Arielle develops and oversees strategic investments in initiatives to improve care for individuals with complex needs.

Arielle has over 15 years of health policy experience in government, advocacy, philanthropy, and the private sector. As a public servant, she was a presidential management fellow at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and served as the assistant director of the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission, an independent source of information and advice to the U.S. Congress about Medicare. Prior to joining Arnold Ventures, Arielle served as a senior principal and then director at Nuna, a Silicon Valley company focused on leveraging data to drive improvements in health care quality and affordability. She also previously worked to expand access to women’s health care at the Reproductive Health Technologies Project and supported philanthropic health programs at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Arielle graduated from the University of Chicago with a bachelor's degree in political science before earning a master’s degree in public affairs from Princeton University.

Authored by Arielle Mir

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More Research is Essential to Improve Care for Dual-Eligible Beneficiaries

The population dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid was one of the hardest hit by COVID-19. Arielle Mir of Arnold Ventures, an AcademyHealth organizational member, explains how policymakers are urgently seeking solutions to improve their care and experience, but better data infrastructure and research are needed to achieve meaningful change.
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