Jim's television credits include On the Record with Greta Van Susteren, ABC's Good Morning America, CNBC's Bullseye and Power Lunch, and multiple appearances on the Fox Business Channel.  He also has appeared on countless radio shows, including NPR's The Diane Rehm Show, All Things Considered, and On Point. He was a guest on the Kaiser Family Foundation's Ask the Experts. He edited the book Stop Paying the Crooks, and with Newt Gingrich, he co-authored Chapter 16, Solutions for Stopping Health Care Fraud, in the 2010 New York Times best seller To Save America. Jim's work has also appeared in RealClearPoliticsRoll CallThe HillAtlanta Journal-Constitution, and the Florida SunSentinel.  He has also been cited in Donald Trump’s bookThe America We Deserve, The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, USA Today, and on The Rush Limbaugh Show.  His work on fighting health care fraud was even discussed on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.​
Prior to co-founding FrogueClark, Jim was for six years the vice president and director of state policy for Newt Gingrich's Center for Health Transformation.  Prior to that, he spent three years as the director of the Health and Human Services Task Force at the American Legislative Exchange Council.  He has served three members of Congress, most recently as legislative director for Congresswoman Kay Granger of Texas.  He also spent two years as the health care policy analyst at the Heritage Foundation. Jim holds a M.Phil. from Cambridge and a B.A. with honors from the University of Southern California.

Jim Frogue

Jim Frogue is a partner and co-founder of FrogueClark. He is a nationally recognized health policy expert with over 20 years of experience in the government, non-profit, and for-profit sectors. His areas of expertise include Medicaid, fraud prevention, health insurance, and information transparency. He has played a lead role in securing over $1 billion in contracts for clients since 2010. 

During the 2016 election cycle, Jim was the senior health policy advisor to the Trump for President campaign, spending three months at the campaign headquarters in Trump Tower in New York City. He has served as an expert witness before Congress on three occasions, appearing before the House Committee on the Judiciary, the Senate Special Committee on Aging, and the House Committee on Energy and Commerce. He has also testified to state legislatures in Florida, Georgia, Missouri, Ohio, Texas, Colorado, Kansas, and Alaska.  He has given hundreds of speeches in 40 states across the country, including to the Republican Governors Association, the Harvard School of Public Health, the John F. Kennedy School of Government, the Western Governors Association, the National Conference of State Legislatures, the Conference of Western Attorneys General, the Alliance for Health Reform, and the Congressional Health Care Caucus.