Prior to Avalere, Katherine served as Director of the Institute for Innovation in Health at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Health. During this time, she developed a novel approach to using human-centered design for value-based care clinical pathways. Some of the successful redesigns included: surgical home, brain tumor IPU, and benign prostatic hyperplasia. Steinberg also managed and advised on portfolio-critical issues pertaining to a remote patient monitoring strategy, virtual access approach, and the Value-Based Care Summit.
“Katherine’s ability to drive innovation from within a health system is unparalleled, and will be a highly sought after skill as our healthcare system continues the shift towards value,” said Nancy McGee, executive vice president. “She has proven experience in developing, implementing, and evaluating cutting-edge delivery models to help providers meet their strategic goals,” McGee continued.
Prior to UCLA Health, Steinberg has held various positions within the Veterans Health Administration and began her career at the Advisory Board Company. Steinberg has also participated in notable conferences, such as The Association of American Medical Colleges, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society – SoCal, and U.S. News’ Hospitals of Tomorrow.
Steinberg graduated from New York University’s Stern School of Business with a Master's in Business Administration. She also holds a Master's in Public Policy from UCLA School of Public Affairs. Steinberg’s undergraduate degree is from the University of Pennsylvania.