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APPENDIX 2 PRIVATE SECTOR LIAISON PANEL E. R. Atkinson, Corporate Technical Affairs Manager, American Hospital Supply Corporation, Evanston, Illinois Albert C. Baker, Sr., Deputy Director, Federation of American Hospitals, Washington, D.C. Peggy Baker, Becton Division, Washington, D.C. John R. Bal 1, Associate Executive Vice President, American Cal lege of Physicians, Washington, D.C . Richard Berman, Executive Vice President, New York University Medical Center, New York, New York Charles A. Berry, President, National Foundation for Prevention of Disease, Houston, Texas John Bunker, Stanford University, Stanford, California Burton E. Burton, Senior Vice President, Aetna Life and Casualty, Hartford, Connecticut Nancy Cahill, Executive Assistant, American Medical Association, Chicago, Illinois John Crosby, Vice President and General Counsel, National Association of Independent Insurers, Des Plaines, Illinois Helen Darling, Director, Human Resources Studies, Government Research Corporat ion, Washington, D ~ C. Palmer Dearing, Medical Consultant, Blue Cross/Blue Shiel Associations, Washington, D.C. William Dolph, Jr., Associate Division Director for Scientific Policy, American Medical Association, Chicago, Illinois Raymond L. Dross, Vice President and Medical Director, The Prudential Insurance Company of America' Newark, New Jersey Merlin K. DuVal, President' Associated Hospital Systems, Phoenix, Arizona 28

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Robert H. Ebert, President, Milbank Memorial Fund, New York, New York Harry Emlet, Vice President for Health Systems, ANSER, Arlington, Virginia James C. Folsom, Director, International Center for the Disabled, New York, New York Willis Goldbeck, President, Washington Business Group on Health, Washington, D.C. Ruth S. Hanft, consultant, Washington, D .C. Reed B. Barker, Vice President, University of Utah Research Institute, Salt Lake City, Utah Charles V. Heck, Executive Director, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Chicago, Illinois Edward J. Hinman, Executive Director, Group Health Associations, Inc., Washington, D.C. John R. Hogness, President, Association for Academic Health Centers, Washington, D.C. Stanley B. Jones, Principal, Health Policy Alternatives, Washington, D.C. Mary N. Lehnhard, Vice President, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, Washington, D.C. Larry Lewin, President, Lewin and Associates, Inc., Washington, D.C. Robert S. Long, Associate Medical Director, Mutual of Omaha, Omaha, Nebraska L.M. Magner, Staff Consultant, Central Research & Development Department,-E.I. Du Pont De Nemours & Company, Inc., Wilmington, Delaware Robert G. McCune, Division Staff Manager, National Electrical Manufacturers Association, Washington, D.C. Walter McNerney, Pro lessor of Health Policy, Program in Hospital and Health Services Management, Northwestern University, Winnetka, Illinois 29

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Michael J. Miller, Executive Director, Association for Advancement of Medical Instrumentation, Arlington, Virginia Robert M. Moliter, Manager, Government and Industry Affairs, Medical Systems Business Operations, General Electric Company, Washington, D.C. Bernard W. Nelson, Executive Vice President, The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, Menlo Park, California Joel Nobel, President, ECRI, Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania Louis Orsini, Vice President, Division of Consumer and Professional Affairs, Health Insurance Association of America, New York, New York Morris Parloff, Chief, Psychotherapy and Behavioral Intervention, National Institute of Mental Health, Rock~ille, Maryland Seymour Perry, Senior Fellow, Institute for Health Policy Analysis, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, D.C. Roger Platt, Assistant Dean, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Medical Director, Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, Bronx, New York W. Gerald Rainer, Secretary, Society of Thoracic Surgeons, Denver, Co lorado Wayne Roe, Director, Research and Economic Studies, Health Industry Manufacturers Association, Washington, D. C. F. David Rollo, Vice President, Medical At fairs and Advanced Medical Technology, Humana Incorporated, Louisvil le. Kentucky Bert Seidman, Director, Department of Social Security9 AFL/CID, Washington, D.C. Ralph W. Schaffarzick, Senior Vice President and Medical Director, Blue Shield of California, San Francisco, California Henry E. Simmons, Principal' Peat, Marwick, Mitchell and Company, Washington, D.Co Geoffrey Smith, Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association, Washington ~ D O C ~ Chester Strobel, Program Officer, Planning and Evaluation, The John A. Hartford Foundation, Incorporated, New York, New York 30

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William H. Stuart, Atlanta, Georgia Malin Van Antwerp, Senior Policy Analyst, ECRI, Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania Karen Young' Senior Legislative Research Analyst, CICNA Corporation, Hartford, Connecticut 31