Mary Pohl has spent over 20 years working with public and private partners in the translation of policy into practice, with an emphasis on the coordination of public programs with data and technologies. Through her work with Burton Policy, Mary is a team leader for CRISP, Maryland’s Health Information Exchange, creating shared utilities to provide transparent, timely, and consistent analytics and interoperability.
Prior to joining Burton Policy, Mary served as Deputy Director for Research and Methodology for Maryland’s Health Services Cost Review Commission (HSCRC) managing case mix data, overseeing data and audit contracts, developing reimbursement methodologies, and monitoring existing methodologies. Mary has also worked as a Senior Consultant at The Lewin Group, as a research associate to the Executive Director of Maryland Medicaid, and as an analyst at the Urban Institute. Mary is a graduate from Johns Hopkins University in Public Health Studies.