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.