Invitation to Aetna/Humana and Anthem/Cigna Conference Call with Diana Moss and Tim Greaney of AAI on January 20

Jan 19 2016
AAI Announcements

Last week, the American Antitrust Institute (AAI) published an open letter to DOJ Antitrust Division Chief Bill Baer, urging the Division to "just say no" to the proposed mergers of Aetna/Humana and Anthem/Cigna. On Wednesday, January 20 at 2 p.m. ET, The Capitol Forum will host a conference call with AAI President Diana Moss and AAI Advisor Tim Greaney to discuss the letter, as well as their views of the proposed managed care deals' potential competitive implications.

Call Date, Time, and RSVP Instructions
Wednesday, January 20th at 2:00pm ET
Toll-free dial-in number: 888-632-3381
To receive the conference ID, or for international dial-in information, please RSVP to editorial@thecapitolforum.com.

Diana Moss’s Bio
Diana Moss became the President of the American Antitrust Institute in January 2015.  An economist, Dr. Moss has developed and expanded AAI’s advocacy channels and strategies, and strengthened communications with enforcers, Congress, other advocacy groups, and the media. Her work spans both antitrust and regulation, with industry expertise in electricity, petroleum, agriculture, airlines, telecommunications, and healthcare. Before joining AAI, Dr. Moss was a senior staff economist at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission where she coordinated competition analysis for electricity mergers. Dr. Moss has spoken widely on various topics on antitrust and regulation, testified before Congress, appeared before state and federal regulatory commissions, and made numerous radio and television appearances. Dr. Moss holds a M.A. degree from the University of Denver and a Ph.D. from the Colorado School of Mines.

Tim Greaney's Bio
Tim Greaney is a member of AAI’s Advisory Board and is the Chester A. Myers Professor of Law and the co-Director of the Center for Health Law Studies at Saint Louis University School of Law. A nationally recognized expert on health care and antitrust law, Professor Greaney previously worked in the DOJ’s Antitrust Division, where he was the Assistant Chief in charge of antitrust matters in health care. His career at Justice spanned ten years and involved civil and criminal antitrust litigation in health care, banking, communications and other regulated industries as well as policy formulation and legislative matters. A graduate of Harvard Law School, Professor Greaney began his career as a legislative assistant on Capitol Hill and as a law clerk with the Federal Communications Commission.