Christina Jameson is an innovation assistant at the Penn Medicine Center for Health Care Innovation. In this role, she supports the process of designing, testing, and implementing new strategies to improve health care delivery and increase value across care settings.
Christina also works closely with the Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics, assisting with randomized controlled trials that are centered on medication adherence, weight loss, and smoking cessation.
Prior to joining the team, she worked as an intern in the inpatient psychiatric unit at Children’s Hospital of Chicago.
Christina’s experience and education in behavioral psychology enable her to bring a unique perspective to problem solving and health care delivery. She earned her bachelor of science in Human Development and Psychology from Northwestern University.