Aaron Carroll, MD, MS
Dr. Carroll is the Director of the Center for Health Policy and Professionalism Research and an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine. He has published some of the seminal work on various types of health care reform, and continues to be a sought after speaker on cost, quality and access -and the Affordable Care Act and its implications for our future. Considered one of the leading pediatric informaticists in the U.S. he has received millions of dollars in grants to explore the use of information technology in health care. Dr. Carroll was the Primary Investigator on a grant from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality to study the true impact of malpractice claims on the practice of medicine.
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Aaron E. Carroll is a Professor of Pediatrics, Assistant Dean for Research Mentoring, and the Director of the Center for Health Policy and Professionalism Research at the Indiana University School of Medicine. He earned a BA in chemistry from Amherst College, an MD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, and an MS in health services from the University of Washington, where he was also a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar. His research focuses on the study of information technology to improve pediatric care and areas of health policy including physician malpractice, the pharmaceutical industry/physician relationship, and health care financing reform.
He is a contributor to CNN.com and Bloomberg View, and he is the co-author of two books on medical myths: Don't Swallow Your Gum: Myths, Half-Truths, and Outright Lies About Your Body and Health and Don't Cross Your Eyes: They'll Get Stuck That Way . His blog, The Incidental Economist, is one of the most well-read health policy blogs in the world. His work has been featured nearly all major international print magazines and newspapers, and he has appeared on Good Morning America, the CBS Evening News, ABC News, and The Colbert Report.
Check out Dr. Carroll's blog, The Incidental Economist.