Mr. Jensen Chiu

Mr. Jensen Chiu is a Senior Research Associate in IMPAQ's Health Division. Mr. Chiu is the task lead and project and operational director across many Health Division projects. He also serves as an advisor for future business development.


Mr. Chiu has experience in healthcare quality measurement and implementation. His measure focus areas include care coordination, cardiac rehabilitation, electrophysiology, and cardiovascular secondary prevention. He also has expertise in program and portfolio management methodologies.


His current portfolio includes work with an ESRD ACO-like program, CMS Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight (CCIO) initiatives, and CMS Office of Clinical Standards and Quality (CCSQ) Quality Rating System initiatives. Lastly, he provides strategic analysis and overall program evaluation subject matter expertise across a wide range of other contracts.

Prior Experience

Prior to joining IMPAQ, Mr. Chiu has worked primarily with multiple organizations supporting measure development and increasing uptake of measures in the field. Most recently he has worked at the American College of Cardiology for 7 years where he led overall operational management for a 7-member team in the development and implementation of over 300 measures within 10 different clinical domains. Mr. Chiu has served on the Board of Directors of the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation. He is serving on the Montgomery County Public Library Advisory Committee (including 3 years as co-chair).


Mr. Chiu earned a Master of Health Administration (MHA) degree from the Cornell University. He earned his Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Political Science from Case Western Reserve University and is a Stanford Certified Project Manager (SCPM).

Previous Paper

Thomas, R. J., Chiu, J. S., Goff, D., King, M., Lahr, B., Lichtman, S. W., Lui, K., Pack, Q. R & Shahriary, M. (2014) Reliability of Abstracting Performance Measures: Results of the Cardiac Rehabilitation Referral and Reliability (CR3) Project. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention, 34(3), 172-179.