Under a contract with CMS’s Innovation Center, Mathematica operates multiple learning systems for Medicare ACOs that promote the rapid distribution of innovative ideas and strategies for improving health care delivery and quality.
- Technical assistance
- Project management
- Program implementation
- Collaborative learning systems
- Population Health
- Delivery System Reforms
Katya Seligman’s work focuses on performance improvement, project operations, technical assistance, and population health. She has extensive experience providing technical assistance through collaborative learning systems to improve health care delivery.
Seligman manages technical assistance projects for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). As the deputy project director for the CMS Innovation Center’s Learning System for Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), Seligman oversees the operations of a peer-to-peer learning collaborative for three Medicare ACO models. This includes working with a multidisciplinary team to deliver high quality virtual learning events, in-person meetings, needs assessments, written products, and individualized technical assistance to these organizations. In addition, Seligman has managed a number of projects focused on population health, health equity, and care delivery systems.
Before joining Mathematica in 2017, Seligman was a senior program manager at the Health Research & Educational Trust, an affiliate of the American Hospital Association (AHA). In this role, she managed operations for AHA's strategic platform to accelerate performance improvement in hospitals and health systems, and created and disseminated educational resources for hospital leaders and physicians. Seligman has a master’s of public health with a concentration in community health from the University of Illinois at Chicago and is a certified Project Management Professional.