Nick Huntington

Managing Director of Analytics and Reporting
Nick Huntington, Ph.D., is the managing director of analytics and reporting for AHP’s Center for Research and Evaluation. Dr. Huntington’s role at AHP includes both direct project work as well as driving the development of AHP’s company-wide infrastructure, supports, capabilities, and staff skills in data management, analytics, and reporting. In his direct project work, Dr. Huntington is the lead evaluator on some projects and as an internal methodological consultant or senior analyst on others. Having managed and analyzed data from multiple types of complex study designs, including multi-level cross-site evaluations, data collection centers, and secondary data projects, he brings a wealth of skills and experience to quantitative work. Dr. Huntington has led teams of analysts in acquiring, managing, standardizing, merging, and analyzing data from multiple sites or agencies. For example, he led the analysis of data from the Assertive Adolescent and Family Treatment (AAFT) cross-site evaluation, integrating multiple data sources that characterized programs, clinicians, and clients across 14 grantees. For the Jail Diversion and Trauma Recovery (JDTR) Project, Dr. Huntington developed a system for capturing grantee information via easy-to-use Microsoft Word forms, along with automatic centralizing and analysis of the information via pre-programmed charts and tables. For the Minnesota Supportive Housing and Managed Care Pilot, he led a team in acquiring, merging, and analyzing highly variable client-level service use data from more than a dozen disparate state and county data systems in Minnesota, including Medicaid claims data. Dr. Huntington has experience in statistical analysis, including linear models, HLM, generalized linear models, multivariate data reduction, propensity scoring, and customized statistical graphics, as well as wide-ranging analytic programming skills.
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