Brook Getachew

Brook supports clients with evidence-based research and analysis that spans healthcare sectors and stakeholders, contributing to the development of client analysis and insights.

Brook’s experience covers research and internship positions, including a study on the impact of tobacco advertising that tracked and analyzed social media interactions and coinciding market trends. At Free At Last: Community Recovery and Rehabilitation, she created and delivered HIV/AIDS training for internal delivery, wrote grant proposals, and produced material for the organization’s website. Additionally, as a leader in the Health Advocacy Program, she developed interactive lesson plans on nutrition for elementary-school-aged children and researched healthy food alternatives for low-income children.

Brook has a BA in human biology from Stanford University.

Authored Content

Prescription drugs are dispensed to patients through a complex supply chain that involves a broad array of entities, contract arrangements, and payments. The following diagram outlines how a typical prescription drug may flow through the drug supply chain.

On March 2, the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) announced that it will review an appeal of the 5th Circuit Court of Appeal’s decision in Texas v. Azar regarding the legality of the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA’s) individual mandate and other provisions.