Miller focuses on restoring individual choice, control and responsibility to the U.S. health care system. He directs a research program that emphasizes expanded health care financing and purchasing options. Specific areas of study include defined contribution alternatives for individuals covered by employer-sponsored health plans, Medical Savings Accounts, restructuring Medicare to increase private insurance options, and unleashing the potential of e-commerce in the health marketplace. His writing has been published in the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Reader’s Digest, Reason, and The American Spectator. Before joining Cato, Miller spent 14 years at the Competitive Enterprise Institute as director of economic policy studies and as a senior policy analyst. He previously was a trial attorney, a broadcaster and a journalist. Miller holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from New York University and a law degree from Duke University.
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