Mandy Ferguson is a consultant with Manatt Health in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office. With a background in public health, she provides quantitative and qualitative research and strategic advice on healthcare business and policy issues. Mandy provides policy analysis, strategic advice and project management to a wide array of healthcare clients, including federal and state governmental agencies, payers, providers and other stakeholders such as foundations, health program vendors, and associations. In particular, Mandy supports a wide range of Manatt’s clients on their efforts to address the social needs of their populations.
Prior to joining Manatt, Mandy received her Master of Public Health degree from the University of California, Berkeley in health policy and management. While attending Berkeley, she served as a member of the strategy and external affairs team at Berkeley’s School of Public Health Dean’s Office, where she researched, developed and implemented a business strategy for sustainable funding for the school. Her strategic development experience extends to her work as a researcher at the Petris Center for Health Care Markets and Consumer Welfare, and as a project coordinator for The Institute for Healthcare Improvement, where she worked on teams including the Triple Aim for Populations Team, The Conversation Project, and the Diversity and Inclusion Council.