Steve Bandeian, M.D., JD
Steve Bandeian, MD JD is a senior fellow in the Office of the Director at the Agency for Health Care Research and Quality. At AHRQ, Dr. Bandeian is developing new analytic tools to address a broad range of questions related to utilization, costs, and outcomes.
From 1995 to 2006, Dr. Bandeian led data warehousing and analytic teams at two large health insurance plans. These teams provided analytic support for the full-range of health plan operations and also developed interactive, desk-top tools to provide information directly to end-users. Dr. Bandeian also organized and led external committees of specialist physicians to develop practice guidelines and disease-specific interventions.
From 1989 to 1993, Dr. Bandeian focused on Medicare budget initiatives and national health care reform as a senior civil servant at the Office of Management and Budget. Dr. Bandeian organized an interagency team to model health reform options and also developed policy options for health insurance market reform, comparative value information for purchasers of health care, cost containment, and expansion of access.
From 1985 to 1989, Steve was on the staff of the Health Subcommittee of the Committee on Ways and Means and was responsible for legislation related to physician payment, medical education, quality improvement, and fraud prevention.
Dr. Bandeian received MD and JD degrees from Harvard and is a board certified internist trained at Duke.
Princeton Conference XV: May 28, 2008