Avik Roy

Bipartisan Policy Center / Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity

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Avik Roy is a senior advisor at the Bipartisan Policy Center and the co-founder and president of the Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity. He writes on healthcare policy for the National Review Online and Forbes.

Roy formerly served as a healthcare analyst at Monness, Crespi, Hardt & Company, a boutique brokerage in New York and as a member of the Board of Policy Advisors for the Heartland Institute, a free market policy think-tank.

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