Mathematica evaluated the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's (RWJF) funded partners' health insurance outreach and enrollment work in the 2022 Marketplace open enrollment period to explore effective strategies to engage community power-building organizations and address structural racism.
- Qualitative methods
- Quality improvement
- Health equity
- Maternal, sexual, and reproductive health
- Medicaid and CHIP
- Population Health
Jessica Rosenblum specializes in research, evaluation, and program implementation for federal, state, and nonprofit clients. She focuses on qualitative research, quality improvement, and program support for projects that address sexual and reproductive health, maternal health, Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), health insurance outreach and enrollment, and more.
Since joining Mathematica in 2020, Rosenblum has worked on quality measurement and improvement efforts for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, specifically helping state Medicaid agencies with reporting and improvement for the Core Sets of Adult and Child Health Care Quality Measures. She provides quality improvement technical assistance to state Medicaid agencies working in the Improving Postpartum Care Affinity Group to advance the rate, quality, and equity of postpartum care for Medicaid beneficiaries. She recently completed an evaluation for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation of its funded partners’ efforts to improve outreach and enrollment in health insurance and address structural racism in the 2022 Open Enrollment Period. Currently, she is working on an evaluation of the Colorado Health Insurance Affordability Enterprise, and a study for the Massachusetts Health Policy Commission, addressing the health care workforce crisis. Rosenblum’s qualitative research skills include designing research questions and interview protocols, managing participant recruitment, conducting interviews, coding and analyzing qualitative data, and delivering key findings to clients and public audiences. Rosenblum has also served as a project manager, meeting rapid timelines and employing resources effectively and efficiently.
Rosenblum graduated from Washington University in St. Louis, where she earned a B.A. in anthropology: global health and environment. She views health as a human right and is passionate about identifying innovative and equitable health care solutions.