Monica Noether

CRA International (Boston)
Vice President

Dr. Noether specializes in antitrust analysis and other competitive issues related to the health care industry for law firms, professional associations, government agencies, and other clients. She has analyzed dozens of hospital and health plan mergers as well as competitive disputes between different players in the health care sector. She is also expert in public and private sector provider reimbursement policies. She has provided expert testimony in antitrust and reimbursement litigation, analyzing class certification, merits, and damages questions. While she is best known for her work in the health care industry, she also has broad general expertise in all aspects of antitrust analyses. She has also worked on matters involving insurance, pharmaceuticals, software, retailing, wholesale, distribution, music, soft drinks, and energy. Prior to joining CRA 17 years ago, Dr. Noether served as a managing vice president at Abt Associates, where she specialized in federal reimbursement policy for hospitals and physicians and in antitrust issues. She also spent several years at the Federal Trade Commission as a deputy assistant director in the Bureau of Economics and Commissioner Advisor.

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CRA International (Boston)
CRA International (Boston)

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Matthew P. List, Monica Noether, Sean May The US Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is entering into force and affecting the numbers of market entrants into different States’ health insurance markets

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The health insurance exchange landscape* Background A central feature of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) is the establishment of exchanges to “offer Americans competition, choice, and clout” when purchasing health insurance. These exchanges are intended to provide access to (...)

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