Sarah Schutz is a first year PhD student at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania studying healthcare management and economics. Sarah’s research interests include the economics of drug markets and pharmaceutical companies and the impact of nurse practitioners/PAs on the healthcare system. She also is currently working on a paper entitled, “Consumer Response to Surprise Medical Bills in Elective Situations,” which she presented at the Southern Economic Association annual conference in 2017 and is expected for publication in early 2019.
Schutz graduated in 2015 with a BA from Barnard College. She majored in economics and statistics.