Amy Kincade | YWCA Women of Excellence
Vice President of Population Health Management
Stormont Vail Health
Amy Kincade serves as Vice President of Population Health Management for Stormont Vail Health. In that capacity she is responsible for leading health care delivery integration. She collaborates with leadership and staff across the system and community to ensure clinical integration is well coordinated, efficient, and effective. She has an integral role, working with physician partners, in care transformation efforts to promote wellness, to manage disease, and to support high quality safe care in support of the mission and vision of Stormont Vail Health.
Amy has been at Stormont-Vail since 1991. She received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Baker University and a Master of Business Administration from Baker University, and is currently certified in Lean Six Sigma.
TK: What inspires you?
AMY: My family and the work we are doing at Stormont Vail Health.
In general, I love people. I am very family oriented and was lucky to have also found my calling for patient care very early in life. My family, friends and work all keep me motivated, energized, and passionate!
TK: What advice do you have for others?
AMY: Live everyday like its your last!! If you can find passion in what you do at work, you will stay happy! I have been at Stormont Vail Health for 27 years and I have been constantly challenged, motivated, and impressed by the amazing things that we can do together. I am so fortunate to have found a place that allows me to do what I love to do every day. We make a difference in peoples’ lives every day and we are committed to doing a better job for those we serve today and our community.
TK: What is the greatest lesson your have learned on your journey?
AMY: Time moves way too fast! I can’t believe I am a grandmother! I can’t believe I have been with Stormont Vail Health for 27 years!
The YWCA is on a mission to empower women at all stages in their careers. Diversity in leadership is particularly vital to our vibrant business community in the Greater Topeka Area.
The YWCA is celebrating 31 years of recognizing Women of Excellence in our community with the theme “Dare to be Powerful.” We dare to be powerful, despite whatever obstacles may present themselves along the way.
“When I dare to be powerful, to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid.”
- Audre Lorde