Dina Belloff, M.A., is a senior research analyst at the Rutgers Center for State Health Policy. She conducts research and policy analysis on access to care, affordability of care, and health care financing. Prior to coming to the Center, she worked at the U.S. General Accounting Office determining the adequacy of Medicare Part B reimbursement for covered prescription drugs. She also worked at Mathematica Policy Research in Princeton, N.J., where she participated in evaluations of Medicaid expansion programs, prospective payment for home health care, and social health maintenance organizations. She received her bachelor's degree with highest honors from Rutgers College and a master's degree in health policy studies from the Johns Hopkins University.