Kate de Lisle is an associate principal and alternative payment model (APM) subject matter expert in the Strategy and Transformation Practice and leads the firm’s research team dedicated to understanding trends and developments in the movement to value-based payment. For nearly a decade, Kate has overseen Leavitt Partners’ tracking of public and private APM activity, monitoring participation trends, studying the policies and market forces governing these models, as well as the subsequent delivery transformation efforts associated with high-value care. She maintains research relationships with provider leaders across the nation, having conducted hundreds of interviews with payer and provider executives and frontline clinicians regarding their strategies and challenges in the transition to VBP.
Kate uses her APM expertise to support clients of all types on projects related to payment and delivery transformation, as well as research publications, speaking engagements, and trainings. She frequently supports multi-stakeholder industry collaboratives focused on value transformation, including the Health Care Transformation Task Force and the Accountable Care Learning Collaborative, where she facilitates group discussions with provider and payer leaders about the competencies needed for success in assuming responsibility for the total cost of care.