Amy is a Research Coordinator at the Social Media and Health Innovation Lab. Prior to this role, Amy worked in healthcare consulting in Washington, D.C., with experience in providing technical assistance and data analysis to healthcare programs funded by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation. Her projects focused on testing new healthcare delivery and payment models as well as testing a cross-disability experience of care survey in Medicaid community-based long term services and supports.
Her main interests include the intersection of design, technology, and healthcare, and how behavioral economics can be used to promote healthy behaviors.
Amy received her master’s degree in public health in Epidemiology and Applied Biostatistics from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, and completed her undergraduate degree at Vanderbilt University in Medicine, Health, and Society.