Lisa H. Green, Ph.D., is a founding principal of L&M and brings over two decades of experience as a health services researcher focused on health care access, quality and costs for populations covered under federal health care programs. Dr. Green has a particular interest in how these programs impact overlooked communities and the role of health care reform in reducing long-standing health and health care disparities.
Dr. Green has extensive expertise in mixed-methods, formative and evaluative research and has conducted thousands of key informant interviews and case studies with consumer groups, providers, government agencies, and consumers across a range of health care topics. Recent work includes directing several large-scale evaluations examining how alternative payment methodologies and care delivery approaches impact health care utilization, spending, quality and patient experience. Other notable project work includes assessing and building evidence to support the business case for health care sector stakeholders to integrate health equity into their business operations. Prior to her graduate studies in health services outcomes and quality, Dr. Green worked on a variety of projects assessing the impact of Medicare, Medicaid, and Children’s Health Insurance Program policies on the health care access and health outcomes of underserved populations.
Dr. Green holds a Ph.D. in health services and outcomes research from the John Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health and a B.A. in economics and French with a concentration in international relations from Cornell University.