- Medicare and Medicaid policy
- Integrated care for dually eligible individuals
- Managed care market enrollment trends
- Technical assistance
- Medicaid and CHIP
- State Health Policy
- Long-Term Services and Supports
Danielle Chelminsky plays key roles in an array of technical assistance and research projects focused on the design of and enrollment trends in Medicare and Medicaid integration programs, particularly for dually eligible individuals. Her expertise includes Medicare and Medicaid managed care and integrated care models for dually eligible individuals.
Most of Chelminsky’s work at Mathematica centers on providing technical assistance to enhance programs for dually eligible individuals, mainly through integrated care. She is the deputy director of a technical assistance project, in which she analyzes enrollment in and market trends for integrated managed care programs. She presents in webinars and trainings, develops data-driven state profiles, collects data on aligned enrollment, and drafts tip sheets and briefs on various topics for state Medicaid agencies. She is also a task lead on other technical assistance and qualitative research work, focusing on understanding market forces and increasing enrollment in integrated care programs through various state contracting methods and policies.
Chelminsky holds an M.P.H. from the George Washington University, where she focused on health policy, public health, and nutrition policy.