At Impactivo, we provide our clients with the most up to date knowledge and relevant tools to help them deliver outstanding outcomes in their programs and bottom line. We are great at what we do because we have in depth subject matter expertise of health and health care, skills in data and public policy analysts, greater knowledge of what truly makes a company productive, and the capacity to navigate the profit/public divide.
At IMPACTIVO we care deeply about what we do. For this reason we do our work with the highest level of responsibility and excellence. Our staff are knowledgeable about our fields of work and go beyond the call of duty to understand our client’s individual needs and achieve transformational change. Our Principals have decades of combined experience working in health care, business and management consulting. Our “hands on” approach to consulting is a result of our Principals’ experience as C-Level Executives, as well as their mutual understanding of what it takes to run successful health care organizations.
We are proud to be a minority and woman owned small business based in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Our firm is the only recipient of an Affordable Care Act Patient Centered Oriented Research Institute Award on the Island and we were also selected by the U.S. Small Business Administration to the Emerging Leaders Program. Impactivo is also the first Certified B Corporation on the Island and we are registered in SAM (Cage Code – 6AUC9) and DUNS (967479705). We are best known for achieving the top standards of compliance and quality recognition for our clients, all while achieving significant financial returns and accessing over $50 million in federal awards. Our company leadership has been trained by Health Reform Leaders at Harvard University and we provide all services in Spanish and English.
José A. Capriles-Quirós is the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the University of Puerto Rico, Medical Sciences Campus and the Director of the PR LPS of the Region 2 Public Health Training Center. He has occupied different leadership positions at the Graduate School: Acting Chair of the Department of Health Services Administration; Program Director, Master in Health Services Administration since 2001; Advisor to the PR Council of Education; and former President of the GSPH Curriculum Committee. He has been part of the faculty team members responsible in the development of UPR Center for Public Health Preparedness. Jose was appointed by the Secretary of Health as CEO of the PR Leadership Institute. He was also the Executive Director of the formerly HRSA-funded PR-Florida Public Health Training Center, HRSA funded Project. José has been actively involved in accreditation processes for CEPH, CAHME, ACNW, ACGME, and MSCHE. Lately, he has been actively involved as member in ASPPH MPH and DrPH Competency Model projects. José’s latest contribution in the field of graduate education was the planning and development of a DrPH Program with Specialty in Health System Analysis and Management for the University of Puerto Rico. He is additionally an active member of the Standard Council at the Board of Commission on Accreditation for Healthcare Management Education.
MD, University of Puerto Rico, Medical Sciences Campus
MPH, University of Puerto Rico Graduate School of Public Health, Medical Sciences Campus
MHSA, University of Puerto Rico Graduate School of Public Health, Medical Sciences Campus
BS, University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras
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