Dominick Esposito, PhD, is a Vice President for Behavioral Health and Health Policy. For more than 20 years, he has led studies with the federal government, state governments, and other clients on projects that improve care for disadvantaged and underresourced populations. His expertise includes mixed-methods evaluation, Medicare and Medicaid policy and program assessment, evaluation of complex health care delivery system innovations, patient-centered outcomes research, and dissemination and implementation of health care evidence within health systems.
Esposito has held leadership roles on several CMS projects. For the Innovation Center, he is a Co-Principal Investigator of the evaluation of the Maternal Opioid Misuse Model. For the CMS Survey Operations Group, he leads the State Performance Standards Reporting, Implementation, and Subject Matter Expertise project. He is also a quality assurance advisor and former lead of the End-Stage Renal Disease Quality Incentive Program Monitoring and Evaluation contract for the CMS Centers for Clinical Standards and Quality.
- PhD, Economics, University of California, Santa Barbara
- BA, Economics (summa cum laude), Drew University
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