Corwin (Corey) Rhyan is a senior analyst for Altarum’s Center for Value in Health Care, where he has led multiple projects researching the economics of health care issues including studies of the social determinants of health, prevention, the economic burden of disease, and analyses of low-value care and wasteful spending. These projects have involved modeling and cost-benefit analyses on subjects including childhood lead exposure prevention and remediation policies, obesity, the current Opioid epidemic, pay-for-success initiatives, and maternal prenatal interventions. He also has done research on measuring low-value care in the US health system and access to behavioral health services in the State of Michigan by applying his expertise in analyzing claims data. He has contributed to work and co-authored publications in a variety of journals including Milbank Quarterly, Value in Health, and Inquiry.
Corwin holds a master’s degree in public policy from the University of Michigan Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy and a bachelor’s degree magna cum laude in economics from Washington University in St. Louis.