The Jo Ivey Boufford Page

She was an advisor to Assistant Secretary for Health Philip R. Lee during his service in the Clinton Administration, and was Acting Assistant Secretary for Health after Lee's departure until Satcher took over.

Official US DHHS biography

1979-1980 Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellowship at the Institute of Medicine. Vice President for Medical and Profession Affairs at New York City Health and Hospitals Corp. (HHC), 1982 to 1985; President of HHC from 1985 to 1989. Visiting International Fellow in Comparative Health Systems of the King's Fund College, London from 1989 to 1991, Director from 1991 to 1993. Appointed Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health, US DHHS, in 1993 (principal advisor to Assistant Secretary for Health Philip R Lee), and Acting Assistant Secretary for Health after Lee's resignation in 1997.

Boufford Official Bio, US DHHS

IOM Roundtable

Institute of Medicine Roundtable meetings in 1995 and 1996 were a summit for members of the health fascist organizations and government agencies, from which their report "Healthy Communities: New Parnerships for the Future of Public Health" was concocted. They were funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Centers for Disease Control, and the Kellogg Foundation. Members included Margaret A. Hamburg, Jo Ivey Boufford, Nancy Kaufman of RWJF, Roz Lasker, and William L. Roper. David Satcher and Kenneth I. Shine attended.

IOM Roundtable / Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

"Developing Healthy People 2010" Inaugural Meeting, 4-21-1997

Former DHHS Secretary Donna Shalala and Deputy Secretary Kevin Thurm; Boufford; former Assistant Secretaries for Health DuVal, Lee, Richmond, and Windom (Brandt, Edwards, and Mason not present); HHS Operating Division Heads including David Satcher (CDC) and Claude Earl Fox (HRSA).

Boufford appointed Dean of Graduate School of Public Service, New York University, 6-1-1997

(Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, New York University, link died.)

The Pew Trusts

Jo Ivey Boufford and the usual suspects (Roz Lasker, Philip R. Lee, Steven A. Schroeder of RWJF) served as the "Policy Experts with Whom Health and Human Services Program Staff Consulted." RWJF Vice President Paul Jellinek was also a member. Pew Trust HHS Director Maureen K. Byrnes had a 2000 budget of $41,238,000. They called this, "Public Voices, Public Choices."

1998 Carola Warburg Rothschild Award, Maternity Center Association

Carola Warburg Rothschild was President of MCA from 1951 to 1964, and had been one of Mary Lasker's fellow Directors on the Board of the Birth Control Federation of America between 1939 and 1942.

Commonwealth Fund Program Monitoring Committee

With Edwin N. Brandt Jr; Philip R. Lee; also George Lundberg, editor and chief of Medscape (May 2001); without Brandt (Jan. 2002).

Board of Directors of the United Hospital Fund of New York City, 2000

The Council on Foreign Relations

Jo Ivey Boufford was a member of the legendary Council on Foreign Relations, 2001.

The Milbank Memorial Fund

Boufford was on the Technical Board of the Milbank Memorial Fund in 2002.

Pan American Health Organization, 2002

Boufford was on the Centennial Advisory Board of the Pan American Health Organization of the WHO in 2002, along with Mohammad N. Akhter of the American Public Health Association; William H. Foege, of the CDC's "Healthy People" program; former CDC Director Jeffrey Koplan; and Timothy E. Wirth, President of Ted Turner's United Nations Foundation.

Advisory Board / Pan American Health Organization

Project HOPE, 2002

Boufford was a director of Project HOPE, which in addition to its pr front of the hospital ship also publishes the "Health Affairs" journal, which shamelessly apes the CFR's "Foreign Affairs." Other directors include AIG Chairman Maurice Greenberg and James T. Lenehan, Worldwide Chairman of Consumer Pharmaceuticals and Professional Group, and member of the Executive Committee of Johnson & Johnson (whose corporations interlock); former Surgeon General Louis W. Sullivan; and Charles A. Sanders, emeritus director of Research!America and principal of the Washington Advisory Group.

Harvard School of Public Health

Members of the Visiting Committee of the Harvard School of Public Health included Margaret A. Hamburg; Clinton administration Acting Assistant Secretary for Health Jo Ivey Boufford; Karen Davis; Steven A. Schroeder of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; and Mary Woolley of Research!America. Former Rep. Paul G. Rogers has been on the Dean's Council since 1998.

The future of the public's health, 2004

The future of the public's health: vision, values, and strategies. LO Gostin, JI Boufford, RM Martinez. Health Aff (Millwood) 2004 Jul-Aug;23(4):96-107. "This vision, much like its international counterpart, pits those advocating on behalf of an expansive public health philosophy grounded in fundamental socioeconomic and cultural transformation against critics in and outside of the public health community charging that such an ethos moves far beyond public health’s conventionally understood purview." [SIC. In fact, it's a war of cultural genocide waged by the global elites against the people, using their control of supposed health institutions to deliberately commit scientific fraud.] Claims that "The cost-effectiveness of prevention and health promotion efforts for an employer’s workforce and the value of corporate action to promote broader community health have been demonstrated," based on a 1996 paper of that infamous failure, managed care. "Recommendation 7: Public health agencies should create incentives for (and, if necessary, regulate) businesses to strengthen health promotion and disease and injury prevention for their employees and communities. Government should provide incentives through the tax code and conditional spending to encourage the private sector to engage in health-promoting activities. Monetary incentives can greatly affect corporate behavior. There is also a role for governmental regulation to ensure that businesses act responsibly. Thus, the state must strengthen regulations relating to occupational health and safety, sanitary food and living conditions, and the environment, among other areas." [Workplace health fascism.] "Recommendation 8: The media should increase the time devoted to public service announcements and contribute to a well-informed public on matters of health." [The media have engaged in a Nazi Germany-like campaign of lies, deceit and defamations for the last six decades!] "Recommendation 10: State and local governments should engage in land-use planning to encourage healthier lifestyles and habitats. Government has available numerous tools to make the physical environment more conducive to healthy living: economic incentives to encourage green spaces and recreational facilities; building and housing codes to reduce toxic exposures; zoning to increase availability of wholesome foods and products; and school requirements to serve healthy foods and promote exercise among students."[Tear down neighborhoods to destroy the peoples' social fabric; gigantic tax-funded handouts to the health fascists' cronies; war of cultural genocide by regulations, as in smoking bans.] "As the main proponent of population health in society, the public health community must call attention to the "upstream" causes of morbidity and premature death and must propose a broad range of social, economic, and behavioral tools needed to make populations healthier," citing J. Michael McGinnis, a charlatan who is guilty of the most flagrant scientific frauds who is treated like God by the so-called "public health community."

Gostin 2004 / Health Affairs 2004 full article

The Trust for America’s Health (TFAH) and The New York Academy of Medicine (NYAM) released a specious compendium of supposedly "proven" community health fascism programs. This featured the Pawtucket Heart Health Program, a mass media campaign and community programs inflicted on 71,000 hapless pawns, which purported to find that "Five years into the intervention, the risks for cardiovascular disease and coronary heart disease had decreased by 16 percent among members of the randomly selected intervention population." This and the other worthless programs hype their supposed impact on the basis of a priori presumptions, rather than measuring any actual reduction in events. They also ignore the fact that heart disease death rates have fallen steadily since 1961, and at the same rate among smokers as among non-smokers. The whole lot of those studies put together don't equal the government's $625 million randomized controlled dietary modification trial on 165,000 women, which found no effects of fruits and vegetables or reduction in fats on cardiovascular disease. (The Compendium of Proven Community-Based Prevention Programs. TFAH, Sep. 2009.)

The Compendium of Proven Community-Based Prevention Programs / TFAH

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