Sarah is a third-year MBA/MPH candidate passionate about the relationship between healthcare financing and impact. She is passionate about making the U.S. healthcare system more patient-centric through improvements in technology, patient education, and payment model design.
Prior to graduate school, she worked in Washington, D.C. at L&M Policy Research, a healthcare policy research and consulting firm. While at L&M, she evaluated major healthcare demonstrations, like the Accountable Care Organization demonstration, and worked to improve the language and usability of Healthcare.gov and Medicare.gov through cognitive interviews with Medicare beneficiaries, Healthcare.gov users, and key stakeholders.
Sarah holds a B.A. in Urban Studies and Medical Anthropology from the University of Pennsylvania.