|UR Staffer Named One of Four ‘Unstoppable Mom’ Finalists for Live with Kelly and Michael|
|Tuesday, March 12 2013|
UR’s own Trelawney McCoy, single mother of eight, was recently named one of four ‘Unstoppable MOM’ contest finalists on ABC’s Live with Kelly and Michael show.
McCoy (pictured in top row, center) now enjoys a chance at winning $100,000 for her and her family – seven of which are adopted (over the past 14 years, the divorced mom of one opened her heart—and her home—to three sets of siblings).
Beyond working full-time as a health project counselor here at the University’s Building Healthy Children program, McCoy’s also an involved member of the community—as the first female President of the Rochester RAMS Pop Warner Football cheerleading coach, and a volunteer at the community rec center.
As health care reform challenges us to expand health insurance to cover 30 million more Americans – and improve the quality and effectiveness of that care, all on a smaller dime – traditional industry arrangements will only go so far. We sat down with URMC Chief Operating Officer Peter Robinson to make sense of how reform’s new financial incentives are rewriting relationships among players.