Dr. Tevi Troy
Tevi Troy is Founder and President of the American Health Policy Institute and previously served as Senior Fellow at Hudson Institute. He is the author of the best-selling “What Jefferson Read, Ike Watched, and Obama Tweeted: 200 Years of Popular Culture in the White House.” As Deputy Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services during the George W. Bush Administration, Dr. Troy led the largest civilian department in the federal government, overseeing Medicare, Medicaid, food and drug safety, disease prevention, and other government programs. He also served as Deputy Assistant and then Acting Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy, and as the White House Jewish liaison.
Dr. Troy has a B.S. in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University and an M.A and Ph.D. in American Civilization from the University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Troy lives in Maryland with his wife Kami and four children.
From the beginning, 2020 was an extremely consequential year in a multitude of ways, but perhaps none more so than in health care. This traumatic and upheaval-filled year taught U.S. a great deal about the state of American health care, where its vulnerabilities are, where its strengths are, and where it might be going. We […]
Presidential historian and JPC Fellow Tevi Troy recently wrote, “Israel has been a battleground for staff in presidential administrations, especially those run by Democrats… Looking back at the history dating to its founding in 1948, one can plausibly argue that Israel has been better off with Democratic fractiousness than with harmony.” He will tell us […]
I admit it. I read Appendix II first, and I’m pretty sure you will too. When the book is subtitled “Rivalries in the White House from Truman to Trump” and the Appendix is called “White House Nicknames,” you have to go there. You will be rewarded. Hamas, Yoda, Keyser Soze, Nurse Ratched, Fat Kraut, and GK […]