Corinne Lewis, M.S.W. currently serves as the program officer in The Commonwealth Fund’s Delivery System Reform Program, leading the high-need, high-cost portfolio.
Prior to this role, she served as the senior research associate for the Delivery System Reform program, during which time she conducted research and authored publications on a variety of topics related to high-need, high-cost adults, from the impact of social isolation on the population to evidence-based models and policy solutions to better serve them. Before joining the Fund, Ms. Lewis was an analyst with Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. and held an internship at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ NY Regional Office where she conducted research on waiver applications and brought together stakeholders to understand impacts of national policies. She also has frontline experience with high-need, high-cost patients, having served as a social worker at a subacute rehabilitation facility and nursing home, NYU Lutheran Augustana Center. Ms. Lewis holds a B.A. in psychology from Boston University and a Master of Science in social policy from Columbia University’s School of Social Work.