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Rodney W. Sappington, Ph D (ABD) is president and
CEO of Sappington & Associates. His research is part of
a multi-year investigation into the social and political
impact of health and clinical development in the US.
He has interviewed people from across industries
(design, investment banking, the social sciences, and
information security) to get a larger picture of
institutional change that our moment of electronic
automation is struggling to address. He can be
contacted at RodneyS@sappington-associates.com.