Please join us on Wednesday, December 13 for a 90 minute webinar starting at 10 a.m. Pacific/1 p.m. Eastern as a panel of experts discuss the most important healthcare topics in 2023 and present a preview of events in 2024.
- Live Webinar: $249
- Live Webinar and Video Recording: $349
The year 2023 brought many changes to the U.S. healthcare landscape: Millions were disenrolled from Medicaid after the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency. Artificial intelligence and machine learning are beginning to be employed by providers and payers. After years of being relatively flat, healthcare premiums began rising significantly again. No-cost preventative care under the Affordable Care Act came under legal threat.
Meanwhile, 2024 raises many questions: Will the overall uninsured rate rise due to the Medicaid unwinding? Is telemedicine here to stay, and if so, how will it be tweaked for the long-term? How will the Kaiser-Geisinger Health merger pan out? What new changes will be brought to the reproductive healthcare landscape change? And perhaps the most important question: How will the results of the presidential election shape healthcare policy?
Speakers: Molly Smith, Group Vice President for Policy, American Hospital Association and Ron Shinkman, Healthcare Journalist (Please see full bios below)
- Understanding the most significant healthcare events of 2023 and their longer-term impacts
- What 2024 may potentially bring in advancements, creativity and possible chaos
- How to best prepare your institution moving forward
- Hospital Executives
- Healthcare System Executives
- Health Plan Executives
- Physicians and Physician Executives
- Public Policy Leaders
- Healthcare System Executives
- Patient and Consumer Advocates
Group Vice President for Policy, American Hospital Association
In her role at the American Hospital Association, Molly helps set the organization’s overall policy priorities to support patient access to quality hospital and health system services. Her work spans the full range of healthcare policy issues impacting hospitals. She also focuses much of her efforts on public and private coverage, including issues such as achieving universal coverage, improving how insurance functions, advancing meaningful transparency, and improving patients’ financial experience of care. Molly has previously worked as a policy and business strategy consultant with Manatt Health and began her career at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
Ron Shinkman has written about the business of healthcare since the reform efforts initiated by the Clinton administration. He served as West Coast Bureau Chief for Modern Healthcare, and has contributed articles to innumerable other publications over the years. His reporting on dialysis care for the New England Journal of Medicine was used as the basis of a long segment on John Oliver's HBO show "Last Week Tonight." Ron is currently a senior editor with Health Payer Specialist, a Financial Times-affiliated publication that covers the health insurance sector.
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