Anita Cattrell

As Evolent Health’s Chief Innovation Officer, Anita is responsible for fostering and promoting innovation throughout the organization and defining how we scale proven innovations across our partners.  Anita holds a PhD in Clinical Epidemiology from Harvard University and has spent that last 15 years building risk models and evaluating the impact of clinical programs for the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Defense, the Centers for Disease Control, and USAID.  Prior to joining Evolent, Anita served as a Senior Associate at Booz Allen Hamilton building the firm’s Evaluation Practice and prior to that was the Director of Monitoring and Evaluation for Partners in Health, Rwanda. Anita received a BS in Biomedical Engineering from Northwestern University and a MS in Biomedical Engineering from Harvard University.

  • The Influence of Impactability on Patients, Providers and Population Health Results: Part 1

    The Influence of Impactability on Patients, Providers and Population Health Results: Part 1

    In this two-part series in Becker's Hospital Review, we examine impactability and the positive patient and provider outcomes that can be achieved by using a best practice model.

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  • The Influence of Impactability on Patients, Providers and Population Health Results: Part 2

    The Influence of Impactability on Patients, Providers and Population Health Results: Part 2

    In this two-part series in Becker's Hospital Review, we examine impactability and the positive patient and provider outcomes that can be achieved by using a best practice model.

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  • Why Do Population Health Results Vary? An Introduction to "Impactability"

    Why Do Population Health Results Vary? An Introduction to "Impactability"

    Providers and payers have invested millions of dollars into population health with mixed results. Why is this?

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  • Why Your Population Health Results Vary: How Systems are Cracking the Code on Finding the Right Patients51:39

    Why Your Population Health Results Vary: How Systems are Cracking the Code on Finding the Right Patients

    Population health is a central component of value-based care. However, despite significant investment, the ability to generate value varies greatly from one organization to the next. Why is this?

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