Joanna Young provides clients with data-driven policy analysis using her quantitative skills, modeling expertise, and knowledge of Medicare and other public health insurance programs.
Joanna creates analytical models that support analysis of the policy impact on different business lines and the overall healthcare market. Her work includes assessments of impact on covered lives and federal budgetary costs and savings associated with proposed legislative changes. She also focuses on data and policy analysis for pharmaceutical products, including the 340B Drug Pricing Program as well as market access, reimbursement, and commercialization issues.
Prior to joining Avalere, Joanna worked at Integrity Management Services, where she designed and conducted analytics in support of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' program integrity efforts to combat fraud and assure compliance in the Medicare and Medicaid programs.
Joanna has an MPP with a concentration in healthcare policy and statistics from The College of William and an MA and BA in sociology from the University of Warsaw's Institute of Applied Social Sciences in Poland.