Jason Lee has worked on healthcare issues for the US Congress, the Department of Health and Human Services, and a variety of for-profit and not-for-profit health organisations for almost 30 years. He is an accomplished author, speaker, and group facilitator. He currently directs The Open Group Healthcare Forum, a global membership organisation, which is developing a healthcare reference architecture standard.
Jason’s expertise includes healthcare payment policy, healthcare reform, HIT, healthcare quality, and a variety of technical methodologies, including statistics, study design, and enterprise architecture. He has conducted research, directed research teams, guided the funding programs of governmental organisations and foundations, and has secured funding from a variety of sources.
Jason is a bridge builder and collaboration maker. He is father of two pre-teens and lives in Massachusetts. His Ph.D. is in social psychology from the University of Michigan.