Adam C. Powell, Ph.D.
Adam C. Powell, Ph.D. is President of Payer+Provider Syndicate, a management advisory and operational consulting firm focused on the managed care and healthcare delivery industries. A healthcare economist and published author, Dr. Powell's specialty as a consultant is using quantitative techniques to examine issues concerning healthcare technology, quality, and operations. His peer-reviewed research has focused on improving healthcare quality in mHealth (mobile health) and in high-cost areas of medicine, especially those subject to prior authorization. He manages the outcomes research alliance between HealthHelp and Humana. He serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR): Mental Health, on the Scientific Advisory Board of PsyberGuide, and on the Experts Council of the Mary Christie Foundation. He additionally is known for his expertise in global health informatics, and has lectured extensively in Asia.
Dr. Powell holds a Doctorate and Master's degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he studied Health Care Management and Economics. He also holds Bachelor's degrees in Management Science and Writing from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dr. Powell is a member of the adjunct faculties of Northeastern University and Thomas Jefferson University, where he teaches Masters courses on healthcare finance, epidemiology, and global health informatics. He additionally serves on the Visiting Faculty of the Indian School of Business, where he teaches a course on health IT management in the post-graduate and executive education programs.
Dr. Powell has been featured in over two hundred articles from outlets including JAMA, CNN, Forbes, Fox, Inc., CBS News, NBC News, Reuters, U.S. News and World Report, The Advisory Board, The Christian Science Monitor, Yahoo! Finance, Becker's Hospital Review, Fierce, Healthcare Finance News, HealthLeaders Media, KevinMD, mHIMSS, Modern Healthcare, Minyanville, and Seeking Alpha.
Last updated 12/19/17