Mahad Mohamed is a research assistant at L&M with experience in qualitative and quantitative research. At L&M, he provides support for multiple federal evaluations, regulatory comment review and consumer research projects. He supports qualitative research activities for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) including for the evaluation of the Home Health Value-Based Purchasing Model, Public Comment Review for the Physician Fee Schedule and to improve Marketplace tools, outreach, and education programs.
Prior to joining L&M, Mr. Mohamed was a research intern at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital (MGUH) Department of Pharmacy Informatics where he helped to optimize drug delivery by analyzing key performance indicator data and conducting research on best practices. He also worked as an intern for DC Health Matters Collaborative where he conducted a literature review and contributed to the triannual community health needs assessment.
Mr. Mohamed holds a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management & Policy with a concentration in Health Administration from Georgetown University.