Emma Kopleff is senior policy advisor with the Consumer-Purchaser Alliance, which supports leading employer, consumer, and labor organizations working together to promote the use of performance measurement in health care to inform consumer choice, value-based purchasing, and payment.
Prior to joining the National Partnership, Emma served as a project manager at National Quality Forum (NQF). Emma was responsible for managing operations and providing strategic guidance for a number of projects aimed at identifying and implementing national health care priorities, goals, and performance measures. Through her work with the National Priorities Partnership, a collaborative of national leaders in health care quality convened by NQF, Emma gained expertise in national programs and initiatives focused on implementing quality improvement strategies across the public and private sectors. Emma’s work at NQF also supported a strong knowledge-base in performance measurement for national quality improvement and accountability programs, particularly in the areas of patient-reported outcomes, care transitions, and overuse.
Prior to working at NQF, Emma worked at University Hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio. Within this role, she worked with providers across a large primary care physician group to implement a diabetes quality measurement recognition program. While in her hometown of Cleveland, Emma also received her Master of Public Health from Case Western Reserve University.