Tracy Acheampong

Tracy Acheampong supports clients with evidence-based research and analysis that spans healthcare sectors and stakeholders.

Tracy has a held a variety of research and internship positions, most recently at the New York Community Trust where she conducted grant analysis for education, workforce development, and social service programs. At the National Center for Children in Poverty, she performed qualitative data analysis for a study on the use of family and medical leave by members of the disability community. Additionally, as a research assistant at Georgetown University, she conducted research on the effect of nativity status and race/ethnicity on cardiovascular risk factors and on racial/ethnic differences in dental insurance and utilization.

Tracy has an MPH and certificate in health policy analysis from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and a BS in human science from Georgetown University.

Authored Content

Tune into another episode of Avalere’s Journal Club Review podcast series on Avalere Health Essential Voice. In this segment, our experts discuss the findings, themes, and implications of a recent study that analyzed CMS Strong Start results to determine outcomes for mothers and newborns engaged in care with American Association of Birth Centers (AABC) sites.