Dylan H. Roby
Dylan H. Roby is a research scientist for the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research and an assistant researcher in the Department of Health Services in the UCLA School of Public Health. He is project director for a study of access to medical treatment in the California workers' compensation system and is also a co-investigator for a Medi-Cal disease management pilot program evaluation for the California Department of Health Services. He has been involved in several studies for the Office of the Patient Advocate, the Service Employees International Union, the California Program on Access to Care, and the California Endowment using national and state-level data sources to conduct policy analyses and health services research regarding the uninsured and underserved, hospital and health care financing, access to quality care, and ambulatory care sensitive hospitalizations. Before his current position at the Center, Roby worked for four years as a senior research associate at The George Washington University Center for Health Services Research and Policy. He worked on safety net issues, including data analysis and research on community health centers and public hospitals. Roby graduated from UCLA in 1998 with a bachelor's degree in geography and a minor in public policy. In 2006, he completed his doctorate in public policy from George Washington University.