by Jasmine Batchelor
June 14, 2018
Director, Population Health Innovation and Transformation,
Johns Hopkins HealthCare
Melissa Sherry is the Director of Population Health Innovation and Transformation at Johns Hopkins HealthCare LLC, and a doctoral candidate in the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health’s Health Policy and Management Department. Ms. Sherry’s work has focused on evidence-based development of population health programs that address risk across the spectrum, from prevention to care for the highest risk, highest cost patients.
Ms. Sherry specializes in translating available population health data into meaningful and actionable strategies to achieve the Triple Aim of improved cost, health and patient satisfaction, using health data and information as well as patient experiences to drive population health programs and quality improvement initiatives. Ms. Sherry has also worked extensively on population health programs that partner with community-based organizations to address social determinants and to engage with patients in more meaningful ways. Ms. Sherry has 9 years of experience working on population health and public health initiatives both domestically and internationally, including work in Africa, the Middle East, and Europe.
Ms. Sherry has a BA and a BS from the Ohio State University, a Masters in Public Health (MPH) from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) and is in her 4th year of a PhD Program at JHSPH. Ms. Sherry has a Certification in Public Health, as well as a Certificate in Global Health from JHSPH.