Jessica Greene, M.P.H.

Research Analyst
(703) 468-9247

Jessica Greene, M.P.H., is a Research Analyst at Dobson | DaVanzo. She has a deep knowledge of the legislative and regulatory processes and has helped draft comments in response to proposed federal regulations on such topics as bundled payments, physician payments, and inpatient hospital payments. She specializes in qualitative research including literature reviews. In this capacity, she has researched clinical trials with an eye toward ensuring that they are conducted ethically. In addition to her work with federal regulations, Ms. Greene has also worked closely with state legislators and analyzed state health policies, specifically in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

During her graduate studies, Ms. Greene worked closely with a large safety-net hospital assessing the efficiency within patient care. This observation resulted in a report containing recommendations to achieve three goals held by the hospital regarding annual patient volume, patient arrival rates and patient satisfaction.

Ms. Greene’s other professional experience includes working with other major health care organizations including: the American Hospital Association and the National Kidney Foundation. Her work with the American Hospital Association consisted of collaborating to merge health policy and communications by working closely with hospital executives to carry out legislative agendas. While at the National Kidney Foundation, Ms. Greene focused her efforts on advancing national fundraising levels through marketing strategy to raise money for chronic kidney disease patients and their families. Ms. Greene has spent time working to enhance social justice and eliminate health disparities with the Maryland Center for Health Equity out of the University of Maryland, and regularly volunteers her time with the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Action Network.

Ms. Greene holds a Master’s degree in Health Policy and Law from Boston University and completed her undergraduate studies in health sciences and biology at the University of Missouri.

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