Bruce joined PRC in 1990 and began developing PRC’s community health products in 1994, at a time when “community health needs assessment” and “population health” were little-known concepts among most healthcare organizations. Under his direction, PRC evolved into a nationally recognized leader in community health research, with more experience than any other national research provider. Over the course of his career, Bruce has advised hospitals, healthcare systems, public health departments, foundations, and community-based groups in hundreds of communities across the United States, and their work has impacted the lives of millions.
He works with clients to identify and define the specific health needs of their populations so that clients can conduct real-time and customizable research into individuals’ health status, risk, behaviors, and experiences to improve community health. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of Nebraska–Omaha with a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies and Public Relations.
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