Experience & Background
Miriam is a director with Advisory Board’s aging population research. In this role she leads research exploring how the health care industry can build a senior care model that sustainably and equitably manages the rapidly aging population.
Previously, Miriam led research at Advisory Board on a variety of topics including facility strategy, provider purchasing and decision-making, improving imaging patient safety, and interventional radiology. Prior to joining Advisory Board, Miriam held positions at the National Children’s Oral Health Foundation and the National Association of County and City Health Officials. She holds an MPH from the Boston University School of Public Health and a BA in history from Tufts University.