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Carol A. Lockhart is President of C. Lockhart Associates, a health systems relations and policy consulting firm in Phoenix, Arizona. She is the author of numerous publications on health policy issues, has consulted extensively with state, regional and national organizations; has held faculty positions at Arizona State University's School of Health Administration and Policy and College of Nursing, and is currently an Associate Clinical Professor at the Boston University School of Public Health, Center for International Health. Dr. Lockhart holds the Ph.D. degree in Health Policy from the Heller Graduate School at Brandeis University, where she was a Pew Doctoral Fellow.

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