On Tuesday, November 8, the Aspen Health Stewardship Project will convene a day-long conference in Raleigh to highlight local solutions to national health care problems.
It will feature local and national experts discussing:
- The North Carolina Way: Successful Healthcare Models from Main Street
- Healthcare Reform and Its Impact on State and Local Government
- Challenges of the Affordable Care Act on Constituent Services: Health Systems & Health Plans; Providers and Community Organizations
- Tarheel Businesses and Healthcare: A Strained Relationship?
Confirmed speakers include:
- U.S. Rep. David Price
- Dan Buettner, Author, “Blue Zones”
- Secretary Lanier Cansler, NC Department of Health and Human Services
- Rebecca Chater, Kerr Health
- Candace DeMatteis, PFCD
- Allen Dobson, Community Care North Carolina
- Victor J. Dzau, Duke University
- Jon Easter, GlaxoSmithKline
- Paul Goldbeck, Aon Hewitt
- Clifford Goodman, The Lewin Group
- Franmarie Kennedy, The Aspen Institute
- John Miall, Miall Consulting
- Maureen O’Conner, BlueCross/BlueShield of NC
- Kavita Patel, The Brookings Institution
- Ronald Paulus, Mission Health System
- Betsy Vetter, American Heart Association
- Jack Walker, State Health Plan for Teachers and State Employees
The Aspen Health Stewardship Project was founded in 2007 to seek to inform the national conversation on health care reform as well as related policymaking. Its mission is to identify the root causes of the nation’s broken health care system and to present enduring solutions with the ultimate goal of improving the health of the American people.
Space is limited, so register today. Lunch will be provided.