Rind, 56, will oversee analyses and critical reviews of a range of clinical interventions. He will also guide policy discussions at the Boston-based not-for-profit research institute.
Rind, a primary-care physician, previously worked as an editor of UpToDate, a resource that assists clinicians in decision-making. He trained physician editors in such subject areas as clinical epidemiology, biostatistics and evidence-based medicine.
In September, ICER began releasing reports that compare the clinical effectiveness of drugs, their prices and their potential impact on the economy before the medications are federally approved and enter the market.
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Michael Sandler does general assignment reporting as well as reporting on hospital system finances. He earned a master's degree in journalism from Columbia College in Chicago in 2012 after earning a bachelor’s degree from Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee. Joined Modern Healthcare in 2013.Follow on Twitter