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Avik Roy

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About Avik Roy


Location: Austin, TX

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Avik Roy is America's leading conservative thinker on health care reform. He has advised three presidential candidates, including Marco Rubio and Mitt Romney. The New York Times' Paul Krugman describes him as man of “personal and moral courage,” while National Review calls him "one of the GOP's sharpest policy minds.”

Roy is President of the Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity, a non-profit, non-partisan think tank devoted to expanding economic opportunity to those who least have it. His work has been praised widely on both the right and the left.  As the Senior Advisor to Rick Perry’s presidential campaign in 2015, Roy was also the lead author of Gov. Perry’s major policy speeches. The Wall Street Journal called Perry’s address on intergenerational black poverty “the speech of the campaign so far.” 

Roy also serves as the Opinion Editor at Forbes, where he writes on politics and policy, and manages The Apothecary, the influential Forbes blog on health care policy and entitlement reform. NBC’s Chuck Todd, on Meet the Press, said Roy was one “of the most thoughtful guys [who has] been debating” health care reform. MSNBC’s Chris Hayes calls The Apothecary “one of the best takes from conservatives on that set of issues.” Ezra Klein, in the Washington Post, called The Apothecary one of the few “blogs I disagree with [that] I check daily.”

Roy is the author of How Medicaid Fails the Poor, published by Encounter Books in 2013, and Transcending Obamacare: A Patient-Centered Plan for Near-Universal Coverage and Permanent Fiscal Solvency. He serves on the advisory board of the National Institute for Health Care Management, and co-chaired the Fixing Veterans Health Care PolicyTaskforce.

Roy’s writing has also appeared in The WallStreet Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today, The Atlantic, National Review, The Weekly Standard, and National Affairs, among other publications.

He is a frequent guest on television news programs, including appearances on Fox News, Fox Business, NBC, MSNBC, CNBC, Bloomberg, CBS, PBS, and HBO.

From 2011 to 2016, Roy served as a Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, where he conducted research on the Affordable Care Act, entitlement reform, universal coverage, international health systems, and FDA policy. Previously, he served as an analyst and portfolio manager at Bain Capital, J.P. Morgan, and other firms.

He was born and raised near Detroit, Michigan, and graduated from high school in San Antonio, Texas. USA Today named him to its All-USA High School Academic First Team, honoring the top 20 high school seniors in the country. Roy was educated at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he studied molecular biology, and the Yale University School of Medicine.