About the Authors

Fran├žois de Brantes is Executive Director of the Health Care Incentives Improvement Institute where he leads the organization's efforts to accelerate the transformation of the health care industry into delivering greater value. Fran├žois has been published in a number of journals including the New England Journal of Medicine, Health Affairs, the American Journal of Managed Care, and some of his work has been featured in articles in the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. He can be reached at francois.debrantes@hci3.org.

Bob Conte is a business writer, editor, and communications consultant based in southern New Hampshire. He works with a broad range of local, national and global companies; marketing communications and media production firms; nonprofit and educational institutions; and others. Previously, Bob was creative director for one of New England's leading advertising and marketing agencies. He has won many industry awards for his work across the communications spectrum. Bob is also the author of a textbook on American music. He can be reached at bob@bobconte.com.

Kriss Wittmann is the principal artist at Wittmann Studios, a firm that specializes in creating illustrations that translate complex concepts into simple pictures. She can be reached at kwittm01@comcast.net.

John Milano designed the cover and is an experienced and accomplished graphic designer. He can be reached at john@designers-touch.net.

Jenna T. Sirkin is a health services researcher at the Schneider Institutes for Health Policy, Brandeis University and co-author of the book, Breaking the poverty cycle: The human basis for sustainable development. She can be reached at jsirkin@brandeis.edu.


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