Erin Denholm is the President and CEO of Trinity Health At Home in Livonia, Michigan. Supporting home-based programs in 9 states, Ms. Denholm leads one of the top 10 largest home care organizations in the country. She previously served for 20 years at Centura Health; most recently as SVP of Clinical Transformation. A Robert Wood Johnson Nurse Executive Fellow, she also served as one of 72 CMS Innovation Center Advisory Council members. Denholm is a distinguished leader in healthcare, noted for her visionary and passionate commitment to transcend healthcare beyond hospital walls, innovate new models of care that improve quality while decreasing costs, increase healthcare literacy among consumers and, in particular, empower consumers with the resources to direct their care. She pioneered the use of telehealth technology in reducing emergency room visits and adverse outcomes among heart failure patients in Colorado, and led the successful legislative effort to make Colorado the first state in the country to provide Medicaid funding for telehealth services. She is a recipient of The Denver Business Journal Champion in Healthcare award and her collaborative spirit inspired a joint venture with The Children's Hospital to fund and operate the first palliative care program in Colorado designed exclusively for children and their families. Denholm is also an international speaker and consultant on telehealth nursing and post-acute care leadership. Recently, she co-authored a chapter in Nursing Policy and Politics, which won the 2015 ANA book of the year. Denholm holds an MSN from Regis University and a BSN from The College of Mt. St. Joseph. She currently serves on the boards of the Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence. Historically she has served on the Home Care Association of Colorado Board of Directors, The Colorado Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, and on the Board of Directors for the Rocky Mountain Children's Choir.