Anne F. Weiss, a senior program officer, directs the Foundation’s Quality/Equality Health Care team.
Weiss joined the Foundation in 1999, after a distinguished career in health care policy at both the federal and state level. She served as senior assistant commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services, where she directed the state’s oversight of the quality of care delivered by health care providers and health plans, and was also responsible for the state’s hospital indigent care programs. During her tenure, the Department of Health and Senior Services worked with physicians and hospitals throughout the state to issue New Jersey’s first report card on health care quality. She also served as executive director of New Jersey’s blue-ribbon health reform panel, the Essential Health Services Commission, where she directed implementation of a subsidized health benefits program for the working uninsured.
Previously, Weiss spent 10 years in Washington, D.C., as professional staff to the United States Senate Committee on Finance and as a senior examiner with the Office of Management and Budget. She also has served as a program analyst in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, was a member of the steering committee of the National Academy for State Health Policy, and served on the board of the National Association of Health Data Organizations.
Born in Detroit, Weiss received her MPP from the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, and a BA in history and political science from Wellesley College.