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New York University, Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, M.P.A., Health Policy and Management, Policy Analysis, 2012
Carnegie Mellon University, B.A., Psychology and Hispanic Studies, 2006
Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Psi Chi and Phi Sigma Iota Honor Societies
Elizabeth Osius is a manager with Manatt Health Solutions (MHS), an interdisciplinary policy and business advisory division of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP. Ms. Osius provides policy research and analysis, project implementation support and other business services to a wide array of healthcare clients, including providers, insurers, foundations, health information technology vendors and regional health information organizations. She closely monitors regulatory developments impacting public health insurance programs (including Medicare, Medicaid and CHIP), health information technology and exchange, healthcare safety nets and healthcare provider markets, and provides analysis to help clients prepare for these changes.
Prior to joining MHS, Ms. Osius was a program analyst with the Office of Evaluation and Inspections of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services’ (HHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG), where she conducted evaluations on the effectiveness and efficiency of HHS programs, including Medicare and Medicaid, analyzed and interpreted quantitative and qualitative data, and offered recommendations to policymakers through written reports. Before OIG, Ms. Osius was a policy analyst with the National Academy for State Health Policy, where she conducted research for and authored reports, briefings and grant proposals on a range of health policy topics. She specialized in issues relating to children and adolescents’ healthcare, including coverage, quality, financing and delivery, as well as access to primary care and the safety net.
Coauthor, “Charting CHIP IV: A Report on State Children’s Health Insurance Programs Prior to Major Federal Policy Changes in 2009 and 2010,” National Academy for State Health Policy, January 2011
Coauthor, “A Tale of Two Systems: A Look at State Efforts to Integrate Primary Care and Behavioral Health in Safety Net Settings,” National Academy for State Health Policy, May 2010.
Coauthor, “Collaborating with Health Centers to Leverage HIT for System Improvement,” National Academy for State Health Policy, April 2010.
Coauthor, “The National Research Council/Institute of Medicine’s Adolescent Health Services: Highlights and Considerations for State Health Policymakers,” National Academy for State Health Policy, September 2009.
Coauthor, “Federally Qualified Health Centers and State Health Policy: A Primer for California,” California HealthCare Foundation, July 2009.
Coauthor, “Policies and Strategies to Make Medicaid Managed Care Work for FQHCs: Experiences from Two States,” National Academy for State Health Policy, March 2009.
Coauthor, “SCHIP and Adolescents: An Overview of Opportunities for States,” National Academy for State Health Policy, May 2008.
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