Hunter Sinclair, MBA, brings more than 10 years of health care industry exposure to population health management, strategy, provider network development, payer contracting, and finance management to his role as Vice President. Specializing in Medicare risk strategy, ACOs and other accountable payment models, Hunter provides strategic guidance to organizations navigating the transition from volume-based to value-based health care. His work with Advisory Board has included numerous engagements with a specific focus on the development and operationalization of MSSP initiatives and clinically integrated networks (CINs).
Hunter has been involved in all stages of ACO development, including the creation of CINs, building organizational governance structures, writing MSSP applications, strategic planning, and interim operational leadership. Hunter’s extensive experience with the MSSP has even been leveraged in the development of policy briefs and meetings with senior government officials regarding the future of the program. His clients have ranged from safety net hospitals, for-profit health systems, academic medical centers, and state governments.
Hunter earned a Master of Business Administration with a specialization in health sector management from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts with distinction in history and political science from the University of Virginia.