Unfortunately at this time, we have decided to postpone this event. This reflects public health advice urging social distancing and limited participation in large public gatherings as a way to minimize the risk posed by the coronavirus (COVID-19).
On Wednesday March 18, the Kaiser Family Foundation and the National Academy for State Health Policy will hold a public forum to explore state experiences under the Affordable Care Act and how the 2020 elections could shape the future of state health reform.
The event will feature two panel discussions examining the ACA’s impact on states and potential changes on the horizon. The first panel includes officials from five states and will explore how states approached the ACA initially, what they have learned, what challenges they see on the horizon, and how they might address them. The second panel will examine the 2020 presidential candidates’ health plans and assess the opportunities and concerns for states seeking to improve access to, and affordability of, coverage and care for their residents. The forum will take place from 9:30 to Noon ET at KFF’s Barbara Jordan Conference Center in Washington DC.
Cindy Gillespie, Arkansas Health and Human Services Secretary
Ed Haislmaier, Heritage Foundation Senior Research Fellow
Peter Lee, Covered California Executive Director
Larry Levitt, KFF Executive Vice President for Health Policy
Cindy Mann, Partner at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips
Rachana Pradhan, Kaiser Health News correspondent
Trish Riley, NASHP Executive Director
Marylou Sudders, Massachusetts Health and Human Services Secretary
Molly Voris, Washington State Senior Policy Advisory for Public Health and Health Care
https://nashp.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/NASHP-Logo.png310322NASHP Staffhttps://nashp.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/NASHP-Logo.pngNASHP Staff2020-03-02 23:01:522020-03-10 14:29:45The ACA at 10: What We’ve Learned from the States and How the 2020 Elections Could Shape the Future