Healthcare is big business—accounting for nearly one-fifth of the overall U.S. economy. And federal health policies often impact healthcare companies and their strategies. Understanding market trends and their implications can provide important context for policymakers.
At the 23rd annual Wall Street Comes to Washington Roundtable, Wall Street analysts—guided by health policy expert and economist Paul Ginsburg, PhD, director of the University of Southern California-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy—will discuss what the latest market developments mean for national health policy and how federal policies may affect the outlook for healthcare companies, including health plans, hospitals and physician organizations.
- Event Date
- Wednesday, November 14, 2018
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern
- Top of the Hill Conference Center
Reserve Officers Association
One Constitution Ave, N.E.,
Washington, DC 20002
Panelists will discuss broad trends shaping the healthcare system, including the impact of federal policies on healthcare markets; regulation of insurance markets; ongoing merger and acquisition trends, especially the push for vertical integration among insurers, pharmacy benefit managers, retail pharmacies and physician practices; retail provider payment reform and the growing push for risk-based payment; underlying healthcare spending and insurance premium trends; hospital consolidation and pricing; hospital-physician relations; the outlook for Medicare and Medicaid managed care; and other issues.Panel:
- Paul B. Ginsburg, PhD, Leonard Schaeffer Chair, the Brookings Institution; professor, University of Southern California; director of public policy at the USC Schaeffer Center
- Matthew Borsch, BMO Capital Markets
- Ana Gupte, PhD, Leerink Partners
- Paul Heldman, Heldman Simpson Partners, LLC
By bridging the worlds of Wall Street and Washington, the Jayne Koskinas Ted Giovanis (JKTG) Foundation for Health and Policy strives to provide a better understanding of how healthcare markets work and what changes in the healthcare system mean for people and policy.