Josh Morgan, PsyD
National Director of Behavioral Health & Whole Person Care, Public Sector


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INDUSTRY FOCUS

  • Public Sector 
  • Health Care
  • Education

EXPERTISE

Whole-Person Care • Behavioral Health • Quality Improvement • Risk Stratification • Performance Outcomes • Value-Based Care • Network Adequacy • Managed Care 

"Building hope and encouragement has been a priority throughout my personal and professional life. I'm a psychologist who thought I wanted to be in private practice. Then I saw the power that data, research, evaluation and analytics have to inform and advocate for system change – and the potential for making an even bigger difference in people's lives. I’m a passionate advocate for whole-person care. Holistic approaches, including behavioral health, can improve outcomes and cost-effectiveness. We can make the world a better place by using data to gain a more complete picture of people and the impact we’re having. And we might even gain more compassion and empathy along the way."

Josh Morgan, PsyD • National Director of Behavioral Health and Whole Person Care, Public Sector • US-Based

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About Josh

Joshua Morgan, PsyD, a licensed psychologist, is National Director of Behavioral Health and Whole Person Care at SAS, providing strategy and direction for using analytics, data and evaluation in health and human services agencies across the US.  

Josh is also on the board of directors of Mental Health Services, a large, nonprofit community behavioral health provider in California. Previously, he was Chief of Behavioral Health Informatics for San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health (DBH), where he coordinated, planned and oversaw health informatics activities, including specialized analytic, research and evaluation projects focused on value-based health care and performance outcomes, particularly related to the Mental Health Services Act and whole-person care. 

 Clinically, Josh has worked with adolescent self-injury, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs, psychiatric inpatient units, and university counseling centers. He is trained in dialectical behavior therapy and has published and presented on interfaith peacemaking and nonsuicidal self-injury. He also led a liaison team supporting survivors and families of the Dec. 2, 2015, San Bernardino terrorist attack. 

Josh holds a bachelor's degree in religious studies from the University of California, Berkeley, and a PsyD in clinical psychology, with an emphasis in family psychology, from Azusa Pacific University. He has served on several county and state committees and was co-chair of the DBH Systemwide Performance Outcomes Committee and Spirituality Subcommittee. Josh also teaches undergraduate and graduate courses for several universities on subjects such as research and evaluation, diagnosis and treatment, biological foundations of psychology, and epistemology and worldview.

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