Robert Martiniano, MPA, DrPH

Evaluation Officer

As Evaluation Officer of OHWRC, Mr. Martiniano is responsible for designing and implementing evaluation strategies—including overall project goals and objectives, dissemination strategy, the website, outreach efforts, and the impact of OHWRC’s research on health workforce planning—as well as for the individual research projects in terms of both process and outcomes. Working closely with the Director and Deputy Directors, Mr. Martiniano oversees the development of feedback instruments used in the evaluation of the website and other materials developed and disseminated by OHWRC. Mr. Martiniano has extensive experience in survey design, data collection, and analyzing large data sets, including all of the elements of the NYHWDS, the American Community Survey and other U.S. Census Bureau data sets, and various U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data sets. As senior program manager at the Center for Health Workforce Studies (CHWS), Mr. Martiniano has been project director on a number of evaluation projects, including evaluations of staff training in nursing homes and home health agencies; regional implementation of HIT solutions; efficacy of statewide programs, specifically the distribution of H1N1 vaccine by the New York State Department of Health; and implementation of a regional health information organization (RHIO).