Laura provides legislative and regulatory affairs services to health care clients, offering strategic guidance, targeted communications and data-driven policy development. She also produces easily digestible thought leadership pieces and speaks in public forums to educate industry and other stakeholders about issues at the forefront of the health care policy debate.
Prior to joining Ernst & Young LLP (EY), Laura was a Senior Health Care Analyst at the Advisory Board Company, where she led research on issues such as value-based payment and clinical variation. Laura has also worked as a fellow in the University of Chicago Medicine’s Office of Strategy Planning, and in domestic and global health policy at RESULTS Educational Fund and the Society for Neuroscience.
Laura received a BA in History from the University of Pennsylvania and earned her Master’s in Public Policy from the University of Chicago’s Harris School of Public Policy.
How Laura is building a better working world
“With an aging population and ballooning health care spending, forward-thinking ideas and smart investments in high-value services are critical to long-term sustainability of the health care system. We are helping clients communicate their innovative, evidence-based and common sense policy solutions to improve health, increase access and bend the health care cost curve.”