US Health Policy and Economics, Washington D.C.
Dr. Jack Rodgers has more than thirty years of experience with federal health policy and legislation related to health services and healthcare reform. He has written extensively about issues such as expanding health insurance coverage, Medicare provider reimbursement, and healthcare systems reform. While at PwC, Jack has assisted major healthcare organizations in evaluating the impact of federal legislation from the Clinton health proposals in 1993-1994 to the current economic stimulation package.
During the past eight years, he has written extensively on the impact of the Medicare prescription drug benefit on the various healthcare industry stakeholders. He served as a consultant to President Clinton's White House Task Force on Health Reform as part of a group of experts who audited the quantitative estimates of the President's health reform plan.
Before joining PwC, Jack was principal analyst for health at the Congressional Budget Office for nine years where he worked on the 1987 Medicare prescription drug legislation and also analyzed the first Bush Administration’s proposals to expand coverage. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Minnesota.