Tatiane Santos is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics and the Wharton School and adjunct faculty at the Colorado School of Public Health. Dr. Santos’s research has focused on evaluating the impact of provisions from the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on population health outcomes, health care utilization, and costs. She is primarily interested in public health services and systems research related to delivery and reimbursement innovations that encourage institutions in the health care and governmental public health sectors to align efforts to improve population health. She has evaluated Colorado’s Medicaid reform efforts, as well as Colorado’s state innovation model that seeks to integrate primary care and behavioral health. More recently, she was enlisted as a core member of the Colorado School of Public Health COVID-19 Modeling Team led by Dean Jonathan Samet, focusing her efforts on hospital and local public health capacity to respond to the pandemic. Santos received her PhD in Health Services Research from the Colorado School of Public Health, and her MPH from the Boston University School of Public Health.