Fred Bentley provides strategic consulting services to leading post-acute and long-term care organizations along with health plans, investors, and innovators in the senior care industry. He focuses on payment and delivery system innovations that lead to more efficient, better-integrated care for vulnerable patient populations.
Prior to joining ATI, Bentley served as Managing Director at Avalere Health. In that role, he was Avalere’s lead spokesperson on value-based care, CMMI models, and post-acute care issues. He worked with leading payers, providers, and technology companies to define their growth strategies and develop innovative partnership models. Bentley’s experience with post-acute and long-term care organizations stretches back ten years to his days at The Advisory Board Company, where he launched the Post-Acute Care Collaborative. This research program provides strategy and operational research and consulting to leading senior care providers.
Bentley’s work sits at the intersection of payers and providers, helping forge innovative partnerships and new business models that improve the quality, efficiency, and patient experience for Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries. As a keynote speaker and panelist at industry conferences, he is frequently asked to provide an expert perspective on the future of the post-acute care industry and opportunities for innovation and disruption.
Bentley earned a master’s degree in Public Health and Public Policy from the University of California, Berkeley, and a bachelor’s in Political Science from Haverford College.
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Laura Benzing conducts both qualitative and quantitative research analyses and provides guidance to ATI’s various clients.
Benzing most recently completed an internship with the Duke Margolis Center for Health Policy, where she worked in real-world evidence and the integration of Medicare-Medicaid for dual enrollees in North Carolina. There, she developed fact sheets to clearly communicate health policy research for multiple project teams. At the Cleveland Clinic, Benzing conducted quality management studies and worked to expand telehealth services at the Duke Cancer Institute.
Benzing received her bachelor’s degree at Duke University, where she studied Biology, Bioinformatics, and Creative Writing. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Health Informatics part-time at George Mason University.
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Adam Bloom-Paicopolos works on ATI’s Medicare-Medicaid Integration and LTSS Innovation teams.
Bloom-Paicopolos was most recently a consultant at Pointe Health, advising clients on value-based care, Medicare Advantage, and market strategy projects and initiatives. He previously worked as an associate on the Public Policy team at the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), where he was responsible for a broad portfolio of policy issues and Congressional, policymaker, and stakeholder relations. In this role, Bloom-Paicopolos worked closely on PCORI’s behavioral health portfolio and co-led the organization’s first intellectual and developmental disabilities stakeholder engagement team.
Adam Bloom-Paicopolos earned his master’s degree in Public Policy and bachelor’s degree in Government & Politics from the University of Maryland. He currently serves on the Board of the Friends of the Alexandria Mental Health Center, a DC-area nonprofit that provides financial and social support to community members facing mental health challenges.
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Elizabeth Burke performs quantitative and qualitative research analyses and provides policy guidance to clients.
Burke most recently served as a Senior Analyst on the Client Analytics and Medical Economics team at Evolent Health. Using SAS and SQL to analyze Medicare claims data, she calculated and modeled savings estimates to highlight financial opportunities for Accountable Care Organization partners. Prior to Evolent, Burke worked as a research consultant at the Lewin Group, where she provided technical assistance, operational support, and data management to several federal health programs.
Burke attended the University of Virginia and earned her bachelor’s degree in Economics and Global Public Health. She currently serves as a Patient and Family Care volunteer at Capital Caring Health, a hospice and palliative care organization.
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Data Analytics Advisor
Kevin Dietz is a proficient SAS and SQL programmer with expert knowledge of Medicare and other healthcare datasets and healthcare payment policies.
Dietz previously served as a Vice President in the Health Economics and Outcomes Research (formerly Data Analytics) practice at Avalere Health, where for 12 years, he provided data analytics support for a wide variety of healthcare clients. His major focus is on the Medicare FFS post-acute and long-term care population and has extensive experience in modeling the financial impact of Medicare payment policies and performing longitudinal and retrospective cohort analyses.
Prior to Avalere, Dietz was part of the Health Care team at the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), where he specialized in the analysis of Medicare FFS claims.
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Conner Esworthy advises on ATI’s diligence and partnership agreements.
Her career in the financial services industry spans a decade, most recently as a Vice President at Welsh, Carson, Anderson, and Stowe (WCAS), a prominent healthcare investor with 40 years of expertise. At WCAS, Esworthy evaluated investment opportunities in the healthcare services space and helped launch a post-acute care (PAC) coordination company, naviHealth. At deal inception, Esworthy led financial diligence for naviHealth’s platform investment in SeniorMetrix, a post-acute discharge tool. Upon closing, she helped execute a multistage growth plan that included naviHealth’s entry into the bundled payment program. Esworthy’s financial operating model and complementary monthly reporting system drove new customer acquisition and optimized pricing, helping naviHealth become a leader in PAC solutions throughout the country.
Conner Esworthy previously managed the diligence and acquisition process for InnovAge, the second largest Program for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) operator in the US. With WCAS backing, InnovAge significantly broadened its geographic presence and increased access to quality and affordable care for dual eligibles. Her work included quantifying the size and growth of markets, identifying acquisition opportunities, and coordinating diligence across accounting, regulatory, legal, and healthcare policy executives to construct a viable business case for the partnership.
Esworthy received her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Washington & Lee University and holds an MBA from Columbia Business School.
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Nils Franco conducts quantitative research and supports qualitative research to advise clients on federal and state health insurance programs.
Prior to joining ATI, Franco served the Altarum Institute’s Center for Value in Health Care and Center for Eldercare Improvement as a research analyst. His work there included economic modeling of the impact of social policies, business consulting on home- and center-based services, and federal research on Medicare–Medicaid integration amid COVID-19. In a key project, he derived county-level data from Medicare administrative files to describe Part D outcomes for beneficiaries aged 65+ and describe users of post-acute and long-term care, including their functional and cognitive conditions, their diagnoses, and their use of healthcare.
At a federal level, Franco’s past work has included consulting and data management for the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) and the Medicare Ombudsman Group, as well as designing statistical methods for a research project funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
Franco received his bachelor’s degree in Economics from American University. He was a fellow of the Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Program in 2017 at Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College.
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Hannah Godlove brings 15 years of experience in population health analytics, evaluation, and program planning to ATI Advisory.
Prior to joining ATI, Godlove worked at Signify Health where she helped providers implement episodes of care programs for Medicaid and Medicare populations. She previously spent several years leading the analytics and reporting team at Maimonides Medical Center’s Department of Population Health. There, she launched an analytics and reporting structure for the New York State Medicaid 1115 waiver and led subsequent value-based arrangements, including Medicaid managed care plans and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
Godlove has also led quality evaluation and improvement initiatives for the Medicaid Health Homes program in New York with FEGS, a successor to a social service agency for the seriously mentally ill (SMI) population. She also worked as an Allan Rosenfield Epidemiology Fellow with the US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.
Godlove holds an MBA from Baruch College, a Master of Public Health degree from Columbia University and a bachelor’s degree from Oberlin College.
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Madeleine Howard joins ATI with a unique background in health policy and business strategy.
Prior to joining ATI, Howard served as a Health Policy Fellow in the office of Maryland House Delegate Brooke Lierman. In this role, she conducted in-depth health policy research, drafted policy briefs and op-eds, and contributed to the formulation of state and local public health legislation. As an Analytics Consultant at Axia Women’s Health, Howard performed quantitative and qualitative research analyses on health indicators and clinical outcomes within Axia’s patient population and used predictive modeling to help inform Axia’s business growth strategy. Howard previously served as the Midwest Outreach Director for the US Global Leadership Coalition (USGLC), where she worked with federal and state lawmakers to strengthen and advance US foreign policy. Prior to the USGLC, Madeleine worked at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, where she served as a Program Assistant on the Global Policy and Advocacy team.
Madeleine Howard holds master’s degrees in Public Health and Business Administration from Johns Hopkins University. She has a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Global Health from the University of Washington.
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Brianna Ensslin Janoski
Brianna Ensslin Janoski is focused on issues related to Medicaid LTSS and dually eligible populations.
Before joining ATI, she was an independent consultant who supported clients on projects related to managed care, Medicaid, Medicare, SHIPs, and integrating care for some of our nation’s most vulnerable populations. Most recently, Janoski served as the Associate Vice President of Medicare/MMP Product at Molina Healthcare. Here, she led the team responsible for more than 20 plan benefit packages, driving development, administration, and training of these products nationally.
Prior to this role, Janoski was a Director of Public Policy at Molina Healthcare where she supported its plans across the country on a variety of federal and state legislative, regulatory, and policy priorities. She focused on issues related to D-SNPs, MMPs, and MLTSS programs, notably spearheading the organization’s policy and advocacy around MMP enrollment growth and capitated Financial Alignment Demonstration program extensions, as well as D-SNP default enrollment and preparing for D-SNP rule changes.
Janoski received her Master of Public Health in Urban Health and Bachelor of Science in Health Science degrees from Northeastern University in Boston, MA.
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Joseph June supports clients with research and analysis on diverse healthcare policy issues.
June most recently worked at Benefytt Technologies as a Market Research Analyst. His work included analyses of federal health policies and proposals, research on the Medicare population, and analyzing Medicare Advantage plan coverage and benefits. Prior to this, he worked as a research analyst on the SAFEHAVEN II research grant at the University of South Florida, where he assisted with proposal and funding applications, analyzed the disaster preparedness and response of long-term care settings in multiple states, and published peer-reviewed papers and conference presentations.
Joseph June holds a doctorate in Aging Studies from the University of South Florida, a Master of Public Health degree in Health Policy from Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University, and a bachelor’s degree in International Studies, with minors in Chemistry and History, from the University of South Florida.
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Principal and Head of Drug Pricing Practice
Anna Kaltenboeck is a health economist whose work focuses on how federal and commercial reimbursement policies shape the market for prescription drugs and new health technologies.
Prior to joining ATI, Kaltenboeck was Senior Health Advisor on the Senate Committee on Finance, where she led on drug pricing issues, including Medicare negotiation and prescription drug reimbursement provisions. In her previous role as Program Director for the Center for Health Policy and Outcomes and the Drug Pricing Lab at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, she conducted research on policies to re-align payment for prescription drugs with evidence of their value and offer economic rewards for the creation of new treatments based on how much they improve patients’ lives.
Kaltenboeck provides federal and state-level technical assistance that is informed by her research and experience as a consultant specializing in pricing and market access for pharmaceutical products. She has advised states on providing Hepatitis C treatment through subscription-based contracts, and CMS on Medicare payments, pricing, and Part D redesign options.
Kaltenboeck received her undergraduate and master’s degrees in Economics from Tufts University, and her MBA from Yale University.
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Aaron Kirkman applies his experience in economic modeling and business strategy to helping ATI’s partners understand how regulation and policy affect their core business and future opportunities.
Kirkman most recently served as a Strategy Associate at Archetype, a management consultancy and venture capital fund, where he helped healthcare and employee benefits companies develop new services and revenue streams, raise capital from investors and position themselves for scalable, profitable growth. Prior to Archetype, Kirkman worked as a health economics researcher at Northwestern University, studying hospital financing, the health effects of extended unemployment insurance, and physician behavior, with support from the National Science Foundation. Before Northwestern, he worked as a Senior Associate Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, specializing in macroeconomic forecasting, mortgage finance, and sovereign debt.
Kirkman received his master’s degree in Economics from Northwestern University and a bachelor’s degree in Economics, Mathematics, and Computer Science from Loyola University Chicago.
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Cleanthe (Cleo) Kordomenos
Cleanthe (Cleo) Kordomenosapplies her experience with federal and state health insurance programs to advise and provide technical assistance, research, and analysis to clients on issues related to Medicaid LTSS, dually eligible populations, and delivery system transformation for people with complex health and social needs.
Prior to joining ATI, Kordomenos was a mixed methods public health research and policy analyst within RTI International’s Aging, Disability, and Long-Term Care Program. In this role, she provided technical assistance for an evaluation of federal health care delivery and financing demonstrations on behalf of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI), including the Financial Alignment Initiative (FAI) and the Initiative to Reduce Avoidable Hospitalizations among Nursing Facility Residents (NFI). Kordomenos also advanced qualitative research efforts on integrated care models for dually eligible individuals and populations with LTSS needs for the Office of Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Medicaid and CHIP Payment Access Commission (MACPAC).
Cleo Kordomenos received her Master of Public Health degree from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a bachelor’s degree in Health Communication Studies from The College of New Jersey.
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Kristen Lunde is a Director in ATI’s Medicare innovation practice.
Before joining ATI, Lunde served as Health Policy Advisor for the Senate Finance Committee. In this role, she led the legislative portfolio and served as a technical expert on hospital, post-acute, and hospice care under Medicare Part A as well as rural health, health workforce, and health innovation issues. During her time with the committee, Lunde was involved in major legislative efforts, including the CARES Act, the American Rescue Plan, and multiple year-end bills advancing Medicare and elder justice priorities. Prior to this, she was a David A. Winston Health Policy Fellow. Kristen also has experience in performance improvement consulting, insurance benefit design, and public health program implementation.
Kristen Lunde has a Master of Public Health degree from the University of Michigan and a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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Amelia Murphy applies her unique background in policy, communications, and business strategy to advise clients on health delivery system transformation, dually eligible populations, and social determinants of health (SDOH).
Prior to joining ATI, she was a senior associate at The Pew Charitable Trusts, where she focused on communications strategy for the Pew’s antibiotic resistance project. In this role, she drafted action alerts and issued briefs and talking points to educate policymakers and advocates on policies related to drug innovation and antibiotic stewardship. Murphy also worked at the Maryland Department of Aging, where she designed a new health promotion program reporting tool for the state and ran interactive data workshops to gather input from Area Agencies on Aging. She has also completed quantitative research for the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) to better understand Medicare beneficiaries’ foregone care during the COVID-19 pandemic. Prior to these roles, she was the Programs and Outreach Coordinator at the National Center for Health Research (NCHR), where she managed a health insurance assistance program and led the nonprofit’s digital outreach. Before starting her career in health policy, Murphy taught English in Indonesia on a Fulbright grant.
Amelia Murphy holds Master of Public Health and Master of Business Administration degrees from John Hopkins University and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Italian Studies from Smith College.
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Tyler Overstreet Cromer
Principal and Head of Medicare Innovation Practice
Tyler Overstreet Cromer joined ATI after more than a decade of experience in federal health policy at the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). She advises clients on innovative financing and healthcare delivery models.
Most recently, Cromer served as a senior executive at OMB providing oversight and expertise for budget development and execution across the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). She is particularly interested in payment policy, healthcare delivery system reform, and providing insights to clients building on her years of experience shaping federal policy on these topics.
Cromer was involved in many of the reforms to traditional Medicare, having led efforts at OMB related to the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) from its inception until her arrival at ATI. She also worked on the initial design and regulations of the Medicare Shared Savings Program. Cromer has provided oversight of and guidance to various other health programs and agencies, including the Older Americans Act programs administered by the Administration for Community Living, federal policy related to electronic medical records, and the administrative budget of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
Cromer received her Master of Public Administration from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University and her bachelor’s degree from Wake Forest University.
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Tina Hansen Pickett
Tina Hansen Pickett offers a unique blend of expertise that ranges from federal policy to on-the-ground healthcare delivery system transformation.
Most recently, Pickett worked on advancing the shift to value-based care at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York. There, she led the formation of the Community Care of Brooklyn Independent Practice Association (CCB IPA), including its value-based strategy. Pickett was instrumental in securing numerous value-based contracts for CCB IPA, including with Medicaid managed care plans, the Medicare Shared Savings Program, and the Bundled Payment for Care Improvement – Advanced program.
Prior to Maimonides, Pickett served as a health policy expert at the Office of Management and Budget, where she analyzed, developed, and oversaw the implementation of policies and programs related to innovative payment models at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation, healthcare quality and research at that Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, comparative effectiveness research, and health IT, among other areas.
Pickett has a Master of Public Health degree from the University at Albany and a bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Northern Iowa.
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Principal and Head of Medicare-Medicaid Integration and LTSS Innovations Practice
Allison Rizer brings nearly 20 years of health-related experience to ATI Advisory, including more than a decade focused on insurance and government programs.
Before joining ATI, Rizer most recently served as Vice President of Health Policy & Strategy with UnitedHealthcare, where she led the organization’s national policy efforts specific to individuals dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid. In this role, she worked closely with state and national health plan leadership, policymakers, and other experts to bridge health policy and business worlds to inform sustainable program design and growth strategies. Rizer previously served as a Medicaid Policy Director, working with individual states and Medicaid health plans to provide strategic guidance on emerging policy and program trends.
Allison Rizer also spent several years with The Lewin Group, leading federal contracts with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and other agencies across programs targeting aging and vulnerable populations. Her work at Lewin led to the development and refinement of Medicare Advantage network adequacy standards, Special Needs Plan Model of Care process improvements, CMS clarification of the Medicare therapy benefit, and education for State Health Insurance Assistance Programs (SHIPs). While at Lewin, Rizer also had the opportunity to co-lead the development of a successful healthy weight pilot for aging lesbian and bisexual women.
Allison Rizer has spoken at numerous national conferences and participated in expert working groups on issues across the aging spectrum. She currently serves as adjunct faculty at the University of St. Thomas, MN where she co-teaches an MBA course on health policy.
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Sarah Rosenblum focuses on issues related to Medicaid LTSS and dually eligible populations.
Prior to joining ATI, Rosenblum was a Strategic Solutions Director for UnitedHealthcare Community & State (C&S), a division of UnitedHealth Group. In this role, Rosenblum led request for proposal (RFP) readiness efforts for new market entries and existing Medicaid managed care markets. In this role, she collaborated with others in C&S to create person-centered strategies that meet the diverse needs of their members, including complex needs populations and dually-eligible individuals.
Previously at UnitedHealthcare C&S, Rosenblum was a Director of Strategic Initiatives within the National Policy & Influence team. There, she conducted analysis of policy trends in Medicaid and contributed to the development of thought leadership and advocacy positions.
Rosenblum previously worked at L&M Policy Research, where she focused on improving consumer health plan decision tools like Healthcare.gov and the Medicare Plan Finder. She also conducted 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 completed research on challenges to and mitigation strategies for the expansion of the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) 2.0.
Rosenblum received her Master of Public Health degree in Health Management & Policy from the University of Michigan School of Public Health. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Human Development, with minors in Health Policy and Gerontology, from Cornell University.
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Kimberly Smathers works on issues related to dually eligible populations and social determinants of health (SDOH). She has proven expertise in business strategy and development, data analytics and visualization, adult learning approaches, and human-centered design.
Prior to joining ATI, Smathers was a Vice President at OptumServe Consulting (The Lewin Group) where she engaged with the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) to support evaluation, technical assistance, program design, and implementation activities for several CMMI models. She also served as director of the CMS-funded Resources for Integrated Care technical assistance center, disseminating promising practices for health plans serving the dually eligible population through live events, podcasts, videos, and articles. She has also assessed the effect of Medicaid crossover payment policies on QMB access to care, examined the impact of Medicaid Section 1115 SMI waivers, and partnered with LeadingAge to perform a cost-benefit analysis of onsite services at HUD properties for lower-income adults.
Smathers brings practical insights into serving complex populations from her prior work as Vice President of Business Development at a federally qualified health center that provided various care services, regardless of patient ability to pay. During the COVID-19 public health emergency, she designed business intelligence tools and community outreach strategies to support equitable access to and uptake of COVID-19 testing and vaccinations.
Smathers has an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Northwestern University. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Attachment & Trauma Network, a nonprofit promoting healing of children impacted by trauma.
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Operations and Development Manager
Evelynne Stiles manages ATI’s operations and business development.
Throughout her career, Stiles has leveraged her analytical background to optimize business processes and identify opportunities to maximize efficiencies. She has worked across various industries to create inclusive and cohesive environments that promote both business and professional growth.
Evelynne Stiles earned her bachelor’s degree in Finance from Hampton University, holds a Master of Business Administration degree with a concentration in Human Recourses from Stayer University, and a Business Analytics Certificate from the Harvard Business School.
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Vivian Su conducts both qualitative and quantitative research analyses and provides guidance to ATI’s clients.
Su most recently served as a Graduate Research Assistant at the Johns Hopkins Center for Public Health and Human Rights and the Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy. As a Research Assistant, she conducted quantitative and qualitative analyses, health equity research, and policy evaluation. She also served as a Health Policy Fellow in the Office of Maryland State Senator William C. Smith, where she helped develop and advance public health legislation. Su also worked as a Public Health Advisor, supporting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in its response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vivian Su received her Master of Public Health degree from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and bachelor’s degrees in Public Health and Law, Societies, and Justice from the University of Washington.
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Giselle Torralba focuses on issues related to Medicaid LTSS and dually eligible populations.
Most recently, Torralba was a Program Officer at the Center for Health Care Strategies where she supported initiatives related to dually eligible populations and those in need of LTSS. In this role, she provided technical assistance and project support for a broad portfolio of work, including the Integrated Care Resource Center in partnership with the Medicare and Medicaid Coordination Office. Torralba also supported several foundation-funded projects that engaged states in advancing innovations in policies and programs for individuals dually enrolled in Medicare and Medicaid, family caregivers, and Medicaid enrollees with behavioral health needs. She has previous experience engaging with stakeholders to develop a set of care standards for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities so that their needs may be better met in clinical care settings.
Torralba received her Master of Public Health degree from Des Moines University and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh where she studied Psychology and Social Work.
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Anne Tumlinson, Founder and CEO of ATI Advisory, leads the nation in setting the direction of aging and disability policy.
Tumlinson also founded and runs Daughterhood, an online and in-person community that connects family caregivers with each other for support and information. She serves on the non-profit boards of the Caregiver Action Network and Mary’s Center, an FQHC in Washington, DC. She serves on advisory boards for technology companies focused on the aging and the board of directors for Bluestone Physician Services and Harmony @ Home. Tumlinson is a member of the National Academy of Social Insurance, was named an Influencer in Aging by Next Avenue, and serves as a Nexus Fellow.
Tumlinson spent her early career working in government, first as a healthcare advisor to Congressman John Lewis (D-GA) and then as the lead for Medicaid program oversight at the Office of Management and Budget. She joined Avalere Health in 2000, leading the firm’s provider practice and developing business intelligence products for 14 years.
Anne Tumlinson completed a Master of Management in Human Services degree at The Heller School for Social Welfare Policy at Brandeis University and holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Furnam University.
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Liz Walsh oversees firm development and management.
Prior to joining ATI, Walsh was the Associate Director of Product Management at Evolent Health, a firm that enables major health systems to manage risk across Medicare, Medicaid, commercial, and self-funded populations. In this role, she managed new development for Evolent’s care management solution. Walsh also worked on the Product Innovation and Commercialization team where she directed cross-functional strategic initiatives. Prior to that, she worked as a Consultant at Avalere Health, where she advised clients on trends in value-based care and performance improvement and developed business intelligence products.
Liz Walsh earned a Bachelor of Arts in both Political Science and International Relations from the University of Pennsylvania. She currently serves on the Board of Directors at Woodley House, a nonprofit providing a range of mental health housing and support services to District of Columbia residents.
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Bill Winfrey is a Director in ATI’s Medicare innovation practice. He joined ATI after almost seven years at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI), where he led internal strategy development to address the social determinants of health (SDOH).
Previously, Winfrey worked in federal service, overseeing the CMMI portfolio at the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), and led the Department of Health and Human Service’s Value-Based Transformation initiative. At CMMI, he supported the development of the Accountable Health Communities model and has seen his work on SDOH, health equity, and value-based payments contribute to innovations in payment, screening, and cross-sector coordination activities across models and programs at both CMMI and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Before working at the federal level, Winfrey worked with community-based organizations and schools as a program administrator and teacher serving under-resourced communities.
Bill Winfrey holds a Master of Public Policy degree from the Trachtenberg School at George Washington University and a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from St Louis University.
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