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Steven Eastaugh was a professor in health economics and management for 38 years at Cornell University and George Washington University. Four thousand health care leaders in the USA and around the world have had their careers shaped in part by Professor Eastaugh. He taught health economics and finance at Schools of Public Health, business schools, and medical schools. He is the author of nine books and more than 90 journal articles. Dr. Eastaugh is a nationally acclaimed speaker, consultant and agent of change who has traveled to some 36 countries as part of his health services research. In 2008-2010 he was health policy advisor to Barack Obama. In 2016-2017 he was health policy advisor to Hillary Clinton.
Professor Eastaugh has won numerous awards, including the American College of Healthcare Executives Edgar Hayhow Award for “best health care article of the year.” He also won the Marriott Award for productivity enhancement in the service sector. He has been a forceful advocate for universal affordable health insurance, which he believes can be funded through dramatic reductions in health care paperwork and administrative costs. Prior to coming teaching, he was senior staff health economist at the National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences.
Bachelor of Arts (Biochemistry and Economics), Harvard University, 1973
Master of Science (Public Health), Harvard University, 1975
Doctor of Public Health, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, 1978
Professor Eastaugh’s main research interests include health economics, health systems reform, cost-benefit and cost-effectiveness and technology assessment.
Dr. Eastaugh works actively with a number of professional organizations, including the American Public Health Association, the American College of Healthcare Executives, Association of University Programs in Health Administration, and Operations Research Society of America.