+ Biography

Erica Murray, MPA

Since 2014, Erica Murray has served as President and CEO for the California Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems (CAPH. Prior to this appointment by the CAPH Board of Directors, Erica was Senior Vice President; in that capacity, she was responsible for leading the organization’s policy and government relations efforts. She has worked at CAPH since 2005, with a focus on policies to challenge, support and strengthen public health care systems’ successful delivery system improvements, many of which have been fostered by CAPH’s 501c3 affiliate, the California Health Care Safety Net Institute (SNI). These improvements include chronic disease management, language access services, and outpatient service delivery efficiencies.

Ms. Murray came to CAPH/SNI with a varied background in health policy spanning the federal legislative and executive branches, as well as the private sector. Prior to joining CAPH/SNI, Ms. Murray served as health policy Legislative Assistant for former U.S. Senator John Edwards (D-NC). She also served as an analyst at the Advisory Board Company, a member-based health care think tank and consulting firm for hospitals and health care systems. From 1997 to 1999, she served as a consultant to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, where she helped launch the AIDS Drug Assistance Program, a federal program that provides access to HIV/AIDS medications for uninsured low-income individuals. Ms. Murray holds a Masters of Public Policy and Administration from Columbia University, and received a Bachelor of Arts degree from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec.

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