Jack Rodgers, Ph.D.
Jack Rodgers, Managing Director of the Health Policy Economics in the Washington DC office of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), has more than twenty-five years of experience with federal health policy and legislation related to health services and prescription drugs. Before he joined PwC, Dr. Rodgers with the U.S. DHHS, where he worked on physician and nursing shortage issues. He was the co-author of a DHHS publication, The Recurrent Nursing Shortage of Registered Nurses. His most recent study, Significance of the Coverage Gap Under Medicare Part D, was quoted by the San Francisco Chronicle, Miami Herald, Washington Times, as well as the official Medicare website. Before joining PwC, Dr. Rodgers was principal analyst for health at the Congressional Budget Office for nine years during which he worked on issues related to Medicare and health insurance coverage. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Minnesota and has taught economics and health policy courses at the University of Minnesota, Saint Olaf College, and George Washington University.
May 23, 2007