I'm interested in the Affordable Care Act, the health insurance market, payment and delivery system reform, Medicaid, the politics of health policy, and more. Currently, I work on two Robert Wood Johnson Foundation-supported health reform programs, helping states implement the coverage provisions of the ACA and increase quality and value in their health care systems. See our website for issue briefs and other resources.
In 2014, I received my Master in Public Affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School, where I specialized in health and health policy.
I have published health policy analysis at Health Affairs Blog, The Incidental Economist, and Project Millennial. My work has been cited online at numerous sources including The Atlantic, The New York Times, and Bloomberg View. Follow me on Twitter for commentary on health policy and other social sciences.