Rebecca recently led a qualitative study to support the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight (CCIIO) in understanding how health insurance agents and brokers work with consumers purchasing coverage through the Federally Facilitated Marketplace.
For Covered California, she led a formative qualitative research study including focus groups and in-depth interviews to support preparation for the implementation of auto-enrollment of Medi-Cal transitioners into Covered California plans as mandated by SB-260, and co-led a qualitative study to inform Covered California’s plans for and communications to key consumer segments who would be impacted by additional federally-subsidies under the American Rescue Plan.
For the California Health Care Foundation she is currently directing their annual statewide policy poll to understand California residents’ views on a variety of health care topics including perceptions of Covered California, and led a mixed-methods study including focus groups, in-depth interviews, and a survey to understand access to care and health care experiences of low-income Californians during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prior to coming to NORC, worked for the American Medical Association’s Ethics Group supporting their Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs.
Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
University of Pennsylvania
opens in new tab"In Their Own Words: How Fragmented Care Harms People with Both Mental Illness and Substance Use Disorder."
Report | March 9, 2022
opens in new tab"Listening to Californians with Low Incomes: Health Care Access, Experiences, and Concerns Since the COVID-19 Pandemic."
Report | July 8, 2021
opens in new tab"Evaluation of the State Health Information Exchange Cooperative Agreement Program: Physician Experiences and Perceptions of Health Information Exchange."
Report | December 12, 2013