About Natalie

Natalie is a consultant for the Health Plan Advisory Council within the Advisory Board's Research division. In her work with health plans, she has led research on value-based contracting, member experience, risk adjustment, and Medicaid managed care.

She previously served with the Advisory Board’s Oncology Roundtable research program, conducting research on cancer patient experiences and preferences as well as lung and prostate cancer centers of excellence.

Prior to joining the Advisory Board, Natalie worked as a national security network analyst at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and later worked with the Bundled Payments for Care Improvement initiative at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation. Natalie graduated from the University of Southern California with bachelor’s degrees in biological sciences and international relations. She also holds a master of public policy from Duke University.

Natalie's areas of expertise include Medicaid managed care, risk adjustment, value-based contracting, member experience, utilization behavior, network management, provider partnerships, dual-eligible beneficiaries, and community partnerships.


Areas of expertise

Medicaid, Reimbursement, Finance, Risk Management, Methodologies, Performance Improvement, Utilization, Efficiency, Employer and Community Partnerships, Strategy,

Natalie Trebes

Consultant

Natalie's Upcoming Events

Webconference
Jun 24 2020

How physician practices are thinking about acquisition in today’s financial landscape

With margins threatened by Covid-19, many physician groups are looking at their strategic options differently, including new partnership and acquisition strategies to access capital and resources. Join us for a facilitated discussion with our experts to better understand how these decisions are unfolding for different types of physician groups, and the factors they’re evaluating in potential partners, and what that might mean for the ecosystem of provider networks system. More Register

Webconference
May 21 2020

Covid-19 Update

Stay up to date on the COVID-19 epidemic with this on-demand webinar and downloadable slides from May 21, 2020. More Register

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