Andrew Spencer, MPA, is a program associate at the Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS) where he supports projects related to improving care for people with complex health and social needs, as well as efforts to advance innovative care delivery and payment models.
Prior to joining CHCS, Andrew was as policy and market analyst at Eviset, where he supported the development of data-driven tools to improve partnerships and contracting between the health and social care sectors. As part of this role, he provided technical assistance to community-based organizations in California seeking support in accessing cross-sector partnerships through the CalAIM Providing Access and Transforming Health (PATH) initiative. Andrew also previously served as a Future Leaders intern within the Office of MaineCare Services, where he supported policy development focused on population health improvement and care management.
Andrew holds a master’s degree in public administration from New York University, with a specialization in health policy analysis. He earned a bachelor’s degree in justice and peace studies and political science from the University of St. Thomas.
While not at work, Andrew enjoys being outside, catching up with friends, any chance to take a train somewhere, and joining pickup soccer games.