Kimberley Fox is a senior policy analyst at the Institute for Health Policy, Muskie School of Public Service at the University of Southern Maine where she leads projects evaluating the impact of Medicare Part D and other state and private medication assistance programs on pharmaceutical access, quality and costs for low-income populations. She also provides technical assistance and conducts policy analyses on state health insurance coverage initiatives and other low-income premium subsidy programs. Ms. Fox was previously a senior policy analyst at the Center for State Health Policy at Rutgers, where she directed projects evaluating state pharmacy assistance programs, health insurance and access to care, patient safety and health care performance measurement. Prior to CSHP, Ms. Fox was a senior research associate at Baruch College School of Public Affairs. She has extensive experience in health policy research and planning for at-risk populations, having served as deputy director at HIV CARE Services division of Medical and Health Research Association, deputy director of policy research at the Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University and senior research analyst at the United Hospital Fund of New York City. Ms. Fox received her masters degree in public administration from the Maxwell School of Public Citizenship at Syracuse University.