Anona Gund (she/her)
Anona Gund has a master's degree in public health and over 15 years of experience in the health care and public health fields, including 13 years working for the Department of Human Services and the Oregon Health Authority.
At the OHA Transformation Center she manages coordinated care organization (CCO) technical assistance for CCO community health improvement plans and transformation and quality strategies, as well as the OHA review and analysis of those plans. She also manages targeted technical assistance to CCOs for select CCO incentive metrics. In addition to this work, she participates on OHA’s cross-divisional health-related services team to support CCO HRS implementation, and project manages CCO technical assistance, OHA review of CCO HRS policies, and OHA review and analysis of CCO HRS annual spending.
Prior to working at the Transformation Center, Anona was a health educator for the OHA Public Health Division (PHD) Immunization Program, and later, an analyst in the PHD Director’s Office coordinating the division’s successful national public health department accreditation application. She has lived the majority of her life in Oregon and loves everything the Pacific Northwest has to offer her family.