Brianna Sullivan

Brianna Sullivan

Survey Researcher
Pronouns: she/her
Expertise
  • Survey development and testing
  • Data collection and analysis
  • Technical assistance
Focus Areas
  • Health
  • Delivery System Reforms
  • Quality Measurement
  • Population Health
About Brianna

Brianna Sullivan specializes in survey development and testing, cognitive interviews, data collection procedures, web surveys, mail surveys, staff trainings, and health care evaluations. Her research includes novel assessments of patients’ experience of care, evaluations on quality of primary care, maternal mental health, family homelessness and supportive housing practices, reproductive health care access, and caregiver supports.

Sullivan works on a variety of health data collection and evaluation projects, such as the Evaluation of a Multisite Replication of the Transitional Care Model (TCM), the Evaluation of Primary Care First (PCF), and the Evaluation of Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+). She is currently the survey director for TCM where she collaborates closely with technical experts, project leadership, and other key stakeholders to collect baseline and follow-up survey data from patients enrolled in this randomized controlled trial. As deputy survey director for PCF, Sullivan works to facilitate all survey data collection evaluation activities, including surveys of primary care practices and physicians. And as the task lead for the CPC+ payer survey, Sullivan manages survey development, scheduling, and quality control processes for a survey of public and private health insurance companies. She is also the technical assistance task lead for the Boston Children's Hospital Evaluation Partner project, a multiyear evaluation of community grantees funded to conduct community health improvement projects throughout the greater Boston area.

Before joining Mathematica in 2014, Sullivan held various research positions at institutions such as Boston University School of Public Health and Yale School of Medicine. She has an M.P.H. in maternal and child health from Boston University School of Public Health.