David Ennis

David Ennis is a 1972 graduate of the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business (now Booth). Prior to retiring, he had spent over forty years in the healthcare market in hospital management and in strategic consulting across the US and in Canada. He has maintained a keen interest in healthcare through the study of health economics research and health policy proposals.

The Unchecked Market Power of the American Health Care System

Chicago Booth alumnus and retired health care consultant David W. Ennis responds to ProMarket’s recent coverage on antitrust and the US health...

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Event Notes: Whose Business is Health?

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Why Disruptive Innovation Has Declined Since 2000

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