Dr. Meng-Yun Lin is a health economist and health services researcher. Her research applies advanced statistical and econometric methods to examine the impacts of policies and financial incentives on healthcare utilization, spending, and outcomes, focusing on vulnerable patients and providers serving disadvantaged populations. She is particularly interested in questions that will inform evidence-based practice and policy in the era of delivery system reforms, such as variations in the efficiency of care delivery across providers. Dr. Lin received her Ph.D. in Health Services Research (with a concentration on Health Economics) at Boston University School of Public Health and completed a post-doctoral fellowship (AHRQ T32) at Boston University School of Medicine before joining Wake Forest School of Medicine.