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H. Grossman, M.D., Director
Dr. Grossman, Senior Fellow at the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business
and Government, is also an Honorary Physician and Adjunct Professor of Medicine
at Tufts University School of Medicine. He has served as the Director of
Ambulatory Care at MGH and CEO of New England Medical Center, where he was
a founder of Tufts Associated Health Plan. A member of the IOM since 1983,
he serves as Chair of NAE/IOM Committee on Engineering and Health Care System.
He is director/trustee of several organizations including: The Mayo Clinic
Foundation and Penn Medicine (University of Pennsylvania Medical School
and Health System). He has also served as Chairman of the Federal Reserve
Bank of Boston.
John D. Donahue, Faculty
Donahue's teaching and research deals with public sector reform and the
allocation of responsibilities across levels of government and between
public and private sectors. He held senior Labor Department policy posts
in the Clinton Administration, and consults and advises widely on governance
and structural reforms. Donahue is author or editor of ten books, directs
the Kennedy School's Visions of Governance in the 21st Century research
project, and is the book-review editor of the Journal of Policy Analysis
Karen Eggleston, Academic Program Coordinator
Eggleston is a Research Associate, Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, and Center Fellow in charge of comparative health policy at the
Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, Stanford University.
Previously she was Assistant Professor, Department of Economics at Tufts
Cara Helfner, Research Associate
Cara Helfner is a Research Associate for the Health Care Delivery Policy Program specializing in health care delivery statistics and trends. Helfner received her MSLIS from Simmons College. She has founded libraries for Massachusetts Health Data Consortium and Brigham and Women's Hospital and currently serves as Chief Librarian for Brigham and Women's Kessler Health Education Library. She is a Massachusetts Association of Health Sciences Librarians Expert Searcher, reviews books for the Medical Library Association and serves on National Library of Medicine database and readability advisory committees and the advisory board for the Boston Regional Library System. Published works and presentations include the Guide to Enterprise Networks in Health Care, the Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet and the Integrated Online Library Systems Conference.
Karen Tracy, Program Administrator