A. James Lee, Ph.D., M.A.
Expertise: Health Economics, Health Care Finance, Health Care Information Systems
Office: Weed 300
Economics, University of Wisconsin
Dr. Lee has worked in the health care field for almost 30 years and has a unique blend of experience in government, industry, management consulting, and health services research and evaluation. He is former Vice President with Health Economics Research, one of the country’s leading health policy “think tanks.” He has also worked for Arthur D. Little, Abt Associates and at Blue Cross & Blue Shield; and served as Deputy Director of the Maine State Planning Office. Since 1999, Lee has been a part-time senior scientist on the research faculty at the Schneider Institute for Health Policy, in the Heller Graduate School of Brandeis University. He is a founder of DxCG, Inc., the Boston-based health informatics firm, which develops and distributes the Diagnostic Cost Group risk adjustment models.
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