Liz is a senior consultant on the Global Forum for Health Care Innovators, which is Advisory Board International’s Chief Executive strategy programme. She has led research on how to work more collectively and collaboratively as a health system in order to reduce waste and improve efficiency, as well as research on how to partner with primary care so that patients receive the right care at the right place and time.
Prior to joining the Advisory Board, Liz was a special projects manager with the Whatcom Alliance for Healthcare Advancement, a non-profit working to advance the Triple Aim in its community. While there she researched and developed a High-Risk Case Management programme and facilitated numerous initiatives that brought together stakeholders from across the care continuum. Liz has lived in Romania and Nigeria; part of her work in both countries involved research projects in the area of maternal and child health. She has also worked as a strategy consultant, primarily for pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies.
Liz holds a Master of Public Health from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Pennsylvania.
Areas of expertise
Access to Care,