About
Scott Sperling, co-CEO of private-equity firm Thomas H. Lee Partners, and chairman of MassGeneralBrigham, the parent of Harvard University's teaching hospitals, joins Barron's senior managing editor Lauren R. Rublin and healthcare reporter Josh Nathan-Kazis for a discussion about healthcare innovation, investment, and policy in the post-Covid era.
When
Thu, Dec 2, 2021 · 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -5:00)
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Presenters
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Lauren Rublin
Senior Managing Editor
Lauren R. Rublin is the senior managing editor at Barron's, overseeing Roundtables and Special Projects. She previously worked in book publishing, and at Fairchild Publications and Time Inc.
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Josh Nathan-Kazis
Health-care Industry Reporter , Barron's
Josh Nathan-Kazis is a reporter at Barron's, covering the healthcare industry. He is a former staff writer at the Forward, where he investigated nonprofits, covered local and national politics, and wrote about the institutions of the American Jewish community.
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Scott Sperling
Co-Chief Executive Officer of Thomas H. Lee Partners
Scott Sperling is Co-Chief Executive Officer of Thomas H. Lee Partners, a private equity firm, and a member of the firm's Management and Investment committees. He joined THL in 1994.

Mr. Sperling’s current and prior directorships include Thermo Fisher Scientific Corp., the Madison Square Garden Company, Experian, Warner Music Group, Houghton Mifflin Co., Fisher Scientific, Agiliti, Univision Communications, Inc., iHeartMedia, Inc., Front Line Management Companies., The Learning Company, PriCellular Corp., ProcureNet, ProSiebenSat.1, Wyndham Hotels, Federal Street Acquisition Corp. and several other private companies.

Prior to joining Thomas H. Lee Partners, Mr. Sperling was, for more than a decade, managing partner of the affiliate of Harvard Management Company that managed all alternative asset classes for Harvard University’s endowment fund. Before that he was a Senior Consultant with the Boston Consulting Group.

Mr. Sperling is involved with a number of charitable and non-profit organizations. He is Chairman of MassGeneralBrigham, the Parent of the Harvard teaching hospitals, Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham & Women’s Hospital, and a number of leading specialty and community hospitals and physicians practice groups. He is Chairman Emeritus of the CitiCenter for Performing Arts and Wang Theater. He is also a member of the Harvard Business School Board of Dean’s Advisors, the Harvard University Committee on University Resources, and the Harvard Business School’s Rock Center for Entrepreneurship.

Mr. Sperling holds an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and a B.S. from Purdue University.