Jennifer Dickey

Jennifer Dickey

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Jennifer Dickey’s work at Mathematica focuses on providing support to organizations implementing delivery system reforms and working across sectors to address social determinants of health.

She currently directs the Accountable Health Communities implementation project and supports technical assistance and monitoring tasks. She also supports the collection and validation of managed care program data and the development of tools to support managed care operations and oversight. Previously, she provided technical assistance on topics related to data, evaluation, and sustainability planning for coalitions implementing interventions to address social determinants of health to reduce chronic diseases. She also supported various activities under the Medicaid and CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Plan) Learning Collaboratives, including monitoring and analysis of Medicaid and CHIP enrollment trends and interviewing state Medicaid officials to learn more about their Medicaid eligibility and enrollment system testing processes.

Before joining Mathematica in 2018, Dickey was a Master’s Research Fellow at Washington University in St. Louis, held various internships in evaluation and quality improvement, and served as a caseworker at a refugee resettlement agency through the AmeriCorps program. Dickey holds an M.P.H. degree and an M.S.W. degree with a concentration in social and economic development from the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis.

  • Social determinants of health
  • Public health
  • Service integration and care coordination
  • Program and policy research
Focus Area Topics
  • Health
  • Medicaid and CHIP
  • Population Health
  • Delivery System Reforms

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