Maggie Mahar is an American journalist and author specializing in public policy related to healthcare.
Mahar started her career as a professor of 19th and 20th-century English literature at Yale. She was then a financial journalist at Barron’s and The New York Times before focusing on healthcare policies. She is the author of Money-Driven Medicine: The Real Reason HealthCare Costs So Much (2006,) which was made into a documentary.
Men resist randomness, [stock] markets resist prophecy.