Framework for analyzing election scenarios and how major health policy issues may be impacted...

The 2020 presidential election is bringing renewed energy to the national conversation about health care, and what role government should play in health coverage and finance.  Policy makers are moving swiftly and setting the pace for change - some through efforts to advance sweeping public payer innovations, other by building on existing systems.  Our federal and state experts have developed a framework for analyzing election scenarios and how major health policy issues may be impacted by different scenarios.  This session will provide insight into what the election may mean for health care and those who must lead through uncertainty.   


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Governor Michael O. Leavitt

Former Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; 3-term Governor of Utah; Co-Chair of the Financial Review Panel for the Global Fund (View Bio)

Jennifer Colamonico
Senior Director, Health Intelligence Partners

Spent 12 years at Nielsen Healthcare as a senior business consultant, and subject matter expert providing market research and insights to health care businesses (View Bio)

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Former Chief Health Counsel for Chairman Fred Upton of the U.S. House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee (View Bio)

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Josh Trent

Served as Chief Health Counsel for Chairman Greg Walden of the Committee on Energy and Commerce of the U.S. House of Representatives (View Bio) 

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Ian Morrison
Advisor to Leavitt Partners

A futurist specializing in long-term forecasting and planning with particular emphasis on health care and the changing business environment. (View Bio)

Kim Slocum
Kim Slocum
Advisor to Leavitt Partners

President of KDS Consulting, a business consultant and frequent speaker on issues related to the future of health care, the pharmaceutical industry, and health care information technology (View Bio)