Ms. Grossman, MPH is a public health professional and experienced project manager with over 20 years’ experience in the management consulting industry managing large, multi-site healthcare initiatives and building relationships with diverse key stakeholders to achieve outcomes.
Ms. Grossman has managed numerous behavioral sciences research projects for federally, funded, national, state, and local public health initiatives. As a Research Project Management Supervisor at HealthPartners, she leads cross-functional teams to implement complex research studies. She has extensive experience in the areas of research design, implementation, evaluation, technical assistance, and training.
Ms. Grossman has specialized expertise in strategic planning and providing technical assistance and training to support community behavioral health interventions towards systems reform. She uses her combined background in evaluation research and project management to foster highly engaged and inclusive teams to accomplish project goals.
During her career, Ms. Grossman has managed projects for non-profit, hospital, outpatient, higher education, and government consulting organizations.
Conducting Institute research since 2017
Education and training:
- M.P.H., Health Education and Behavioral Sciences, Emory University, Atlanta, GA
- B.A., Psychology, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
Research interests include:
- Patient Reported Outcome Measures
- Population Health
- Pharmacy Data Projects
- Precision Medicine
- Dental Health and Chronic Pain Management
- Children's Mental Health
Current research activities and funding:
Ms. Grossman’s work currently focuses on promoting research to improve individual patient health and systems reform. Her portfolio spans cardiovascular disease, diabetes, mental health, substance abuse, orthopedics, dental health, pharmacy, and precision medicine.