Ann Cheng, M.P.H., is a Research Assistant at L&M Policy Research. Ms. Cheng has experience conducting survey research, in-depth interviews, and analyzing both quantitative and qualitative data. At L&M, she currently assists with an online consumer health research survey contracted by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to better understand the attitudes and behaviors of Marketplace-eligible populations during the Open Enrollment period. Additionally, Ms. Cheng recently assisted with a consumer research project to improve Marketplace Tools, Outreach, and Education Programs and provided support to CMS to review and triage public comments to the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (PFS) CY 2024.
Prior to joining L&M, Ms. Cheng was a graduate research assistant at Yale University School of Public Health where she assisted Dr. Drew Cameron with a mixed-methods research project on Vaccine Hesitancy and Misinformation in Alaska. Ms. Cheng’s main responsibilities included conducting in-depth interviews, coding interview transcripts with NVivo, and analyzing survey results with STATA.
Ms. Cheng holds a Master of Public Health in Social and Behavioral Sciences from Yale University.