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Ginsburg to leave Center for Studying Health System Change
Modern Healthcare

Paul Ginsburg, the Harvard-trained economist and health policy expert who founded the Center for Studying Health System Change in 1995, will step down as the organization’s president at the end of the year to pursue consulting work and other activities.

His departure will happen just before the Center for Studying Health System Change—which was established to provide policymakers and private-sector stakeholders about changes in healthcare finance and delivery—will integrate with its sister company, Mathematica Policy Research, on Jan. 1.

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