Diana Rodin, MPH
New York, NY
Diana Rodin is a senior consultant with Health Management Associates. She has a decade of experience conducting policy analysis and program evaluation related to access to health care and insurance coverage, focusing on publicly financed coverage and care. She conducts qualitative case study research as part of program evaluation efforts for government and foundation clients, covering topics including maternal and child health, access to services for children with special healthcare needs in Medicaid, and health care cost transparency efforts. She closely tracks developments in health care reform implementation and state-level innovations in health policy to improve care for vulnerable populations, and develops analyses of implications for health policy foundation, state, managed care and other clients.
Diana is an experienced grant writer, including for applications by community health centers to obtain Federally Qualified Health Center funding. She has also developed and edited content for managed care organization responses to Requests for Proposals from Medicaid programs in numerous states. She has developed policy analyses examining models of perinatal care for women in Medicaid, the implications of national policy changes for state-funded public coverage programs, lead testing in Medicaid, and other issues related to access to health care services.
Diana previously worked for a state Medicaid Director’s office. She received a bachelor’s degree from Harvard College and a master’s degree in health policy and management from the University of California at Berkeley School of Public Health.