I am interested in the policy, economics, and technology of complex systems, particularly in American healthcare.
San Francisco, California
Hospital Price Discrimination Is Deepening Racial Health Inequity
Dec 21, 2020
This article originally appeared in NEJM Catalyst, co-authored with Alan Kaplan, MD. Hospital Price Discrimination Is Deepening Racial Health Inequity...
COVID-19 and Healthcare's Productivity Shock
Jun 15, 2020
This article originally appeared in NEJM Catalyst, co-authored with Alan Kaplan, MD. COVID-19 and Healthcare’s Productivity Shock The Covid-19 pandemic...
Accelerating Data Infrastructure For COVID-19 Surveillance And Management
Apr 14, 2020
This article originally appeared as a Health Affairs article, co-authored with Aaron Miri, of University of Texas Health and the...
Rethinking Patient Data Privacy In The Era Of Digital Health
Dec 12, 2019
This article originally appeared as a Health Affairs article, co-authored with Lisa Bari. Over the past 10 years, US health...
Surprise Bills, Benchmarks, And The Problem Of Indexation
Nov 25, 2019
This article originally appeared on Health Affairs. Over the past year, the congressional debate over surprise billing has converged on...
Digital Health and the Two-Canoe Problem
Jul 30, 2018
This article originally appeared as a guest post on The Healthcare Blog (THCB), founded and edited by Matthew Holt. As...
States are debating sweeping health reform. Time for a plan.
Jun 24, 2018
In many states, the fall elections will feature debates over the perils and promise of “single payer” health coverage. Gavin...
Wasted Health Spending: Who’s Picking Up The Tab?
May 31, 2018
This article originally appeared as a Health Affairs article, co-authored with David Scheinker at SURF Stanford Medicine As the debate...
Durable interoperability? Maybe a market isn’t such a bad idea
May 12, 2015
This article was originally published in Becker’s Healthcare. Senate hearings on St. Patrick’s Day revived debate about electronic health record...
Building the right foundation for clinically integrated networks from the ground up
Oct 5, 2014
This post, authored by Dan O’Neill, originally appeared on the Practice Fusion blog. Builders and home-buyers in quake-prone regions of...
Health Policy Fellow, U.S. Senate
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Health Policy Fellow, working on the professional staff of the U.S. Senate Committee on Health (HELP).
Senior Vice President, Change Healthcare Inc.
General Manager and head of product for ~$350 million dollar business line, which serves health plans, hospital systems, physicians, and digital health developers. Our products moved data for >5 million patients each business day.
Vice President, Practice Fusion Inc.
Commercial leader for the platform business of a cloud-based EHR used by ~20,000 physicians. We created and launched five product lines in <36 months, including solutions for health plans, accountable care organizations, labs, radiology clinics and revenue cycle management services.
Director, Elsevier Clinical Solutions
Product strategy and business development for a suite of clinical decision support tools, such as physician order sets and drug interaction and dosage checks, and (early versions of) AI-driven population health analytics.
Project Leader, The Boston Consulting Group
Wide range of strategy projects for American, British, German, Israeli and Brazilian firms in technology, financial services, retail, consumer goods and agribusiness, while working out of BCG's offices in São Paulo and New York.