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We've joined our RTI Health Solutions colleagues under the RTI Health Solutions brand to offer an expanded set of research and consulting services.

Illuminating the way toward equitable health

RTI Health Advance is a healthcare consulting firm anchored within a trusted research institute.

Linda Dimitropoulos

We’re clinicians, scientists, economists, methodologists, educators, and policy experts who share the same passion – putting the human back at the center of healthcare.

Meet Our Team

"RTI Health Advance creates a portal through which health plans, providers, and other commercial clients can access our expertise in a convenient and efficient way."

Defining, Designing, & Driving Better Health

We generate the data and real-world evidence that business and clinical leaders need to advance healthcare for everyone.


Accelerate the transition to affordable care

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Measurable improvements for better outcomes

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Improve equity with care that’s accessible for everyone

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Attract and retain patients through better engagement

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Digital Health

Develop and implement health technologies that improve care

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Alternative Payment Models

The new value-based cancer care model called Enhancing Oncology Model, EOM, encourages patient-focused care. Learn about this alternative payment model.


Care Delivery Models

Internal medicine and its subspecialties are equipped to diagnose and treat a wide array of adult patient needs. See how our team identified the unique role that internal medicine plays in the US healthcare system.

Social Determinants Of Health

Patients and providers can have different perspectives on care plans. Misalignment may lead to erosion of the patient-clinician relationship. Learn more.