Charity Shaw-Moyado was placed as a regional director with UNITE HERE HEALTH, a mission-driven Taft-Hartley Trust Fund. The health plan serves more than 220,000 union workers and their families through national, multi-state benefit plans. In this role, Charity is responsible for engaging with healthcare organizations in the Chicago and Northwest Indiana region to help improve the delivery of cost-effective, quality health care. In the strategic and operational leadership role, she will drive the improvement of delivery of healthcare programs and is charged with managing the delivery of care to create higher level of efficiencies that directly impact the organization and the success of the Fund.
Charity comes to UNITE HERE HEALTH from Health Care Services Corporation (BCBS of IL, TX, MT, OK, and NM), where she served as the director of clinical operations for government programs. For the largest customer-owned health insurer in the U.S. and the fourth largest overall, Health Care Services Corporation, Charity oversaw multiple business lines, including compliance, disease management and complex case management. She also participated in developing and implementing the unique model for delivering care coordination to plan members.
Previously, Charity was with Health Care Services Corporation, and had an 11-year tenure with Rosecrance, a private, not-for-profit behavioral health organization based in Rockford, Illinois.
Charity holds a bachelor's degree in social work from Illinois State University and a master's degree in social work from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She and her husband reside in the west suburbs of Chicago and are the parents of three sons.
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