Tori Bratcher is director of alternative payment models (APMs) for Trinity Health. She is responsible for the strategy and operations of Trinity’s National alternative payment models including being the ACO executive for the Trinity Integrated Care MSSP, one of the nation’s largest ACOs. Within the ACO, she is accountable for compliance, quality reporting, network management, and ACO governance. Ms. Bratcher works collaboratively with system and local physician and business unit leaders to drive population health and clinical integration success with the providers and practices across the system. Prior to her role at Trinity, she was the executive director of population health operations at Indiana University Health where she managed a portfolio of risk contracts and the teams that drove population health success. Ms. Bratcher graduated with a master’s in health administration from University of Illinois Chicago and bachelor’s in biology & pre-med from Indiana Wesleyan University.

Katherine Schneider
Dr. Katherine Schneider, CEO Two Canoes, is nationally known for her work in the field of accountable care and population health. She served as President and CEO of the Delaware Valley Accountable Care Organization, leading one of the nation’s largest multipayer ACOs. During her tenure she also served as Chairman of the Board of NAACOs.

Dr. Schneider is a former member of the National Advisory Council to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ). She is a graduate of Smith College and Columbia University. She is a board-certified Family Physician with an additional degree in Epidemiology and is also in the first cohort of US physicians to achieve subspecialty certification in Clinical Informatics in 2013.

Eric Cragun
Eric Cragun is the Executive Director of Government Programs for Castell, an Intermountain Health company. In his role, Eric leads Castell’s efforts to succeed in risk-based contracts with government payers. This includes guiding Castell’s strategy in Medicare and Medicaid programs, managing participation, and collaborating with operations teams to drive performance. Eric and his team have experience participating in a range of models including ACO REACH, the Medicare Shared Savings Program, Bundled Payments for Care Improvement – Advanced, and Idaho Medicaid Value Care Organization. In addition, Eric helps Castell support Medicare Advantage and Medicaid products operated by SelectHealth. Eric also contributes to Castell’s work advancing national and state health policy discussions. 

Prior to joining Intermountain, Eric led health policy consulting for Advisory Board, serving as an advisor to executives at health systems around the country. Eric earned an MBA from Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management.