Chair, Global Health
Associate Professor, Global Health
Yale University, JD
- Office: Crosstown Center, CT387
- Phone: 617-414-1443
- Email: email@example.com
Rich Feeley, JD, is a lawyer who began his career in the United States with government agencies managing publicly funded health insurance and the regulation of health providers. Since then, he has worked on problems of health financing and management in more than 25 developing countries. Most recently, his work has focused on the economic and social impact of AIDS in Africa, quantifying the effect on health and legal professionals in Zambia and private employers in Ethiopia and Uganda. He has also been active in developing private sector provision of HIV/AIDS care and the financing for these services. In Namibia, he has worked with local and Dutch partners in the development of low-cost medical schemes covering HIV/AIDS and directed a study of the costs and benefits to employers of enrolling workers in such plans. He has led evaluations of public private partnerships, including antiretroviral treatment in Uganda, and mobile testing and primary care clinics in Namibia. He recently worked with an Abt Associates team assessing the private health sector in Kenya and Namibia and the Caribbean. He has consulted on the reform of health laws and regulations in Zambia, Russia, and Vietnam, and on the financing of health care in Armenia. He is now Chair of the Department of Global Health at Boston University School of Public Health, and teaches courses on comparative health systems, consulting skills and public health writing. He holds an undergraduate degree from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University and a JD from Yale University.
- Costs and Outcomes of Delivering Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) in the Private and Public Sectors in Uganda
- Evaluation of Mobile Multi-Disease Screening Clinic (Bophelo!)
- Exploring Public Private Partnerships for the Treatment and Prevention of HIV/AIDS (Associate Award)
- Impact of HIV/AIDS on Four Sectors in Zambia (Tourism, Agriculture, Health Care, and Judiciary)
- Improving Quality and Access to Health Care through Mobile Health Clinics in Windhoek, Namibia
- Increasing OVC’s Access to Health Care through Expansion of Mobile Clinics in Namibia
- Population, Health, and Nutrition Technical Assistance and Support Contract, 3 (TASC3)
- Private Sector Health Strategy
- Strengthening Health Systems in Armenia
- Supply and Financing of HIV/AIDS Services in Sub-Saharan Africa
- The Impact on Employer Operating Costs of Low-Cost Health Insurance Including an HIV/Treatment Benefit
Pardee Center Task Force Report: Remittance Flows to Post-Conflict States: Perspectives on Human Security and Development. 2013 Oct; 127-132.
Strengthening capacity for AIDS vaccine research: analysis of the Pfizer Global Health Fellows Program and the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative
BMC Health Services Research. 2013 Oct; 13(378):1-12.
Rural and Remote Health. 2013 Sep; 13(2380).
Washington, DC: USAID Project SEARCH; 2012 Nov.
Impact on Health Status of Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) in Namibia of Mobile Primary Care Clinics Provided by the Mister Sister Public Private Partnership
Washington, DC: USAID Project SEARCH; 2012 Aug.
Diabetes, HIV and other health determinants associated with absenteeism among formal sector workers in Namibia
BMC Public Health. 2012 Jan; 12(44):24.
Public Administration and Development. 2012 Jan; 32:49-63.
La Riforma dei Servizi Sanitari Negli Stati Uniti. Alcune Considerazioni alla Luce dell’Esperienza del Massachusetts
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Comparison of Key Unit Costs and Outcomes for Mobile and Fixed Site Screening / Testing Programs in Namibia
Boston, MA: Health and Development Discussion Paper Series; 2010 Nov.
Economic and Quality of Life Outcomes of Antiretroviral Therapy for HIV/AIDS in Developing Countries: a Systematic Literature Review
AIDS Care. 2009 Dec; 21(11):1343-56.
Where There is no Obstetrician–Increasing Capacity for Emergency Obstetric Care in Rural India: An Evaluation of a Pilot Program to Train General Doctors
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USAID/PSP One. Bethesda, MD: PSP-One USAID; 2009.
The changing HIV/AIDS landscape : selected papers for the World Bank's agenda for action in Africa, 2007-2011. Lule Elizabeth, Seifman Richard, David Antonio C., World Bank.. Washington DC: World Bank; 2009.
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A Successful Workplace Program for Voluntary Counseling and Testing and Treatment of HIV/AIDS at Heineken, Rwanda
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Public-Private Partnerships to Build Human Capacity in Low Income Countries: Findings from the Pfizer Program
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Corporate Social Responsibility in Global Health: The Pfizer Global Health Fellows International Volunteering Program
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Suggestions for Structuring the Health Care Marketplace: A Review of Regulation of Health Providers and Health Insurance in Georgia
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How Corporate Social Responsibility Programs Help Build Human Capacity in Low Income Countries: An Evaluation of the Pfizer Global Health Fellows Program
133rd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association abstract selection committee; 2006 Nov 1; Washington, D.C..
Philanthropy and Public-Private Partnership: Measuring the Impact of the Pfizer Global Health Fellows Program
XVI International AIDS Conference abstract selection committee; 2006 Aug 13; Toronto.
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Assessing the Potential for Insurance and Other Private Sector Financing Mechanisms to Increase Access to HIV/AIDS Services in Sub-Saharan Africa
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Cost Impact of HIV/AIDS Infections in the Professional Labor Force in the Zambian Health Care System
XVth International AIDS Conference; 2004 Jul 1; Bangkok, Thailand.
Boston, MA: Boston University Center for International Health and Development (USAID Funded); 2004.
Boston, MA: Boston University Center for International Health and Development (USAID Funded); 2004.
Commercial Market Strategies Project (USAID)/Country Research Series. Washington, D.C.: Commercial Market Strategies (USAID); 2004.
Boston, MA: Center for International Health and Development, Boston University School of Public Health; 2004.
Technical Assistance in Developing Private Sector Resources for the Treatment of HIV/AIDS in Namibia
Commercial Market Strategies in conjunction with Pharmaccess International (USAID Funded). Washington D. C.: Commercial Market Strategies; 2004.
Boston, MA: Center for International Health and Development; 2004.
Comparative Analysis of Schizophrenia Treatment Guidelines in the United States and the Russian Federation: Bridging Eastern and Western Psychiatry
Boston, MA: Center for International Health, Boston University School of Public Health; 2004.
Commercial Market Strategies Project (USAID). Washington, D.C.: Commercial Market Strategies (USAID); 2003.
Health Financing in Ghana; Willingness to Pay for Normal Delivery Benefits in a Community Health Insurance Plan
Commercial Market Strategies Project (USAID). Washington, D.C.: Commercial Markety Strategies, USAID; 2002.
Social Reinsurance: A New Approach to Sustainable Community Health Financing. Dror David M., Preker A. S.. Washington, D.C.: World Bank; 2002.
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Commercial Market Strategies Project. Washington D.C.: Commercial Market Strategies; 2002.
Center for International Health, Boston University School of Public Health; 2002 Jan 1; Boston, MA.
Boston, MA: Department of International Health, Boston University School of Public Health; 2002.
Boston, MA: Boston University School of Public Health Center for International Health; 2001.
Final Report. Boston, MA: Boston University School of Public Health; 2001.
The Role of Insurance Mechanisms in Improving Access to Private Sector Primary and Reproductive Health Care
Report of an Expert Panel. Washington D.C.: Commercial Market Strategies; 2000.
Technical Assistance in the Reform of Health Laws and Regulations in Russia. Boston, MA: Center for International Health, Boston University School of Public Health; 1998.
Developing the Private Sector in Family Planning; Assessment of the Current Situation with Suggested Projects to Be Considered for Funding under the Forthcoming Asian Development Bank Loan
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PROFIT Project for USAID. Washington, D.C.: USAID; 1994.
Task 5 Report. Sri Jayawardenapura Kotte: Ministry of Health, Sri Lanka; 1994.
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