Jacob Briscoe is a driven and accomplished research associate with a passion for health policy and management.
In his current role at HMA, Jacob conducts extensive research on governmental regulations and federal legislation. He leverages his expertise to craft policy articles, issue briefs, and health quality projects related to Medicare, Medicaid, behavioral health, and digital health. His role involves drafting summaries and memos for healthcare financing legislation, regulation, hearings, and industry meetings. Additionally, he plays a crucial role in data analysis, creating informative figures, graphs, and tables for client reports and presentations.
Jacob has also demonstrated his commitment to advancing healthcare policy through various internships. At Maverick Health Policy, he conducted research on Medicare, Medicaid, digital health, artificial intelligence (AI), and laboratory issues. He conducted future market trend reports of current digital health data analytics, identified priority issues and created business recommendations for clients. He drafted summaries and memos for key healthcare financing legislation, regulation, hearings, and industry meetings. While interning at the Coalition to Transform Advanced Care (C-TAC), Jacob focused on federal and state legislation related to advanced care planning, including the Improving Access to Advanced Care Planning (ACP) Act. He interviewed C-TAC members for positions on potential bills to highlight C-TAC’s policy activity and supported the full range of C-TAC’s federal policy activity on advanced care planning.
Jacob previously served as the lead immunization compliance coordinator at the George Washington University Student Health Center. He organized, coordinated, and approved confidential patient health information through electronic health records (EHR) and emails and aided in developing and improving patient management and workflow processes.
Jacob has a Master of Public Health with a focus on health policy and management from George Washington University and a Bachelor of Science in biochemistry from the University of Puget Sound. He is certified by the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) in social and behavioral research from George Washington University.