Event Recap: High U.S. Healthcare Costs: What Might Congress Do?

Advertisements
April 16, 2019
5973 Views

Above: Confused efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act wasted nearly a decade, says Doug Elmendorf (Harvard Kennedy School and former director of Congressional Budget Office Director). 

High U.S. Healthcare Costs: What Might Congress Do? Presented jointly with POLITICO LLC April 4, 2019. See brief video clips.

“Medicare for All” will not be possible without unpopular compromises on cost or care, says Katherine Baicker (University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy).

“Medicare for All” will not be possible without unpopular compromises on cost or care, says Katherine Baicker (University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy).

Policymakers should focus on spending, not prices, to bring health care costs under control, says Stuart Altman (Brandeis University).

Led by moderator Joanne Kenen (POLITICO), panelists Stuart Altman (Brandeis University), Katherine Baicker (University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy), Douglas Elmendorf (Harvard Kennedy School), and Bob Blendon (Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Harvard Kennedy School) share closing thoughts on how to reduce health care costs and make care more accessible.

Advertisements

You may be interested

Yusuf Hawkins: Storm Over Brooklyn 
Entertainment
89 views
Entertainment
89 views

Yusuf Hawkins: Storm Over Brooklyn 

International_d - August 12, 2020

  [su_youtube url="https://youtu.be/4-BCcFZ4i2g"]   Directed by Muta’Ali Muhammad (Life’s Essentials with Ruby Dee) the film Yusuf Hawkins: Storm Over Brooklyn tells the…

Cool Me Down (Feat. Wizkid)
Music
472 views
Music
472 views

Cool Me Down (Feat. Wizkid)

AM - July 31, 2020

New Music Cool Me Down

Workplace Safety Has a Whole New Meaning in the COVID-19 Era
Culture
476 views
Culture
476 views

Workplace Safety Has a Whole New Meaning in the COVID-19 Era

Editorial Dept - July 18, 2020

Workplace safety is no joke. And now that we have COVID-19 to worry about, there is an entirely new emphasis…


    %d bloggers like this: