Janemarie Mulvey

Janemarie Mulvey

Economist and award-winning author Janemarie Mulvey, PhD, has more than twenty-five years' experience in the analysis of health and long-term-care financing, taxation, and retirement security issues. Recently serving as a senior health economist at the Congressional Research while the Affordable Care Act was enacted, Dr. Mulvey advised Congress on key issues of the law, as well as the nuances and complexities relating to implementation. She also served as chief economist and director of research for the Small Business Administration's Office of Advocacy.

Dr. Mulvey holds a PhD in economics from George Mason University, and an MA and a BS in economics from the University of Maryland. Her extensive career includes director of the economic research departments at the College of American Pathologists and the American Council of Life Insurers, and deputy director of the Research Information Center at Towers Watson (formerly Watson Wyatt Worldwide). Earlier in her career, she was an economist at the Urban Institute and AARP.

She is the author of Health Reform: What Small Business Need to Know Now!.

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Janemarie Mulvey joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how the two political parties will use healthcare as a debate issue to gain new voters during the election cycle.
Janemarie Mulvey joins Jim Blasingame to report on the onerous compliance requirements of Obamacare on small businesses with between 50 and 100 employees.
Janemarie Mulvey joins Jim Blasingame to report on a new law signed by President Obama that changes the way small companies offer health insurance and comply with the law.