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Understanding Medicaid is the first step in being able to offer sound solutions to its challenges. There are few people as knowledgeable about all facets of Medicaid than Katherine Restrepo, and BRI was honored to have her speak at our 6th Annual Leadership Conference about common sense approaches to Medicaid reform.
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Katherine Restrepo is the former Director of Health Care Policy at the John Locke Foundation. Before joining the John Locke Foundation, she interned at the Cato Institute under the direction of Michael Cannon, Director of Health Policy Studies. Katherine graduated from McDaniel College with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Spanish along with a minor in Communication. She earned her master’s degree in healthcare administration at the University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health. She is also a contributor to Forbes. Her research and expertise extends to freedom-advancing healthcare innovations such as Direct Primary Care and telemedicine.
Ms. Restrepo appears frequently on panels and debates in support of free market healthcare reform.