Robert Graboyes

Robert Graboyes, PhD, is a senior research fellow and health-care scholar at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. Author of Fortress and Frontier in American Health Care, his work asks, “How can we make health care as innovative in the next 25 years as information technology was in the past 25?”
Previously, he was health-care adviser for the National Federation of Independent Business…economics professor at University of Richmond…regional economist/director of education at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond…and Sub-Saharan Africa economist for Chase Manhattan Bank. An award-winning teacher, he holds faculty appointments at Virginia Commonwealth University and University of Virginia. Previously he taught at George Mason University and George Washington University and won the Reason Foundation’s 2014 Bastiat Prize for Journalism.

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As Mid-Term Elections Approach, Here’s What You Need to Know About Single-Payer Health Care

In this edition of the Bottom Line Advocator, Dr. Robert Graboyes breaks down the cost implications of the health-care system and the considerations of a single-payer option with B...

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How Much Single-Payer Health Care Would Really Cost

Medicare for All, the idea that the government pays for health care, is gaining steam. But how much would it really cost? Or save? Here are the numbers.