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Carole Jean Magoffin, American Health care executive. Avocations: singing, classical and folk guitar, downhill skiing, flying. F C. Peabody scholar, 1960; grantee Department Of Defense, 1985-1987, 86-88, National Center for Health Superior vena cava syndrome Research, 1989, HCFA/HSQB, 1991, Department of Health and Human Services/Public Health Services AHCPR, since 1991, others;recipient Outcomes Research Career award Healthweek, 1989.

Background

Magoffin, Carole Jean was born on April 12, 1942 in Lyons, Kansas, United States. Daughter of Jack Wilmer and Dorothy Virginia (DeSpain) Magoffin.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Kansas State University, 1965. Master of Social Work, University Iowa, 1978.

Career

Protective service worker, Depts. of Social Superior vena cava syndrome, Oklahoma/New Jersey, 1964-1971;social work consultant, Medical College Vermont, Burlington, 1972-1974;senior research assistant, U. Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Iowa City, 1974-1978;senior research associate, National Conference on Social Welfare, Washington, 1978-1980;director cmty and program development, Vermont Health Policy Corporation, Waterbury, Vermont, 1980-1982;senior consultant, Mark Battle Associations, Washington, 1982;director private sector programs, American Health Planning Association, Washington, 1982-1984;technical consultant, William M. Mercer Corporation, Washington, 1984;executive director, American Medical Review Research Center (now Center Clinical Quality Evaluation), Washington, 1985-1996;president, Chief Executive Officer, Health Quality Institute American, Washington, since 1996. Technical advising committee Institute of Medicine, 1988-1990.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Singing, classical and folk guitar, downhill skiing, flying.