On Thursday, Sep18, Jason Fodeman, Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Arizona (bio below), will be giving a talk in the Freedom Center Colloquium Series. The talk is entitled "The Ethics Of Government Health Care."
Thursday, Sep 18, 12:30-1:45pm, in the Kendrick Room at the Freedom Center, Marshall 280 (right above Paradise Bakery). Feel free to bring lunch.
Jason D. Fodeman is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Arizona. He was a Phi Beta Kappa Economics major from Johns Hopkins University. He completed medical school at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and is a graduate of the Cedars Sinai Internal Medicine residency program. As a medical student he completed a Graduate Health Policy Fellowship at the Heritage Foundation where he studied health care costs and co-wrote a backgrounder on the subject featured on line in the WSJ. As a Visiting Fellow at the Galen Institute he authored a white paper on the clinical ramifications of the ACA and as a Senior Fellow in Health Care Studies at the Pacific Research Institute he coauthored a white paper on ICD-10 with Senator Tom Coburn, M.D. He has written a number of opeds on health care issues featured in mediums such as National Review Online, Washington Times, Washington Examiner, Arizona Republic, Town Hall, Hartford Courant, and the Arizona Daily Star. He served as President of the California chapter of Docs 4 Patient Care and participated this year in the Claremont Institute Lincoln Fellowship. He is also currently studying for his MBA at the University of Arizona.
For further information on the colloquium series, please visit the Arizona Freedom Center at http://freedomcenter.arizona.edu/colloquium