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THE ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON HEALTH POLICY FELLOWSHIPS PROGRAM: Directory of Fellows 1985–1986 FELLOWS John F. Eisold Charles M. Helms Jerome A. Paulson Richard E. Rieselbach Kenneth W. Rowe, Jr. Thomas G. Rundall
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THE ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON HEALTH POLICY FELLOWSHIPS PROGRAM: Directory of Fellows John F. Eisold, M.D., F.A.C.P. Work: Office of the Attending Physician United States Capitol Washington, D.C. 20515 (202) 225-5421 Home: 7 Old Creek Court Rockville, Maryland 20854 (301) 279-0963 Education: B.A., physics, Dartmouth College, 1968 M.D., Dartmouth Medical School, 1976 Expertise: Geriatrics Medical education Department of Defense health policy
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THE ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON HEALTH POLICY FELLOWSHIPS PROGRAM: Directory of Fellows Charles M. Helms, M.D., Ph.D. Work: Professor Department of Internal Medicine University of Iowa College of Medicine SW54-11, General Hospital Iowa City, Iowa 52242 (319) 356-1773 FAX (319) 356-4600 Home: 1945 Graslon Drive Iowa City, Iowa 52246 (319) 354-5901 Education: A.B., Cornell University, 1964 Ph.D., University of Rochester, 1969 M.D., University of Rochester, 1971 Expertise: Health care reform Vaccine and immunization policy Quality of care
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THE ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON HEALTH POLICY FELLOWSHIPS PROGRAM: Directory of Fellows Jerome A. Paulson, M.D. Work: Associate Professor of Health Care Sciences and Pediatrics The George Washington University School of Medicine 2150 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20036-2396 (202) 994-9914 FAX (202) 994-4861 Home: 1113 N. Howard St. Alexandria, Virginia 22304-1627 (703) 461-7683 Education: B.S., University of Maryland, 1971 M.D., Duke University, 1979 Expertise: Primary care pediatrics Organization of child health delivery services Lead poisoning
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THE ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON HEALTH POLICY FELLOWSHIPS PROGRAM: Directory of Fellows Richard E. Rieselbach, M.D. Work: Professor and Vice-Chair Department of Medicine University of Wisconsin-Madison Medical School H4/518, Clinical Science Center 600 Highland Avenue Madison, Wisconsin 53792 (608) 263-2778 FAX (608) 263-0568 Home: 1022 Hillside Avenue Madison, Wisconsin 53705 (608) 233-0517 Education: B.S., University of Wisconsin M.D., Harvard Medical School Expertise: Clinical nephrology and renal physiology Internal medicine graduate medical education Physician workforce planning and funding of graduate medical education
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THE ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON HEALTH POLICY FELLOWSHIPS PROGRAM: Directory of Fellows Kenneth W. Rowe, Jr., M.D. Work: Senior Vice President for Medical Affairs Conemaugh Valley Memorial Hospital 1086 Franklin Street Johnstown, Pennsylvania 15905 (814) 533-9721 FAX (814) 533-3201 Home: RD 5, Box 300 Johnstown, Pennsylvania 15905 (814) 255-2838 Education: B.A., Carleton College, 1955 M.D., Harvard Medical School, 1959 Expertise: Opthamology Hospital administration Total quality management
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THE ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON HEALTH POLICY FELLOWSHIPS PROGRAM: Directory of Fellows Thomas G. Rundall, Ph.D. Work: Professor of Health Policy and Administration Director, Graduate Program in Health Services Management School of Public Health University of California, Berkeley 416 Warren Hall Berkeley, California 94720-7360 (510) 642-4606 FAX (510) 643-6981 INTERNET: email@example.com Home: 68 Ardilla Road Orinda, California 94563 (510) 254-1518 Education: Ph.D., Stanford University Expertise: Health services management Organizational networks/strategic alliances Managed care
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