Jonathan Ingram, JD, is Vice President of Research at the Foundation for Government Accountability.

Before joining the FGA, Jonathan served as the director of health policy and pension reform at the Illinois Policy Institute, a non-partisan research organization dedicated to promoting personal freedom and prosperity in Illinois. Jonathan has also previously served as a staff writer and editor-in-chief for the Journal of Legal Medicine, an internationally-ranked peer-reviewed academic journal.

Jonathan’s work has earned coverage from The Wall Street Journal, the Chicago Tribune, Crain’s Chicago Business, the Washington Examiner and Fox Business News, among other media outlets.

Jonathan earned his Juris Doctor from Southern Illinois University School of Law, where he specialized in health law and policy, and his Bachelor of Science from MacMurray College. He is licensed to practice law in the State of Illinois. He and his wife Elizabeth live in Springfield, Illinois.


Recent Posts by Jonathan Ingram

The ACA’s Section 1332: Escape Hatch Or Straightjacket For Reform?

Will Section 1332 waivers be as truly transformative to our health care system? A serious, objective examination of the new Section 1332 federal guidance provides far more questions than answers for policymakers.