Anna Sinaiko, PhD
Anna Sinaiko is the principal investigator on a SHARE-funded project that will research the decision-making processes and factors considered in individual and family plan choices on state-based marketplaces. The project will also investigate how health plan choice dynamics and enrollment outcomes are affected by the ACA marketplace design and enrollee characteristics.
Anna is a research scientist in the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Harvard School of Public Health. Her research focuses on consumer decision-making and how information and financial incentives alter consumer behavior in health care settings. Her specific empirical projects include an examination of consumer response to tiered physician networks, of consumer experience in the Massachusetts health insurance exchange, and of consumer choice of private Medicare plans. Dr. Sinaiko received her Ph.D. in health policy with a concentration in economics from Harvard University.