Sherry Glied is a health care policy expert who has worked extensively in academia and in public service. Her principal areas of research and impact are health policy reform and mental health care policy.
Glied is currently Dean of New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service. Prior to NYU, Glied was Professor of Health Policy and Management at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. Her books include Chronic Condition and Better But Not Well: Mental Health Policy in the U.S. since 1950 with Richard Frank and The Oxford Handbook of Health Economics co-edited with Peter C. Smith.
Christopher Boone, PhD has a career-long history as a dynamic, innovative thought leader and a public voice on the power of real-world evidence, health informatics, and big data analytics and its ability to radically transform the global health care system into a learning health system.
Chris currently serves as the Vice President, Global Head of Health Economics and Outcomes Research at Abbvie. He is also an adjunct assistant professor of health administration at the New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, an active board member of several influential organizations, and a co-founder of a few start-up companies. Most recently, he served as the vice president and head of global medical epidemiology and big data analysis at Pfizer.
Chris has been recognized as a 2019 Top 100 Innovator in Data & Analytics, a 2018 Emerging Pharma Leader by Pharmaceutical Executive, and a 2017 Top 40 Under 40 Leader in Minority Health by the National Minority Quality Forum (NMQF).
The Role of State-Based Marketplaces in Advancing Health Equity
December 14, 2022 There are currently a record-breaking 12.2 million Americansenrolled in coverage through health care Marketplaces. Created under the Affordable Care Act, the Marketplaces have a central goal of expanding access to affordable health insurance, with a more recent focus on reducing racial and ethnic enrollment disparities and health inequities.
Innovating Digitally Enabled Home-Based Care: Promoting Longer, Healthier Living
Strengthening our nation’s long-term care system is a pressing societal issue as growing numbers of older Americans and people living with disabilities or chronic diseases increase demand. Whatever their ages, people who need long-term care increasingly prefer to receive it in their homes and communities.
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