Daniel Schwartz is a Health Policy Analyst at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE). His work focuses on policy issues related to behavioral health, including the opioid crisis, substance use disorder treatment, and healthcare financing. Daniel designs and manages a variety of research projects at ASPE, including an analysis of emergency department interventions to engage people with opioid use disorder in treatment and a study on barriers to the use of telehealth among pediatric Medicaid beneficiaries with behavioral health conditions. In addition, he serves as Project Director for the development the Multistate EMS and Medicaid Dataset (MEMD), which will enable novel health outcomes research on Medicaid beneficiaries who engage with EMS. Daniel is an MPH student at Johns Hopkins University and received his BS in Public Health from The George Washington University.