Center for Health Services Research
Jim Lloyd, JD, MPP, is a research specialist at the Center for Health Services Research, where he manages several projects and conducts stakeholder engagement and dissemination activities for the Center’s studies. His work currently includes a large AHRQ-funded study on the promotion of safe use of antipsychotic medication for children and one utilizing the Institute’s iPHD to link administrative data to information on community characteristics to better understand the opioid crisis in New Jersey. He has expertise in the non-traditional health care workforce, and has served as a consultant to Medicaid agencies seeking to support community health workers and promotores in their states. He received a Juris Doctorate from Fordham University School of Law (’07), and served as a law clerk for the Hon. Dorothea O’C. Wefing, P.J.A.D., from 2007 to 2008. He received his Master of Public Policy from the Bloustein School at Rutgers in 2017, focusing on health care policy. He also serves on the Sustainability Workgroup for the Collette Lamothe-Galette Community Health Worker Institute at the NJ Department of Health.