Nathan Coffey

Nathan Coffey is a Project Manager at Discern Health.  Nathan analyzes policy, conducts qualitative and quantitative analyses of health care quality data, and assists quality strategy development. He also oversees Discern’s quality measurement database.

Nathan’s recent work at Discern includes simulating the impact of incomplete patient panel diagnosis on practices, creating presentations examining quality incentive programs, and developing a white paper on parallel and hierarchical risk models.

Nathan initially joined Discern as a Project Analyst where he provided research and data analysis in support of client projects.  Prior to joining Discern Health, Nathan conducted research focused on health care access and public health. His research examined the health information needs of injured persons as well as the relationship between the built environment and physical activity.

Areas of Expertise:

  • MACRA – MIPS
  • Measure gap identification and filling
  • Measure selection
  • Performance measures

Education:

  • MPH, Epidemiology – George Mason University
  • BS, Health Science – Radford University

Honors and Awards:

  • 2016 Outstanding Graduate Research Award – George Mason University

Location:

  • Baltimore, MD

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