Moneyball and the Future of Health Policy

Tuesday, August 31, 2021 | 9-10:30am


In his 2003 bestseller ”Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game”, author Michael Lewis told the story of how Oakland A’s General Manager Billy Beane used analytics to assemble a competitive baseball team despite having a (relatively) miniscule budget. Operating on a shoe-string budget, Beane and his team of data analysts used a revolutionary method of identifying hidden value in underpriced talent; a method that has since upended the whole of professional sports. As politicians across the country continue to fall back on the same old health policy talking points, how can we take the lessons from Moneyball to create a new vision of health policy?


Please join GPAHU President Scott Wham, Esq., Director of Compliance and Innovation at Kistler Tiffany Benefits, as he explores how the lessons from Moneyball can be used to shape a new path for health policy, influence how we position our value-proposition with our clients, and identify opportunities for improving the everyday health of the individuals we serve.









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Tuesday, August 31 2021

Time: 9am -10.30am

Cost: FREE for GPAHU members, $15 for Non-members

This will be a virtual presentation. You will be emailed a link for the presentation.

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Moneyball and the Future of Health Policy

August 31, 2021
 9:00 am - 10:30 am