The Empire Center for Public Policy and the Manhattan Institute explored these issues at a Sept. 22 policy forum in Albany.

INTRODUCTION

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E.J. McMahon Director, Empire Center for Public Policy

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REPORT PRESENTATION
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Tarren Bragdon

Adjunct Fellow, Manhattan Institute

Chief Executive Officer, Maine Heritage Policy Center

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Steve Parente

Associate Professor, Carlson School of Management

University of Minnesota

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RESPONDENTS

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Co-Director, Health Insurance Project, United Hospital Fund

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Vice President, Rose and Keirnan, Inc.

Past President, NYS Association of Health Underwriters

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MODERATOR

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William B. Cromie, M.D., M.B.A

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QUESTION & ANSWER

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About the Author

Tim Hoefer

Tim Hoefer is president & CEO of the Empire Center for Public Policy.

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