MBA, West Virginia University
MPH, Health Policy, Management, and Leadership, West Virginia University
BA, International Studies, West Virginia University
Amanda Jones is a driven, adaptable senior program manager who leverages multidisciplinary experience to provide innovative problem solving. Amanda brings a wealth of experience in managing projects from conception to completion, ensuring they are delivered on time and to the highest quality. Amanda has a deep understanding of the complex and interconnected factors that influence health outcomes, including social determinants, health disparities, and access to care.
Amanda’s current work at Health Affairs lies within the areas of behavioral health, program management, public impact research, and health data analytics. Amanda has managed a variety of projects aimed at addressing pressing public health issues, including the Telehealth Pilot, Children’s Mental Health Evaluation, Independent Verification and Validation, Health Information Technology Plan, COVID-19 Evaluation, and others. From leading multidisciplinary teams to collaborating with community partners and stakeholders, Amanda is dedicated to leveraging her skills and expertise to drive positive change in the health of West Virginia communities.
- Davis, S.M., Jones, A., Jaynes, M.E. et al. Designing a multifaceted telehealth intervention for a rural population using a model for developing complex interventions in nursing. BMC Nurs 19, 9 (2020).
- Mallow, J., Davis, S., Herczyk, J., Pauly, N., Klos, B., Jones, A., Jaynes, M. and Theeke, L. (2021) Dose of Telehealth to Improve Community-Based Care for Adults Living with Multiple Chronic Conditions: A Systematic Review. E-Health Telecommunication Systems and Networks, 10, 20-39. doi: 10.4236/etsn.2021.101002.