Expertise: Federal Health Policy, Congress, Not-For-Profit Health Companies, Value-Based Design, Health Care Costs, Payer-Provider Partnerships, Women’s Leadership
Experience: Ceci worked 25 years as a journalist, including 13 years at the Washington Post covering national politics, health care and natural disasters such as Hurricane Katrina. She is the co-author of Landmark: America’s New Health-Care Law and What It Means for Us All and previously worked at the McKinsey Center for Health Reform and PwC’s Health Research Institute. Additionally, she is a founding member Women of Impact and a former Board member of Whitman-Walker Health.
Hometown: Broomall, PA
B.A, Boston College
Awards and Publications:
Mayo Clinic Plummer Society award for promoting deeper understanding of science and medicine
Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government fellowship
Nonprofit Health Plans Launch Telehealth-First Options to Increase Access and Affordability (NEJM Catalyst)
New Research Shows How Payer-Provider Partnerships Can Accelerate Adoption of Evidence-Based Care (NEJM Catalyst)
Patients Win When Payers and Providers Speak the Same Language (The Health Care Blog)
The Committed Perspective — Policy Principles for Regional Health Plans (NEJM Catalyst)
Did You Know?
Ceci lives at the intersection of politics, policy and the “real world.”