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Grace Flaherty, MS, MPH, is a consultant at Bailit Health, where she helps states establish cost growth targets and develop and maintain multi-payer aligned quality measure sets, among other policy initiatives. Prior to joining Bailit Health, Ms. Flaherty worked as a research scholar for the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy’s Public Impact Initiative. She also has prior experience as a Fellow at the Massachusetts Health Policy Commission in the Office of the Chief of Staff where she researched and wrote a white paper comparing state efforts to establish health care cost growth benchmarks and oversight authorities. Ms. Flaherty earned a Master of Public Health with a concentration in Health Services, Management, and Policy from the Tufts School of Medicine Public Health and Professional Degree Program, a Master of Science in Food and Nutrition Policy and Programs from the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, and a Bachelor of Arts with majors in Political Science and English from Williams College.
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