Rachel has a passion for health, wellness both personally and professionally. Most recently, Rachel has worked at Georgetown University Hospital as the Practice Administrator of the Family Medicine Department. She directed projects for patient centered outcomes and engagement, quality measures and the patient experience. Outside of her professional career, she aspires to be a competitive equestrian. She has been riding horses since the age of six and enjoys being around horses in her free time. The commitment required to be a competitive equestrian, and live a holistic lifestyle, has developed Rachel’s work ethic and her desire to deliver health equity to the public. In her senior year, Rachel received internships with two prestigious organizations: NYU’s Langone Medical Center and
Rachel has worked for MedStar Hospital Team in many capacities including working with the Gastroenterology department as an administrative assistant responsible for coordinating patient care and executing workflows for the department’s revenue cycle. In addition, she has worked as a Managed Care Associate, where she observed the nuances of a corporate health system, implementing protocols across a large system whose territory scaled from rural, suburban to urban. After working with diverse populations comprised of Medicaid and commercial insurance payers, Rachel became interested in population health management and its economic impact on hospitals and outpatient clinics.
Rachel received her Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Services St. John’s University in Queens, NY.