PhD, MS, MA is Project Director for Asthma Ready Communities for the Department of Child Health at the University of Missouri School of Medicine. For more than thirty years, Dr. Foreman has worked as a clinical professional with health impaired children in a variety of settings including mental health centers, acute rehabilitation centers, day care centers, hospitals, schools, and homes. Dr. Foreman has worked as an external empirical researcher with the University of Missouri Office of Social and Economic Data Analysis (OSEDA) in administrative claims analysis for health care utilization of statewide populations of children with asthma. In the past ten years, Dr. Foreman has served in the University of Missouri Asthma Ready Communities (ARC) team that is pioneering the development of care management assessment, monitoring, and intervention tooled systems for children with poorly controlled asthma across community settings (schools, clinics, pharmacies) for actionable data exchanges through SMART on FIHR platforms including innovative quality and cost improvement measures. One of Dr. Foreman’s projects was recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties as the Outstanding Achievement in Quality Improvement Award in 2019-20. Dr. Foreman received his doctorate in Social Work from the University of Missouri-Columbia (UMC). He also received a Master of Arts degree in Child and Family Development from UMC and a Master of Science Communicative Disorders degree from the University of New Mexico. Finally, Dr. Foreman is a frequent presenter at statewide and national healthcare conferences, regional health networks board meetings, and medical director meetings at managed care, hospital and public health settings.