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- Scott Harrington Professor, health-care management and insurance and risk management, University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School
- James Firman President and CEO, National Council on Aging
- Richard Foster Chief actuary, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
- Sandy Praeger Kansas Insurance Commissioner and chair of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, Health Insurance and Managed Care Committee
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