- Program evaluation
- Health policy
- Quality measurement
- Medical claims databases
- National health survey data
- Research design
- Population Health
- Employment and Income Support
- Quality Measurement
Anna Hill’s work focuses on health policy and healthcare quality measurement. She has expertise in quasi-experimental study design and in the development and testing of health care quality measures.
Since joining Mathematica in 2014, Hill has worked on several policy evaluations and two ongoing quality-measurement projects. She is currently the research task lead on an evaluation of the impact of taxes on sugar-sweetened beverages, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. She is also co-writing a paper on the impact of funding increases on vocational rehabilitation outcomes. She has led quantitative testing of electronic clinical quality measures and is currently a measure lead for a claims-based quality measure. Her role involves leading measure re-evaluation efforts and has included coordinating measure implementation and public reporting.
Hill is a member of the American Society of Health Economists and the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management. She holds a Ph.D. in policy analysis and management from Cornell University.