New York, NY
Anh Pham provides support on a variety of client projects, concentrating in the areas of behavioral health, correctional health, child and maternal health, and long-term services and supports (LTSS). An established researcher, Anh applies both quantitative and qualitative research methods to develop public health solutions.
Anh joined HMA from the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute, where she was responsible for supporting and managing programs related to the quality, safety, accountability, and cost containment of healthcare delivery. While at the Quality Institute, Anh primarily worked on the learning network for new payment models, delivery system reforms, and community-based partnerships in New Jersey, which focused on the state’s Medicaid ACO demonstration project. Additionally, she assisted in developing and implementing a joint healthcare policy course with Rutgers University for mid- to senior-level executives in the healthcare industry. Anh was also responsible for researching and providing subject matter expertise on the New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners’ review process.
As a policy assistant with the Quality Institute, Anh conducted research, analysis, and literature reviews to generate policy memos and to advise colleagues on different policy issues such as out-of-network coverage, nursing staff ratios, nurse overtime, ambulatory surgical centers, quality metrics, and the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program.
Anh previously served as a consultant with Knowlton & Associates Consultants and volunteered as a research associate with the emergency department at Hackensack University of Medical Center for several years.
Anh received a bachelor’s degree in sociology, specializing in health and environment, and a minor in public health from The College of New Jersey. She is proficient with quantitative reasoning using SPSS, Minitab, and Excel. Anh is also fluent in Vietnamese.
In her free time, Anh enjoys shopping and trying different restaurants with her friends.