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    Tom Miller

    Tom Miller, J.D.

    Tom Miller is a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, where he focuses on health policy, with particular emphasis on such issues as information transparency, health insurance regulation, and consumer-driven health care.  He was a member of the National Advisory Council for the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality from 2007 to 2009. Before joining AEI, Mr. Miller served for three years as a senior health economist for the Joint Economic Committee, where he organized a series of hearings focusing on promising reforms in private health care markets. He also has been director of health policy studies at the Cato Institute and director of economic policy studies at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.  Before coming to Washington, he had a real life, as a trial attorney, a journalist, and a radio broadcaster (including several seasons as play-by-play voice of the Davidson College Wildcats basketball team).  
    Tom Miller’s writing has appeared in such publications as Health Affairs, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Reader's Digest, National Review, The American, Journal of Law and Contemporary Problems, Regulation, and Cato Journal.   He is a co-author of Why ObamaCare Is Wrong For America (HarperCollins 2011). He has testified before various congressional committees on issues including the uninsured, health care costs, Medicare prescription drug benefits, medical savings accounts, health insurance tax credits, genetic information, social security, federal reinsurance of catastrophic risks, and terrorism insurance.  Miller holds a bachelor's degree in political science from New York University and a law degree from Duke University.


    Navigational Warning  for Health Reform Collisions Ahead: Slow Down, Shift Gears, Turn the Wheel

    Presentation Date

    Princeton Conference XVIII: May 24, 2011

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