Anne K. Gauthier is a senior staff member in the Center for Transforming Health at MITRE. She joined the company in 2015 to serve as project leader for the Health Care Payment Learning & Action Network under the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Alliance to Modernize Healthcare federally funded research and development center operated by MITRE.

Gauthier brings over 35 years of wide-ranging experience in health policy, payment, and delivery reform; quality measurement; and complex project management, research, and technical assistance. Prior to MITRE, Gauthier managed a portfolio of health reform and health system performance projects as a senior program director at the National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP), including the State Health Exchange Leadership Network, a learning system for CMS’s State Innovation Models (SIM) initiative, and several projects focusing on multi-payer payment reform with a number of states.

Gauthier has also served as assistant vice president of The Commonwealth Fund and deputy director of the Fund’s Commission on a High-Performance Health System, vice president of AcademyHealth, where she served as program director for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Changes in Health Care Financing and Organization initiative, a $67.5 million grant program. Before joining AcademyHealth in 1989, she was a senior researcher for the National Leadership Commission on Health Care. Gauthier holds a bachelor of arts in molecular biology from Princeton University and a master of science in Health Administration from the University of Massachusetts School of Public Health.

Authored by Anne K. Gauthier, M.S.

Blog Post

Harmonizing Data & Facilitating Its Use Across Entities to Advance the Learning Health Care System

Kim Warren, Carlos Ramos Gomez-Rejón, and Anne Gauthier of MITRE, an AcademyHealth organizational affiliate, reflect on the 2018 Annual Research Meeting (ARM) sharing three critical factors at play in the ability to leverage data to advance learning health systems.