Miriam Sznycer-Taub is a Senior Consultant with Advisory Board’s Health Care Industry Committee. In this capacity, she leads research around health care industry trends and their impact on provider economics and strategy. Her areas of expertise include health care delivery model changes, innovative supplier-provider partnership models, and provider purchasing decision making. Miriam recently led research uncovering key strategies for suppliers and service providers to support IDN cost control and revenue growth initiatives. She is frequently asked to speak to how provider priorities and strategies affect decision-making and purchasing. Prior to joining Advisory Board, Miriam held positions at the National Children’s Oral Health Foundation and the National Association of County and City Health Officials. She received an MPH from the Boston University School of Public Health and a BA in history from Tufts University.