Healthcare economist featured by CNN, Forbes, and Reuters. Adjunct Professor of health IT, healthcare technology adoption, and epidemiology at Northeastern University and the Indian School of Business.
I met Adam during our Summer 2004 internship program at UBS. It was a pleasure working with Adam as he is both a team player and highly self motivated. He has a natural intelligence for research and took on various projects on emerging economic trends. He is highly analytical and always carried himself in a professional demeanor. As a teammate, he was resourceful, polite and always willing to help.
I worked with Adam briefly and was impressed by his broad command of healthcare knowledge, constant curiosity, and data-driven approach to problem solving.
I had the pleasure of working with Adam on a payer strategy project and was impressed by his intelligence, good character and very strong knowledge of the post-reform healthcare space. I hope to have the chance to work with him again soon.
I supervised Adam when he served as the Vice President of Consulting of the Penn Biotech Group. From working with him, I feel that he is
knowledgeable, reliable, and a good leader. He goes the extra mile to ensure that clients are satisfied with the project deliverable. As an effective manager, he was able to get the best out of his team. He took initiative in sourcing new avenues of sponsorship for our group and offered constant guidance on career plans to other members.
Adam built us a payer practice for the consulting division by bringing in two major clients. His extensive knowledge of the sector and effective supervision of project teams helped achieve a successful deliverable and ensured repeat business.
Adam has made a lasting and positive impact on our group. He will be an asset to any organization.