Marguerite Tuthill’s initial experience with the Rocky Mountain ACO began in May 2015, when she joined the organization as an Administrative Fellow – an opportunity for recent graduates to have concurrent exposure to network operations and corporate administration in an integrated, comprehensive care delivery system.
Following the conclusion of her Fellowship, Marguerite was hired as the RMACO’s Planning Analyst and now fills the role as Network Development Manager. As the organization moves forward with its work to transform healthcare delivery using a care coordination model, her skills in project management, tactical planning, research, and data analytics and their application to population health management are invaluable.
Marguerite holds a BA in Ethnic Studies (emphasis on 20th Century immigration legislation and qualitative research methods) and earned her Master of Public Health in Public Health Administration and Policy in May 2015. Her Master’s thesis work focused on the use of publicly available data to inform the decision to create a clinically integrated network in a rural community.