Suzanne F. Delbanco Ph.D.
Suzanne F. Delbanco is the executive director of Catalyst for Payment Reform. Catalyst for Payment Reform is an independent, non-profit corporation working on behalf of large health care purchasers to catalyze improvements to how we pay for health services and to promote better and higher value care in the U.S. In addition to her duties at CPR, Suzanne serves on the board of the Health Care Incentives Improvement Institute and participates in the Healthcare Executives Leadership Network. Previously, Suzanne was the founding CEO of The Leapfrog Group. Suzanne holds a Ph.D. in Public Policy from the Goldman School of Public Policy and a M.P.H. from the School of Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley.
Andréa E. Caballero
Andréa E. Caballero is the Program Director for Catalyst for Payment Reform. Andréa comes to CPR with over 15 years of experience in the health care industry. Prior to joining CPR, Andréa served as Vice-President, Enterprise and Health Services Policy for UnitedHealth Group, one of the nation’s largest health and well-being companies. In that capacity, she worked on a range of health care policy issues at the state and federal levels. From 2002-2005, Andréa was a member of PacifiCare’s Public Affairs team as the Director of State Government Relations for the Western Region. Before joining PacifiCare, Andréa was with Humana serving as a Regional Legislative Manager. A Wisconsin native, Andréa began her career in Madison, Wisconsin working for the State Senate and as a Legislative Liaison representing various issues before the state legislature, regulators and administration. Andréa holds Bachelor of Arts degrees from Ripon College in Ripon, Wisconsin.
Project and Research Assistant
Roslyn Murray is the Project and Research Assistant for Catalyst for Payment Reform. In this role, Roslyn provides background support and conducts research for CPR on policy and health care payment reform issues. She has also held research assistant positions at Stanford School of Medicine, the National Institutes of Health’s National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, and San Francisco General Hospital. While at Stanford School of Medicine, Roslyn helped the school’s Prevention Research Center launch H4A, a fellows program that addresses critical community health needs and provides skills to prepare the next generation of prevention experts. A graduate of Stanford University, Roslyn holds a bachelor’s degree in Human Biology, Health and Health Policy.