Cornerstone Research affiliates Stanford Associate Professor M. Kate Bundorf

11 August 2016 2 min. read
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Cornerstone Research has affiliated Stanford University Associate Professor M. Kate Bundorf. She will be called on to provide expert testimony in healthcare related cases for the firm’s clients. Bundorf’s expertise is in the health insurance markets, and she is, among others, a fellow at the Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research at Stanford School of Medicine’s Center for Health Policy.

M. Kate Bundorf has worked at Stanford University since 1999 and is an Associate Professor in health research and policy. Bundorf’s academic research is focused on the varying relationships between customers, regulations and public and private health systems. She has served as an expert witness and testified at depositions. She is a member of the Panel of Health Advisers of the US Congressional Budget Office and a board member of the Center for Health and Economy. In addition, she holds fellowships at a range of prestigious institutions and is widely venerated for the quality of her research. Bundorf briefly worked at ZS Associates as an Analyst between 1990 and 1992.

Bundorf holds a Master of Public Health and a Master of Business Administration from the University of California, Berkeley, and a PhD in Health Economics from the University of Pennsylvania - The Wharton School.

Kate Bundorf - Cornerstone Research

Cornerstone Research has announced that Bundorf has affiliated with the economic and financial consulting firm. She will provide expert testimony on behalf of the firm in a range of healthcare related cases for its clients.

Cornerstone Research President and CEO Michael E. Burton, says, “Kate is a highly respected expert on consumers’ health insurance choices, and on the economics of the healthcare industry. We are enthusiastic about her joining our growing network of healthcare experts.”

Recent affiliates
Other recent Cornerstone Research affiliations include big data expert Florian Zettelmeyer, customer behaviour expert Olivier Toubia, accounting expert Wayne Guay, as well as agricultural economics and policy expert Daniel Sumner and big data expert Anindya Ghose.