EDWARD W. AHART I ELLA D. AUCHINCLOSS I JORDANA BENSON I DONALD M. BERWICK I JOHN D. CAMPBELL
ELIZABETH G. CHRISTOPHERSON I ELLIOTT S. FISHER I CATHY FINK I CHANA FITTON I MARSHALL GANZ
DAN GRANDONE I KATE B. HILTON I GARY HIRSCH I LISA G. HOLTZMAN I JACK HOMER I C. SHERRY IMMEDIATO
CHRISTINA INGERSOLL I T. WOODY KONGSAMUT I LAURA K. LANDY I AMORY LOVINS I PATRICIA MACBAIN
ERIN MCFEE I MICHAEL D. MCGINNIS I BOBBY MILSTEIN I KAREN MINYARD I ALBERT MULLEY JR. I JAY OGLIVY
LEIGH S. NAKHIMOVICH I ELINOR OSTROM I ERIN PICHIOTINO I LYNN ROGUT I LINDA SCHWIMMER
PETER M. SENGE I TINA SMITH I JOHN D. STERMAN DAVID I SURRENDA I JUSTIN TROGDON I RICHARD TURNER
Erin McFee, MBA, is the Lead Research Associate for ReThink Health and a Research Associate in Harvard Business School’s organizational and strategy units. Ms. McFee’s current research focuses on the use of expertise in teams and the contexts and processes that support or undermine groups’ ability to solve complex problems. She is co‐author with Bruce Warren and Susan Sampson of “Business Schools: Ethics, Assurance of Learning and the Future” in Organization Management Journal and has also co‐authored numerous cases and teaching notes. Ms. McFee teaches for the Princeton Review and is an undergraduate admissions consultant. She holds an MBA from the Simmons School of Management, a BSBA in Finance from Boston University’s School of Management, and a Certificate from the Harvard Kennedy School’s Executive Education program on Leading Change.
Michael D. McGinnis, PhD (Political Science), is a core member of ReThink Health. A Professor of Political Science, he is also the former Director of the Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis at Indiana University, Bloomington, an inter-disciplinary research and teaching center focused on the study of institutions, development, and governance. A globally recognized center for institutional analysis, the Workshop was initially established in 1973 by Vincent and Elinor Ostrom, winner of the 2009 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences. Professor McGinnis’s current research and activities focus on the ways in which health care policy in the U.S. can be improved through increased collaboration among stakeholders at the community or regional level. Professor McGinnis received a BS in mathematics from The Ohio State University in 1980 and a PhD in Political Science from The University of Minnesota in 1985 and has worked at IU ever since.
Bobby Milstein, PhD, MPH, is the Director of ReThink Health’s work in dynamic modeling and game-based learning. Dr. Milstein has led the creation of the ReThink Health regional model that is helping leaders across the country to develop interactive simulations that explore the likely impact of policy interventions on health outcomes and costs. He also heads the Hygeia Dynamics Policy Studio which provides a forum for diverse actors to acquire the foresight and motivation needed to craft powerful responses to pressing priorities. Dr. Milstein is also a visiting scientist at the MIT Sloan School of Management. From 1991 to 2011, Dr. Milstein worked at the CDC where he founded the Syndemics Prevention Network, chaired the agency’s Behavioral and Social Science Working Group, and was coordinator for a wide range of new initiatives. He was the principal architect of the CDC’s framework for program evaluation and published a monograph entitled, Hygeia’s Constellation: Navigating Health Futures in a Dynamic and Democratic World, recommended by the Director of the CDC as “required reading for all health professionals.” Dr. Milstein is a co-founder of the annual NIH-CDC Institute on Systems Science and Health, and a co-developer of the HealthBound Policy Simulation Game as well as the Prevention Impacts Simulation Model.
Karen Minyard, PhD, MSN, leads the evaluation efforts for ReThink Health. Dr. Minyard has directed the Georgia Health Policy Center at Georgia State University’s Andrew Young School of Policy Studies since 2001. Dr. Minyard connects the research, policy, and programmatic work of the center across issue areas including community and public health, end of life care, child health, health philanthropy, public and private health coverage, and the uninsured. She also has experience with the redesign and evaluation of the Georgia state Medicaid program and spent 13 years in nursing and hospital administration. She frequently provides testimony to the state legislature and has presented to congressional and executive agency staff at the National Health Policy Forum. Dr. Minyard received a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Virginia, a master’s degree in nursing from the Medical College of Georgia, and a doctoral degree in business administration with a major in strategic management and minor in health care financing from Georgia State University.
Albert Mulley Jr., MD, MPP, is a scientific advisor to ReThink Health. A board certified internist, Dr. Mulley is Director of the Dartmouth Center for Health Care Delivery Science at Dartmouth College and Professor of Medicine at Dartmouth Medical School. Prior to his work at Dartmouth, he spent 35 years on the Harvard Medical School faculty and on the staff of Massachusetts General Hospital, where he was the founding Chief of the General Medicine Division and Director of the Medical Practices Evaluation Center. Dr. Mulley’s research has focused on the use of decision theory and outcomes research to distinguish between warranted and unwarranted variations in clinical practice which has led to development of research instruments and approaches that support clinicians and patients in their decision-making roles. He was a founding Director of the Foundation for Informed Medical Decision Making and continues to serve as Senior Clinical Advisor. Dr. Mulley received his undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College. He earned his medical degree from Harvard Medical School and an MPP from the Kennedy School of Government.
Jay Ogilvy, PhD,a founding member of ReThink Health, is cofounder of Global Business Network and former Dean at Presidio Graduate School. Dr. Ogilvy’s research and consulting experience revolves around scenario planning and the role human values and changing motivations play in purchase decisions, telecommunications, health care, and education. He has pursued these interests in collaboration with Peter Schwartz since 1979, when he joined SRI International, and since 1988 with GBN. At SRI, Dr. Ogilvy divided his time between developing future scenarios for strategic planning and serving as director of research for the Values and Lifestyles (VALS) Program, a consumer segmentation system used in market research. He taught at the University of Texas, Williams College, and for seven years at Yale, where he received his PhD in 1968. Dr. Ogilvy is the author of several books, including most recently, Facing the Fold: Collected Essays on Scenario Planning (Triarchy Press, 2011).
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