Health Care Policy Expert and MET Chair Diagnoses Hidden Costs of Transplants
MET Associate Professor John D. Sullivan says that managing the cost of health care and wellness faces a crossroads, and that the most remedying route is early action.
Dr. Sullivan, who chairs MET’s Department of Administrative Sciences and specializes in health care policy and finance, rebutted a recent op-ed relating to organ donation and transplants in the Boston Globe, writing that well-intentioned incentive programs can often lead to unintended consequences, where “the poor. . . ultimately pay the price.”
Read more of Dr. Sullivan’s perspective in the Boston Globe.