Kim Center is a Program Evaluation Manager in the Department of Family Medicine and Public Health at the University of California, San Diego. She has an MA in Psychology with an emphasis in Mental Health Research from San Diego State University. Ms. Center is project lead on HSRC’s evaluation the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (LACDMH)’s Innovation 2 (INN2) project with Todd Gilmer, PI. She assists in the development of evaluation plans and measure selection, and conducts training sessions, facilitates quarterly collaborative learning sessions with providers and county staff, and serves as a liaison with community groups. She also led HSRC’s recent evaluation of the Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP) Behavioral Health Integration Complex Care Management Initiative (BHICCI), which was a practice transformation initiative focused on developing integrated complex care teams that provide care coordination for individuals with complex physical and behavioral health needs. She has also worked on the ongoing evaluation and reporting of outcomes for San Diego County’s Behavioral Health Services (BHS) Full Service Partnership (FSP) programs. Ms. Center participated in the Los Angeles County Mental Health Services Innovations Project, which evaluated several models of care designed to integrate physical and behavioral health services for homeless and underserved population. Her expertise is in evaluation design, analysis, data visualization and reporting.