CHO, Director of Quality & Clinical Risk Management
Dr. Fabre has been with TAC since 2000 and currently serves as the Chief Health Officer, Director of Quality & Clinical Risk Management. She leads the organization’s Joint Commission Accreditation and Primary Care Medical Home certification processes. As part of Senior Management, she has assisted with the planning and implementation of 16 satellite sites, including six School Based Health Clinics as well as a Mobile Unit. Dr. Fabre assisted with the implementation of ambulatory electronic health record systems and serves as provider champion for the organization working with the vendor to improve workflow, documentation and data retrieval including reporting to meet mandated regulatory and quality reporting requirements.
Dr. Fabre has received national recognition for her work on electronic referral processes. She has been a guest speaker for ECRI and NACHC and is published in The Journal of Ambulatory Care Management. She has assisted in the development and implementation of performance improvement, risk management programs and she is also part of the organization’s grant writing team. She currently represents the organization on the State and National Colorectal Round Tables, the State and National Health Care Coordinated Network, and the National Association of Community Health Clinic’s Clinical Practice Committee.
Dr. Fabre received her Doctor of Nursing Practice from Loyola University, Chicago, her MSN from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette as an Adult Nurse Practitioner, and a Post Master’s Certificate as a Family Nurse Practitioner from the University of Massachusetts-Boston. She is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, Louisiana Association of Nurse Practitioners, Alpha Sigma Nu Jesuit Honor Society, Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society, and the Louisiana Primary Care and National Association of Community Health Centers. Dr. Fabre’s personal philosophy is driven by her desire in working towards making the healthcare delivery system safe, patient focused, efficient, and equitable. She derives great satisfaction in analyzing systems of care, data and interacting to improve patient outcomes. She has 5 years’ experience as an intermittent ambulatory field surveyor for The Joint Commission and continues to serve as an independent grant reviewer for the Bureau of Primary Health Care for various funding opportunities.