Dr. Joseph P. Fuhr, Jr. is professor emeritus of economics at Widener University. He is also affiliated with Johns Hopkins University, College of Population Health Thomas Jefferson University and University of Sciences. He currently serves as a senior fellow with The American Consumer Institute and Ambassador for the Internet Innovation Alliance. Dr. Fuhr received his M.A. and Ph.D. from Temple University and his B.A. from LaSalle University. His primary research areas are antitrust, health economics, pharmacoeconomics, telecommunications and sports economics. In healthcare, he has written on ACOs, hospital mergers, specialty hospitals, exclusive arrangements, health insurance, bundling and doctor’s fees. In pharmacoeconomics, he has written on cost benefit analysis, biosimilars and predictive modeling. He has published more than 60 journal articles. He has taught graduate classes in health economics, pharmacoeconomics and pharmaceutical ethics. Dr. Fuhr has been an expert witness on numerous cases and has worked on various consulting projects.