Naila Wahid advises clients on commercial and policy issues related to quality measures and performance.
She applies her project management experience and background in policy, hospital administration, and patient protections to provide evidence-based solutions.
Naila was a consultant at the Lewin Group. She conducted policy analysis, data synthesis, environmental scans, and stakeholder interviews to develop recommendations for federal clients. As a CMS contractor, she maintained 10 outpatient quality measures related to acute myocardial infarction and stroke care, and provided operational support and industry training for Medicare Advantage network adequacy standards. She previously supported hospital administrators and physician practices through business intelligence and quality improvement projects, and she served as an analyst at the Dispensary of Hope and at Vanderbilt’s Center for Patient and Professional Advocacy.
Naila has an MS in health systems administration from Georgetown University and a BA in both economics and finance from Vanderbilt University. She is a certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.