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Natalie Privett

Design Institute for Health
Systems Designer
Natalie Privett is a Systems Designer at the Design Institute for Health, a radical collaboration between Dell Medical School and the College of Fine Arts at The University of Texas at Austin. Natalie explores all aspects of complex health ecosystems and illustrates conflicting priorities and incentives, messy value exchanges, and challenging behaviors for the people that exist within them. She leverages design as a means of fostering transparency and identifying opportunities to shift how systems work in the future.
Prior to joining the Design Institute, Natalie was Lead System Design Engineer and Assistant Professor of Health Systems Design & Global Health at the Mount Sinai Health System and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. As part of the Health System Design Team, she sought to operationalize value-based care and transform fee-for-service primary care assets, specifically designing next generation care models, care products and learning networks. Her research focused on the design of scalable models for collaboration across hospital systems and community organizations. Prior to Mount Sinai, Natalie worked as an Assistant Professor at New York University’s Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and as the Global Health Research Fellow at the MIT-Zaragoza Logistics Center.
Natalie received her MS and PhD from Stanford University’s department of Management Science & Engineering. She received her BS in Industrial Engineering from Texas A&M University.
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