Ms. Levis consults with primary care centers, physician groups, hospitals, pharmaceuticals, payers and governments on health systems, quality, policy, and financing. She specializes in health systems research, strategy development, policy analysis, Patient Centered Medical Home transformation, quality improvement, and structuring funding for health projects in New York, Washington DC, and Puerto Rico. She has worked with Atrius Health (to document its practice transformation process; a Blue Cross Blue Shield affiliate to design its clinical, financial, and operational quality and performance improvement data systems; and multiple FQHCs to transform their practices to improve quality, compliance, and net income. As an expert in health reform, she has designed and implemented community health needs assessment and strategic planning methodologies integrating quality, value-based payment, and compliance to strengthen health center capacity and local delivery system leadership.
Ms. Levis has a Master’s in Public Administration with a concentration in Health Policy and Negotiations from the Harvard Kennedy School and a Master’s in Public Health from the Harvard School of Public Health and in an NCQA Patient Centered Medical Home Content Expert. Ms. Levis is a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Fellow, a Harvard Center for Public Leadership Fellow, a Patient Centered Oriented Research Institute Principal Investigator and was recently selected to the National Leadership Academy for the Public’s Health.