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Background Information

Employment History

Republican Bob Dole


Republican Sen


Affiliations

National Institute

Switzer Distinguished Fellow


Education

Ph.D.

clinical psychology

State University of New York at Stony Brook


B.S.

University of Massachusetts


Web References(21 Total References)


www.kaiserhealthnews.org

Alec Vachon has his doubts about the workability of a GOP proposal - called premium support - to transform Medicare into a system of limited government help.
Vachon, a health care consultant who worked for top Republicans on Capitol Hill for more than a decade, says the idea, put forth last week by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, would be a problem if federal contributions were insufficient to help seniors buy an insurance policy. Vachon worked for Republican Bob Dole when he was Senate majority leader and then for the Senate Finance Committee, which has jurisdiction over health care issues. Vachon left Capitol Hill in 2001 to start Hamilton PPB, where he advises investors. Marilyn Werber Serafini of Kaiser Health News recently spoke with Vachon, and edited excerpts of the interview follow.


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Washington, D.C., United States (KaiserHealth) - Alec Vachon has his doubts about the workability of a GOP proposal - called premium support - to transform Medicare into a system of limited government help.
Vachon, a health care consultant who worked for top Republicans on Capitol Hill for more than a decade, says the idea, put forth last week by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, would be a problem if federal contributions were insufficient to help seniors buy an insurance policy. Vachon worked for Republican Bob Dole when he was Senate majority leader and then for the Senate Finance Committee, which has jurisdiction over health care issues. Vachon left Capitol Hill in 2001 to start Hamilton PPB, where he advises investors. Marilyn Werber Serafini of Kaiser Health News recently spoke with Vachon, and edited excerpts of the interview follow. Tags: 'Pure, Alec Vachon, Bob Dole, budget, Capitol Hill, Care, Chairman Paul Ryan, D.C., Hamilton, Health, health care consultant, Marilyn Werber, medical inflation, Medicare, medicare entitlement, Plan, Policy, private health insurance, Robin Toner, Ryan, senate finance committee, senate majority leader, Solution, United States, Washington, Wisconsin


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Alec Vachon, who once worked for Republican Sen.


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Dr. Alec Vachon is a seasoned public policy professional, whose expertise includes healthcare and disability issues.Prior to the Senate, Dr. Vachon was a consultant on health and disability policy issues, with specific expertise in end-stage renal disease and other chronic disease issues and head of the National Disability Policy Center.Earlier, he was a Switzer Distinguished Fellow of the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (in residence at Columbia University).He received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.Dr. Vachon received his B.S. (magma cum laude) from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, where he was a Commonwealth Scholar and elected Phi Beta Kappa.


www.wqad.com

"To hold the president accountable for every single provision he advocates for is simply unreasonable," said Alec Vachon, a health policy consultant and former Republican Capitol Hill aide.


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