related to healthcare based pay for outcomes (P4O).

Robin works with various organizational types to manage the health and human performance (productivity) of their covered populations and to seek solutions to rising healthcare costs. Her work includes the design and implementation of promising reward healthcare, or clinically integrated patient centered medical home pay for outcomes reimbursement models that are considered a viable solution to our nation's healthcare dilemma.

Known for her creative problem solving, Foust developed and leverages an application called myCatalyst that is changing how healthcare management is coordinated and evaluated. It serves as the information infrastructure that supports patient centered care coordination, clinical integration, and as an independent auditor of health and productivity management programs to ensure optimal outcomes. Clients typically receive results that exceed return on investment (ROI) and return on outcomes (ROO) expectations.

Through implementation of programs selected utilizing Robin's expertise, her clients have documented optimal healthcare and financial outcomes in the areas of health and human performance, disability, disease/condition management, and maternal and child health. Recently, Robin's work combining meaningful policy revision with obesity and weight management programs has garnered a great deal of attention for outcomes. Besides national recognition for successful healthcare outcomes, Robin is published, a thought leader in healthcare; and a highly rated speaker on various healthcare topics.

With a background in behavior change and health education, Robin is a respected faculty member of the Institute for HealthCare Communication. The Institute trains clinicians to use communication techniques or integration of these techniques into systems of care in order to facilitate desired behavior change for optimal outcomes in patient satisfaction, and health status.

Robin has worked with a variety of organizational types including, but not limited to: Princeton University, Vanderbilt Medical University Center, The University of South Carolina, Illinois Hospital Association, The SCHA, Medical College of Georgia, , and Health Systems like; Vanderbilt University Medical Center Spartanburg Regional, Vanguard, MediCorp, HealthEast, Renown (formerly) Washoe, South Texas (McAllen); Community Health Partners (8 hospital owners), Employers like; The DC Consortium, Cozen O'Connor, State of Delaware, Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, Boddie-Noell Enterprises (Hardees), Pilgrim's Pride, City of Charlotte, Mecklenburg County NC, CenterPoint Energy, G&P Trucking, St. Gobain, etc.; health plans - WellPoint, UHC (Senior Ovations), etc.; physician practices like; United Physicians Inc, (UNIPHY) and so forth.

Robin's latest publications include a book: Engagement Strategies in Health & Disease Management: Best Practice in Boosting Participation, and chapter 9 in the DMAA Managing Disease Management: A Comprehensive Guide (2007), and an article in Managed Care Outlook (2007). References, articles from various journals, publications, and her books; are available upon request from:

P.O. Box 258
Catawba , SC 29704

Robin Foust
is the recipient of several awards for Health Promotion, Wellness, and Disease Management including, but not limited to:

The Health Project's C. Everett Koop Award
- In 1995 for her work, pioneering programs, and outcomes achieved in maternity management, and
- In 1997 for her work in disease management.

Association for Worksite Health Promotion (AWHP): Lifetime Leadership Award

Ethel Martus Lawther:
Leadership award in the field of health and human performance

American Cancer Society:
For her work in increasing breast self examination in high schools seniors in Greensboro, NC

Robin Accepting the AWHP Leadership Award
Robin accepting the AWHP Leadership Award

Robin Receiving the C. Everett Koop Award
Robin receiving the C. Everett Koop Award

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