Benjamin Isgur leads PwC’s Health Research Institute, which provides intelligence, perspective and analysis on major health-related business issues. He also consults with healthcare systems, trade associations and policy groups on strategic planning, industry intelligence and trends.
Isgur is a published writer, and his research is often cited by health leaders across the industry. In addition, he frequently speaks on a range of topics, including physician-hospital alignment, government policy, medical cost trends, consumerism, academic medicine and digital health. Prior to joining PwC he developed health policy as a legislative director in the Texas House of Representatives and as a government relations officer for the City of Austin.
He received a master’s degree from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin, where he was a U.S. Department of Defense fellow.