Learn more about the Jayne Koskinas Ted Giovanis Foundation for Health and Policy.
In health care, there
is a void in the policy development process for an honest independent
broker of ideas and methods to achieve the competing goals of cost
reduction, expanding access, and improving quality. Read more.
Approach and Funding
The Foundation for Health and Policy has been established as a
private operating foundation and is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3)
of the Internal Revenue Code. Read more.
Areas of Work
Through research, analysis and events the Foundation fosters a public
discussion for the public good, health and benefit of the citizens of
the United States including Medicare beneficiaries. Read more.
Informing the Foundation's priorities is an Advisory Council comprised of individuals who are very diverse in their backgrounds, geography, and organizations. These individuals have expertise in the following arenas: system, industry, hospital, management, physician, nursing, finance, policy, legal, association, etc.benefit of the citizens of the United States including Medicare beneficiaries. Read more.
Trustees & Staff
Learn more about the team behind the Foundation's operational and strategic activities Read more.