Beth Mohr Dana is a statistical analyst at the RAND Corporation. She employs a wide variety of statistical methods including propensity score estimation, matching, hierarchical modeling, survey analysis, and difference-in-differences regression. Mohr Dana performs complex data manipulations in SAS regularly and is familiar with R and STATA. Her research experience includes topics such as mental health, substance abuse, pay for performance, and quality measurement. She earned a M.S. in biostatistics from the University of Washington and a B.A. in mathematics from Dartmouth College.
- National Impact Assessment of CMS Quality and Efficiency Measures: Home Health Agencies
- Annual Calculation of Medicare Advantage and Part D Contract Star Ratings
- Measuring Integration of Care for Adults with Serious Mental Illness in Provider Networks
- Using the PROMIS Cognition Item Bank for Early Detection of Cognitive Decline in Primary Care