Katherine Gottlieb

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Katherine Gottlieb is the president and CEO of the Southcentral Foundation,[1] an Alaska Native Healthcare Organization.

She graduated from Alaska Pacific University with a Bachelor of Arts degree, a master’s in business administration, and an honorary doctorate.[2]

The Foundation “Nuka” model of health care grew from fewer than 100 employees to more than 1,000; and from an operating budget of about $3 million to $100 million. [3] Southcentral’s system is about 45 percent funded by the Indian Health Service, 50 percent from third party insurers or Medicaid, and the remaining 5 percent from foundation or grants.[4]



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