Stephanie provides cohesion across projects in the Center for Health Systems Effectiveness and supports overall operations of the center through strategic planning, management and outreach. She is a statistician by training with particular expertise in policy evaluation, health care quality measurement, and research that uses linked multi-sector administrative data. Her recent work has examined the intersection of behavioral health and criminal justice involvement, the association of restricted Medicaid coverage during pregnancy with severe maternal morbidity, and state variation in Medicaid behavioral health reimbursement.
Education and training
- M.S., 2010, Portland State University
- B.S., 2005, Santa Clara University
- B.A., 2005, Santa Clara University