Jane Vail, of Whitesboro, New York, has recently been promoted to Executive Director of Central New York Health Home Network (CNYHHN), a care management organization established in 2010 covering ten counties, in partnership with Children’s Health Home Network of the Capital District (CHILDRENSHHN) and North Country Health Home (NCHHN). Together they provide care management to assist high risk and high need children and adults in increasing their connectivity to healthcare, social services and natural supports.
In her new role, Vail will provide leadership and administration of the operations for CNYHHN, work closely with partner organizations and establish a strategic plan for the future of health home services in the NYS transition to Medicaid Managed Care. Vail has an extensive history in the healthcare and mental health field, having formerly served as the Director of CORE (Community of Resources and Expertise) which created strategic alliances with the community; government agencies, businesses, colleges and non-profit organizations to provide needed services to the component school districts of the Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES and also as the former Director of Children’s Services for the Oneida County Department of Mental Health.
Vail received a Master of Science in Counseling and Social Work from SUNY Oneonta. She was instrumental in the development of several community health initiatives such as the Oneida County Youth Services Council created in January 2011 and the newly formed Oneida County Health Coalition launched in March 2016. She was also appointed to the Families Together in New York State Board of Directors in April 2016. For information on CNYHHN services, please call 315.624.9670 or visit cnyhealthhomenetwork.net.