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J.D. Kleinke is a medical economist, author, health care business strategist,
and entrepreneur. He has been instrumental in the creation of four health care
information organizations, served on the Boards of several public and privately
held health care companies, and advised both sides of the political aisle on
pragmatic approaches to health policy and legislation. He is a mentor to several
health care start-ups, a member of The Wall Street Journal Panel Expert,
and a regular contributor to The Huffington Post.
In 2012, he was a Resident Fellow of the American Enterprise Institute. Prior
to joining AEI, Kleinke was Co-Founder and CEO of Mount Tabor, a health care
information technology development company created in 2007 to plan, design,
build, test and launch systems for the transformation and movement of electronic
medical information. In 2004, he founded the Omnimedix Institute, a 501-c-3
charitable organization dedicated to the development and promotion of technologies
that give patients and their families safe and secure access to, and control
over, their own medical data. Prior to creating Omnimedix, Mr. Kleinke helped
establish Health Grades Inc., which he served as Executive Vice Chairman of
the Board until 2006.
In the 1990s, J.D. Kleinke helped grow HCIA/Solucient from a niche hospital
data analysis firm into a pioneering, publicly-traded health information products
and services company. Before joining HCIA, he was Director of Corporate Programs
at Sheppard Pratt Health System, the largest private psychiatric hospital in
the U.S. While at Sheppard Pratt, Kleinke developed and managed - at the age
of 28 - the nationís first provider-based, managed mental health care
J.D. Kleinke is the author of two books on the U.S. health care system - Bleeding
Edge: The Business of Health Care in the New Century (1998) and Oxymorons:
The Myth of a US Health Care System (2001) - and Catching Babies
(2011), a novel that explores the training and culture of obstetric medicine.
His work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Barronís,
Health Affairs, JAMA, the British Medical Journal, Modern Healthcare, Managed
Healthcare, Forbes.com, The Health Care Blog, RealClearMarkets, and The
BOOKS Search For A Book
- Catching Babies (2011)
- Oxymorons: The Myth of a U.S. Health Care System (2001)
- Bleeding Edge: The Business of Health Care in the New Century (1998)
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