Luis provides a deep understanding of Medicare claims and healthcare data, delivering expert-level analytical support for clients on Medicare reimbursement issues, program evaluation and impact assessment of value-based care models.
With close to 10 years of experience in healthcare economics research and health economics consulting, Luis has developed detailed reports on the implications and economic impacts of proposed regulations and healthcare reforms for a wide range of health-focused stakeholders and healthcare clients. This includes evaluating the impact of a range of public health interventions through the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Quality Improvement Organizations Scopes of Work, performing quantitative and qualitative analysis related to the Medicare Shared Savings Program, Medicare inpatient and outpatient prospective payment systems, the End-Stage Renal Disease prospective payment system and Medicare disproportionate share hospital payment policy.
Luis’ previous experience includes serving as a senior associate at a major health economics and policy consulting firm. In that role, he managed and conducted research projects to advise commercial and government clients on a wide array of health policy issues. In 2016, he was selected as a finalist for the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s Graduate Fellowship Program during his health policy graduate fellowship on the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions. During that experience, Luis provided research and analysis on health policy and legislative matters, including creating a whitepaper and leading a policy briefing on the Affordable Care Act’s Individual Market Health Insurance Exchanges.
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