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DECEMBER 13, 2023, WASHINGTON, D.C.–ATI Advisory (ATI), a leading healthcare consulting firm, is pleased to announce the appointment of Brian Fuller as Managing Director, where he will spearhead the Value-Based Care Design and Delivery Practice.  

Brian Fuller is a nationally recognized thought leader with a wealth of experience in navigating the complexities of value-based care, aging senior services, and post-acute care. His expertise extends to care integration and partnership development across the continuum, encompassing the evaluation, contracting, and implementation of various new payment models. 

Prior to joining ATI Advisory, Fuller served as the CEO of Integrated Care Solutions (ICS), a technology-enabled care coordination company specializing in managing episodes of care under various payment structures, including bundled payments and Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs). His track record includes leadership roles at renowned organizations such as Great Lakes Caring, naviHealth, Avalere Health, and Brooks Health. 

In addition to his executive roles, Fuller has played a pivotal role in advancing value-based care initiatives, particularly in bundled payments, with demonstrated success in collaborating with both provider and convener organizations participating in CMS programs. His insights and expertise were further recognized by CMS when he was selected to serve as an expert panelist in application review for the Bundled Payments for Care Improvement initiative. 

At ATI Advisory, Fuller will leverage his extensive background to guide provider organizations, Acute Care Hospital Systems, ACOs, physician practice groups, investors, and payers in enhancing post-acute integration, network development, and operational models to align with their strategic goals. 

“We are delighted to welcome Brian Fuller to ATI,” said Anne Tumlinson, CEO of ATI Advisory. “Transforming our healthcare system from volume to value requires the unique blend of deep strategic and operational expertise and analytic approach that Brian will bring to the public and private healthcare leaders we serve.”  

Fuller expressed his enthusiasm of joining ATI stating, “I’ve been on many sides of the value equation throughout my career and am thrilled to join ATI as healthcare stakeholders increasingly grapple with the clinical, operational and financial strategies to be successful in value-based care at a time of unprecedented acceleration and strategic imperative.

Fuller’s commitment to improving healthcare delivery aligns seamlessly with ATI Advisory’s purpose to make care better for everyone. His arrival marks a significant milestone for the company as it continues to expand its capabilities and offerings in response to client demand.  

About ATI Advisory 
ATI Advisory is a healthcare research and advisory services firm dedicated to solving the hardest problems in healthcare so that it works better for those who need it most. ATI delivers top expertise, objective research and practical solutions to public and private leaders addressing the most complex needs in healthcare. Its nationally recognized experts apply the highest standards in research and advisory services to generate new ideas, solve hard problems, and reduce uncertainty in a rapidly changing healthcare landscape. For more information, visit  


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