Aidan Crowley is an MD-PhD student at the University of Pennsylvania in the Health Care Management and Economics program at The Wharton School. Her interests in health economics include optimizing alternative payment and care delivery models to enhance alignment of organizational, payor, and workforce incentives. She works as a research assistant on the Payment Insights Team, where she evaluates hospital selection into bundled payment programs, primary care payment redesign, risk adjustment, and analysis of primary care-specialist relationships. While at Penn, she has published studies investigating novel mechanisms of care delivery for marginalized patient groups with the Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics and the Center for Community Health Workers.
Crowley graduated from the University of Notre Dame as a Stamps Scholar with a B.S. in Neuroscience & Behavior and minors in Poverty Studies and Compassionate Care in Medicine. Prior to medical school, she worked as a research assistant at Mayo Clinic, as a health policy research fellow for a congressional campaign, and as a research assistant in the Section of Health Services Research at the University of Copenhagen.