Katrina joined HMA in June 2023.
Katrina has extensive experience in the health and aged care sectors spanning government, health service delivery and reform, clinical research, and management consulting. Katrina is adept at undertaking a multi-dimensional approach to understanding the current context, issues, and influencing factors. Her skills include stakeholder consultation, engagement with subject matter experts, and review of qualitative and quantitative evidence. She actively works with clients in a co-design approach to enable high-performing and sustainable programs and develop organisational maturity and awareness. Katrina has experience working with a range of clients and project stakeholders including state and commonwealth governments, government agencies, non-government organisations, peak bodies, advocacy groups, and health and aged care providers.
Katrina has significant experience conducting complex stakeholder consultations, program review and options development in a range of policy and program reform projects in areas including digital health, health workforce model development, program and service planning, and patient-centred health program review and improvement.
Katrina has been integral to the execution of several national and jurisdictional projects in the last few years spanning a review of the Australian health data landscape (underpinning work towards the National Health Reform Agreement), scoping study for the establishment of perioperative morbidity and mortality committees in regional Victoria, optimisation of the conformance and assurance function within the Australian Digital Health Agency, and development of the assessment, classification and funding model for the Commonwealth aged care support at home program.