spring 2018

Class Notes

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  • HILL RAYMOND DOWNING published his latest book, Global Health Means Listening, through Manqa Books in Nairobi, Kenya. The collected writings in it reflect on his thirty years working in health care in Africa. “Global health can help to ensure its relevance and effectiveness by continuing to monitor not just what happens to people, but especially what those people think about what’s happening to them,” Downing writes.

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  • MEDICAL GEORGIA TUTTLE received the key to the city of Lebanon, New Hampshire, and recognition from New Hampshire Executive Councilor Joseph Kenney and New Hampshire Governor Christopher Sununu, who honored her as the longest-serving mayor in the history of the city. She served nine years on the city council, one year as assistant mayor, and eight consecutive years as mayor. She also became the fifth recipient of the prestigious Josiah Bartlett Award. Among the accomplishments cited during the awards ceremony was her mostly successful nine-year effort to return the funds from a $110 million class action lawsuit to their rightful owners—physicians and other health-care providers or their heirs in forty-five states around the country and seven countries around the world. Tuttle was able to return 98.6 percent of those funds.

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  • ENGINEERING JOHN C. ROBINSON, vice president of industrial gases in the northern region, Americas, for air products, was elected to serve a three-year term on the board of directors of Team Pennsylvania, a charitable organization established in 1997 to bring government and private sector leaders together for the betterment of the state.

  • HILL TED SLAFSKY, the president and chief executive officer of 340B Health, recently celebrated the twenty-fifth anniversary of the 340B Drug Pricing Program, a federal program that lowers the price of many prescription drugs purchased by hospitals, clinics, and health systems serving rural communities and communities with high numbers of low-income patients. At 340B Health, he is fending off attacks on the 340B Drug Pricing Program by the pharmaceutical industry. He lives in northern Virginia with his wife and children. You can follow him on Twitter @tslafsky.

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