Bailit Health staff is comprised of a close-working team of senior consultants. Multiple team members are involved on most projects. The team is complemented, on an as-needed basis, by a cadre of specialty subject matter experts with whom we have worked for years.
Amy Lischko offers experience in policy analysis, program evaluation, quality measurement, cost savings strategies, consumer engagement, and payment and delivery system reform. Her work at Bailit Health has included working with a provider organization in New Hampshire on an implementation plan for the state's Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) program and supporting the Office of the Health Commissioner (OHIC) in Rhode Island on program planning related to the state's health insurance affordability standards.
Prior to joining Bailit Health, Amy worked with numerous states on various health care reform planning and implementation activities, assistance with All–Payer Claims Database (APCD) development, and consumer education and engagement strategies. She also worked on evaluations for the federal government including the SHOP marketplaces for CCIIO and a fraud prevention program for ACL. She also is an Associate Professor at Tufts University School of Medicine, teaching classes in health policy. Amy has been awarded grants to conduct applied research from the Medical Foundation, the Commonwealth Fund, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Previously, Amy worked for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for over 15 years in senior management roles. As former Commissioner of Health Care Finance and Policy, Amy was a key member of Governor Mitt Romney's team that designed the state's health care reform law aimed at achieving universal health insurance coverage in Massachusetts. She also spearheaded efforts in the state to increase transparency of provider cost and quality information.
Amy earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Master of Science degree in Public Health from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, MA and a Doctor of Science in Health Services Research from Boston University.
Mary Beth Dyer