Tracy serves as a Senior Consultant overseeing telehealth and orthopedic growth strategy for the Advisory Board Company’s Research division. In her role, she manages two teams in creating white papers, webinars, conferences, and custom market assessments for four subscription-based products serving 150+ hospitals and health systems across the U.S.
In 2015, Tracy became one of the originating members of a new telehealth research team, leading the firm’s content development on direct-to-consumer virtual visits, remote patient monitoring, and asynchronous store-and-forward technologies. Her recent publications include Strategic Program Development for Specialty Telehealth, Telehealth 2017 Industry Trends, and The Telehealth Primer Series. Tracy has also presented at state and national conferences, including the Mississippi Telehealth Association 2017 Annual Conference, Cone Health 2017 ConnectedCare Summit, and Politico’s “Outside, In Series.”
Tracy graduated from Princeton University with a BA in Anthropology and a concentration in Global Health and Health Policy. She received her MPH in the Sociomedical Sciences from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. Prior to joining the Advisory Board, Tracy worked in clinical research at the New York State Psychiatric Institute and as a Health Policy Analyst at Polsinelli, a law firm in Washington, D.C.