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Date:7/13/2009

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-- Ted Marmor, professor, Yale School of Management and adjunct professor at Harvard John F. Kennedy School of Government

-- Jim Morone, professor of Political Science and Urban Studies, Brown University

-- Vivek Murthy, MD, MBA, president, Doctors for America and instructor, Harvard Medical School

-- Jonathan Oberlander, assistant professor, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

-- Frank Pasquale, law professor, Seton Hall University

-- Harold Pollack, associate professor, University of Chicago School of Social Service

-- Karen Pollitz, project director, Health Policy Institute, Georgetown University

-- Robert Reich, professor, Goldman School of Public Policy, UC Berkeley

-- Mark Schlessinger, Ph.D., professor, Yale School of Public Health

-- Jeanne Silver-Isenstadt, MD, Ph.D., executive director, National Physicians Alliance

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