Ilene L. Hollin, M.P.H., is a doctoral candidate in health economics and policy in the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Her research interests include the economics of rare diseases, patient preferences, decision-making, and innovative health care payment and delivery models for special populations. Ms. Hollin was a program specialist at the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology and was the 2013–2014 Johns Hopkins Center to Eliminate Cardiovascular Disparities Research Fellow. She also received the 2014 Charles D. Flagle Award and the Lee Lusted Student Prize in Decision Psychology and Shared Decision Making. Ms. Hollin is a graduate of Brandeis University and received an M.P.H. in effectiveness and outcomes research from Columbia University.