Sarnak
Dana O. Sarnak
Senior Research Associate, International Program in Health Policy and Practice Innovations
The Commonwealth Fund
dos@cmwf.org
212.606.3806
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Dana O. Sarnak is the senior research associate for The Commonwealth Fund’s International Program on Health Policy and Practice Innovations (IHP), where she provides the international program with ongoing research, writing, and analytic support. She is a key member of the IHP survey team, playing an important role in designing and analyzing the data for the Fund’s annual international health policy surveys, and coauthoring the Fund’s major article as well as subsequent articles. In addition to the survey, Ms. Sarnak authors selected International Issue Briefs and the annual OECD data brief, coedits the country profiles and International Health News Briefing newsletter, tracks health care policy developments in industrialized countries for program development, and contributes content on international policy and delivery system innovations. She provides support to the vice president and director on the International Issue Briefs series and works closely with speakers and grantees on their papers and presentations for all IHP meetings.

Ms. Sarnak joined the Fund in February 2013 having previously served as a policy analyst for the Institute for Children, Poverty, and Homelessness, where she wrote policy briefs, cleaned and prepared survey data from national longitudinal datasets, and conducted statistical analyses related to poverty, homelessness, and social policies. Ms. Sarnak holds a B.A. in Spanish Languages and Literatures from Princeton University and an M.P.H. in International Community Health from New York University.

Fund Publications by Dana O. Sarnak

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