Jonathan Ingram is vice president of research at the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA). Beforing joining the FGA, Jonathan served as the director of health policy and pension reform at the Illinois Policy Institute, a non-partisan research organization dedicated to promoting personal freedom and prosperity in Illinois. While at the Institute, he developed public policy solutions, with a particular focus on patient-centered health care policies and public sector retirement reform. Jonathan has also served as a staff writer and editor-in-chief for the Journal of Legal Medicine, an internationally ranked, peer-reviewed academic journal.
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