Sarah Rosenblum

Sarah Rosenblum

Senior Analyst

Sarah Rosenblum is a Senior Analyst at ATI Advisory focusing on issues related to Medicaid LTSS and dually eligible populations. Prior to joining ATI, Sarah was a Strategic Solutions Director for UnitedHealthcare Community & State (C&S), a division of UnitedHealth Group. In this role, Sarah led request for proposal (RFP) readiness efforts for new market entries and existing Medicaid managed care markets. To do so, she collaborated with others across C&S to create and propose person-centered strategies aligned to the diverse needs of C&S members, including TANF/CHIP, Medicaid expansion, and complex populations, like those who are dually-eligible. Previously at UnitedHealthcare C&S, Sarah was a Director of Strategic Initiatives within the National Policy & Influence team, where she conducted analysis of policy trends in Medicaid and contributed to the development of thought leadership and advocacy positions, especially in regard to value-based payment, delivery system reform models, and health information technology.

Before joining UnitedHealthcare, Sarah worked at L&M Policy Research, where she focused on improving the usability and content of consumer health plan decision tools like and the Medicare Plan Finder as well as conducting evaluations of federal health care delivery and financing demonstrations like the Accountable Care Organization Investment Model (AIM) ACO initiative and the Home Health Value-based Purchasing (HHVBP) Model. She also conducted interviews with insurers to understand the impact of and develop recommendations related to telehealth coverage and opioid overutilization policies in Medicare. Sarah also completed research on challenges to and mitigation strategies for the expansion of the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) 2.0.

Sarah received her Master of Public Health in Health Management & Policy from the University of Michigan School of Public Health. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Development, with minors in Health Policy and Gerontology, from Cornell University.

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