Christine Broderick is a health policy advisor at the National Partnership for Women & Families. In this role, she works in partnership with foundations, federal government leaders, health care providers, community-based organizations, consumers and others to develop and implement strategies for improving the quality, safety, and patient- and family-centeredness of the health care delivery system. At the heart of this work is supporting positive partnerships between consumers and other stakeholders, and providing tailored technical assistance to health care providers to help build their capacity for meaningful consumer engagement in care redesign.
Broderick has more than 10 years of health policy experience. Prior to the National Partnership, she worked for the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in government affairs. Broderick earned a Master of Public Health/Health Policy from the George Washington University, and a Bachelor of Arts in public administration from Miami University.