Mathematica Policy Research’s experts offer lessons learned from evaluations of foundation-funded health projects in three articles published in the most recent issue of The Foundation Review.
- Learning system development
- Health care quality
- Data visualization
- Project management
- Care Delivery Systems
- Quality Measurement
Sonya Streeter’s research focuses on health care delivery reform and issues related to Medicare and Medicaid Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs). Her expertise includes qualitative research, technical assistance and learning system development, data visualization, and project management.
Streeter has worked extensively on ACO peer-to-peer learning systems, designing curricula and planning webinars on post-acute care and management of high-risk/high-cost patients. She leads learning activities for the next generation of ACOs, funded by the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation, overseeing curriculum development for expert and peer-to-peer learning, conducting baseline and annual assessments of ACO capabilities and learning needs, facilitating events, and visiting sites to develop case studies, articles, and videos that showcase innovative ACO practices. She is also the deputy project director of the Evaluation of the State Health Reform Assistance Network and a site liaison for the second round of the Evaluation of the Health Care Innovation Awards.
Before joining Mathematica in 2013, Streeter held positions with the Kaiser Family Foundation, Avalere Health, the University of California, Berkeley, and John Snow, Inc. She holds an M.P.P. and an M.P.H. in health policy and management from the University of California, Berkeley, and served as a fellow on the Joint Economic Committee in Washington, DC.