About The Forum

Lisa Sprague, MBA
Principal Policy Analyst


Program Focus: private markets, medical home, quality of care, information technology, workforce

Lisa Sprague MBA, principal policy analyst, joined the National Health Policy Forum in 1997. She works on a range of health care issues, including quality and accountability, health information technology, private markets, medical home, and workforce. Previously, she was director of legislative affairs for a trade association representing preferred provider organizations and other open-model managed care networks. Ms. Sprague represented the industry to Congress, federal agencies, and state insurance commissioners; managed the association's policy development process; and edited a biweekly legislative newsletter. Ms. Sprague came to Washington in 1989 as manager of employee benefits policy for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Her interest in health policy arose in her earlier work as a human resources manager and benefits administrator with Taft Broadcasting (later known as Great American Broadcasting) in Cincinnati, Ohio. She holds a bachelor's degree in English from Wellesley College and a master of business administration degree from the University of Cincinnati.

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