Jack Shapiro's background includes twenty years senior marketing and market research experience in the pharmaceutical industry with the international of domestic divisions of such giants as Pfizer, Wyeth, and Bristol-Myers Squibb.
Jack Shapiro is a marketing researcher and consultant to the healthcare industry as well as a broadcast journalist and public speaker on healthcare issues. He includes among his clients, major pharmaceutical companies, advertising agencies, hospitals, and manufacturers of medical equipment, supplies and devices, insurance companies, etc. Often quoted in industry, general business and lay publications, Jack has been a frequent guest on national television and radio broadcasts, and commentator on healthcare trends in the United States and overseas. Jack has also been the host, producer, and writer of "MediPolitics," a nationally-syndicated radio show about the future of healthcare which reached more than 31 million people each week on commercial radio and the Internet.
He has spent over thirty years in the healthcare field, both domestically and performing projects abroad. Before forming his two successful companies, Jack M. Shapiro Healthcare Marketing Research and Management Consulting, INC. and New Paradigm Healthcare Marketing, INC., Jack held high-level management positions in marketing and market-research with healthcare giants such as: The American Home Products Corporation (Ayerst Laboratories Division), American Cyanamid (Lederle Laboratories Division), Pfizer International, E.R. Squibb, and Upjohn International.
Jack holds a B.A. in history and economics from the University of Miami, and did his graduate work in international business, economics and marketing at The American Graduate School for International Management and Western Michigan University.
Jack is currently writing a book about the future of healthcare, based on his long career in this field, interviews conducted on his radio show, and a major national survey of American consumers.
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The future of healthcare
Obamacare and healthcare reform
Why we are the “healthcare economy”
Healthcare management and policy
Quality of American healthcare
The physician and nursing shortage
Rise of the ACOs
Immigration and the physician/nursing shortage
Innovation in healthcare
Medical patents and exclusivity
"It reinforced my view that healthcare will be the deciding political issue of the next 50 years."
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