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As the Director of Health Policy Planning, Anne is responsible for managing certificate of need and other regulatory issues related to the State Health Plan for the Johns Hopkins Health System. In addition, Anne leads a Johns Hopkins Health System-wide community benefit reporting, planning and evaluation process.
In 2009, after facilitating an extensive planning process, Anne helped establish The Access Partnership (“TAP”), a program designed to improve access to effective, compassionate, evidence-based health care for uninsured and underinsured patients residing in East Baltimore with demonstrated financial need. Anne helped develop the TAP model, conducted the background analysis showing that TAP was feasible, and advocated for its implementation to hospital and clinical department leadership. Anne continues to provide oversight and strategic direction for TAP, particularly in policy areas.
Prior to joining the staff of Johns Hopkins Medicine, Anne worked as a data analyst for the Maryland Medicaid program, working primarily on managed care issues. All of Anne’s work is informed by the three years she spent working with children with disabilities and severe behavior problems and their families at the Kennedy Krieger Institute. Anne received her Master’s degree in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University, and her law degree, with a certificate of concentration in Health Law, from the University of Maryland.