Jordana Rutigliano currently serves as Director, Value Based Payment Project at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. In this role, Jordana is responsible for a program to support Community Based Organizations in their move to Value Based Payment (VBP) in line with the goals of DSRIP and the larger Medicaid reform landscape in New York. Prior to her current role, Jordana spent almost 10 years developing and managing behavioral health services within a federally qualified health center network, developing an expertise in behavioral health compliance, financial sustainability, and operational efficiency while focusing on meeting the needs of highly underserved populations – a career-long passion of hers. Jordana has also worked in provider quality and strategy at a behavioral health managed care organization, assisting providers with developing services to best meet established quality measures and helping design payment reform initiatives. Jordana received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Columbia University.