Our knowledgeable and talented team of Zetema Staff and Fellows are committed to creating a forum that stimulates the productive exchange of diverse, expert opinion on the many facets of the US healthcare system.
Muriel LaMois was a Winter and Spring 2018 Zetema Project Fellow and is a 2019 MPH candidate at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health with a concentration in Health Policy and Management. Ms. LaMois focused her Zetema Project Fellowship research and writing upon provider regulation, investigating scope of practice laws, Medicare’s reporting requirements for provider reimbursement, Meaningful Use, and the cost implications of regulation. She contributed to the authorship of Zetema meeting background materials, attended multiple Project meetings, provided support to Project Panelists, Contributors, and staff, and synthesized post-meeting output.
Ms. LaMois currently works as a Quality Analyst Intern at Covered California, California’s state health insurance marketplace. She is also a Graduate Student Researcher at the Berkeley Center for Health Technology. Prior to her graduate studies, she was a Project Manager at the Kaiser Permanente Institute for Health Policy, where she successfully planned multiple conferences and oversaw the editorial process behind the publishing of white papers on a wide range of topics including health technology, drug pricing, and improving healthcare delivery. She previously served as Chief of Staff for a state delegate in the Virginia General Assembly during the 2013 debate over Medicaid expansion.
Ms. LaMois earned her BA in History and German from the College of Wooster.