Senior Vice President, Population Health & Clinical Innovations
Kate Rollins, MSN, RN, is the Senior Vice President of Population Health Management and Clinical Innovations. In this role, she is responsible for leading GHG’s efforts to define and advance the next generation of population health management and clinical innovation.
Kate is a Clinical Nurse Specialist with expertise in oncology and infectious diseases, and a focus on caring for vulnerable populations. She brings over 20 years of experience in healthcare and health plan innovations to GHG, including clinical strategy development, program development, implementation, start up and ongoing operations, and performance management/evaluation. She has worked across many clinical settings and lines of business, including Medicare Advantage, Chronic Condition Special Needs Plans, Dual Special Needs Plans, Medicare Shared Savings Plans, Medicaid, Commercial/Employee, and Exchange.
Prior to joining GHG, Kate served as the Chief Nursing Executive at Evolent Health, where she led clinical strategy and operations for numerous clients ranging from start-up health plans to expansion. Kate’s past clinical experience includes acute inpatient, ambulatory care, home care and hospice, and specialty pharmacy.
Kate earned her MSN and BSN from The Catholic University of America and a post-master’s certificate from Duke University focusing on trajectories of chronic illness.
She and her husband live in Potomac, Maryland, with their four children.