Caitlin E. Koury

Caitlin E. Koury
Associate Director, Health Policy & Reimbursement
 

Caitlin Koury, Associate Director of Health Policy & Reimbursement Strategy, focuses on helping clients implement their federal health policy strategies. She conducts daily monitoring of federal rulemakings and guidance and provides regulatory impact analyses for clients. In addition to general regulatory support and strategic assessments, Caitlin assists with a variety of coding and reimbursement matters.

Prior to joining Kimbell and Associates, Caitlin was a strategic consultant for PwC within their Health Industries Advisory’s Pharmaceutical and Commercial Strategy practice. At PwC, Caitlin completed several high profile projects and business development opportunities for the firm. While working for a premier cancer center, Caitlin developed complex clinical workflows and conducted the regulatory and legislative analysis for emerging health technologies. She also assisted in the strategic communications and planning for release of a clinical decision support tool. Additionally, Caitlin performed current and future state assessments for the implementation a chronic care management framework in the Rio Grande Valley. During this project, she analyzed over 300 regulatory controls for implementing the framework from a provider, technology, and payer perspective. Caitlin also conducted a public sector risk assessment for Hurricane Sandy programs, where she participated in extensive interviews and assessed funding for programs administered by the state’s Department of Health.

Caitlin is currently enrolled as an evening student at Georgetown Law. She graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University, where she studied Healthcare Management and Policy, while minoring in History and International Health. She also studied Accountable Care Organizations in depth, culminating in a conference with leading ACO experts and a published white paper on emerging ACO trends. Caitlin also spent a semester in Ghana, where she worked at the International Health Care Center, focusing on HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment in mothers and their children.