CHW Conference: What’s Next for U.S. Health Care Reform?
On November 15th-16th, 2012, the Center for Health and Wellbeing (CHW) hosted a conference on the future of U.S. health care reform. The event engaged academics and policy makers in a discussion about the most pressing issues in health reform following the November elections.
Below are videos featuring conference highlights and individual presentations. See the conference agenda for links to presentations, slides and speaker transcripts.
What’s Next for Health Care Reform?
- Mark McClellan, Brookings Institution (video, transcript)
- Uwe Reinhardt, Princeton University (presentation, video, transcript)
Moderator: Janet Currie, Princeton University
Fostering Innovation in Health Care
Health Care Access
- Katherine Baicker, Harvard School of Public Health (presentation, video, transcript)
- Helen Levy, University of Michigan (presentation, video, transcript)
Competition in Health Care Markets
Understanding America’s Health Care Agenda
- Robert Blendon, Harvard School of Public Health (presentation, video, transcript)
- Paul Starr, Princeton University (video)
- Mollyann Brodie, Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation (presentation, video, transcript)
Moderator: Heather Howard, Princeton University
The “What’s Next for U.S. Health Care Reform?” conference was sponsored by the Center for Health and Wellbeing’s Program on U.S. Health Policy, with the generous support of The Spitzer Family Program Fund for U.S. Health Policy, and The Peggy and David Tanner ’80 Fund for the Center for Health and Wellbeing.